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Park Tool ISIS/Octalink Crank Puller - CCP-44C

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Item # PAR0059

Pull cranks like a pro.

Service your BB or replace chainrings with the Park Tools ISIS/Octalink Crank Puller. Park Tool treats your hand to a comfy rubber-coated handle; while a rotating tip reduces binding and fine 22x1mm threading provides smooth, effortless crank pulling.

  • For ISIS Drive or Shimano Octalink cranksets

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Yes, it's a crank puller

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is one of those things that you don't know you need until you need it, and you really need this specific one, then you might never use it again. This tool is for ISIS/Octalink Cranks only so make sure that you get the right one. Does a good job of getting the crank off there which is something you don't have to do to often. Nice and small so it won't take up a lot of room in your tool box until one of your buddies needs to borrow it.

Matthew Pizza
Expert Gearhead

This is a crank pull and it pulls cranks

    My crank was pull by this. I am satisfied. Getting one with a handle seems a little unnecessary since you can just get one with a hex adapter instead.

    Need it tool for maintenance

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you want to repair and give the maintenance need it to your bikes by yourself, you need this tool. Very handy, easy to use and great Park Tools quality. One of the most have tool for home maintenance and repair. Be careful on the threading.

    If you need one, get one!

      Ohai. Nice tool for a decent price. As everyone says, the key is making sure it's threaded well in before you start cranking. It operates smoothly as long as you don't try to rush it. I used it to pull apart a beautiful FSA gossamer crankset that I'm cannibalizing for my single-speed hill bomber project and now I wish I had more excuses to break out the tool. It's a pleasure to use and it's highly effective. That's all I have to say about that.