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Re: Bike tool set

Post by LewTwo » Dec 26, 2017 12:01 pm

tomjasz wrote:
Dec 26, 2017 6:05 am
cyan333 wrote:
Dec 25, 2017 2:27 am
I brought a tool set from BMSB before, I think they are in good quality. At least I like it. :)

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This one. But I am not sure if you like it or not.
If t works for you! But damn their shipping costs!
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Word of Warning... Re: Park Tools

Post by Papa » Dec 27, 2017 3:08 am

A bike tech neighbor handed me, what was clearly labeled, a "Park" chain pin press - very similar to my Park CT-3 in size, shape & satan black color, but it was cast aluminum and the labeling was different. It states, "Park Tool Co.", and nothing else. My genuine article states, "Park Tool CT-3 USA". Now I'm not what you'd call a Park tool fanboy, but I have collected my share of Parks over the years... and when I started sifting through them... NOT a single one was labeled "Park Tool Co." Not cone wrenches, not bb tools, not truing stands, not frame alignment tools, not even the small set of Park spoke nipple wrenches. All of my genuine Parks have "Park Tool", the P/N, and "USA".
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