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The ones I had could use the Shimano BB tool, not sure if it's the same as the Praxis one though.
Le mar. 7 sept. 2021 à 13:35, Daniel Hobe <ho...@gmail.com> a écrit :> I have a bearing press and bearing drift set that I've used for my Praxis BBs.this might be the easier? pop the bearings out of the cups rather than removing/replacing the cups?
The ones I had could use the Shimano BB tool, not sure if it's the same as the Praxis one though.russ's links were to the oversized ones (think external bb30 vs shimano 24). i've got something that might work, but i didn't realize that even these have proliferated in number since i got mine a few years ago. it's dual-sided so it might magically work, but i'd have to check the pattern when i get home.\p
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Yeah, Praxis went for proprietary, though not sure why. If you have their 12 tab, that would be helpful, but it's only $25 if you don't.
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