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Got some tools in the mail today!
#41
(03-19-2010, 08:19 PM)Bill Wrote:  So you didn't crap all over my tool. If you did you would have to clean it off.

Good one Bill. I had the same TM-1 for a couple years before my brother brought over the FSA when we built his wheels. I guess we did ok, because he hasn't said a word about the wheels or the tension meter since.

If he had never brought it over I'd probably still be using the Park today.
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#42
Ok I got some tools in the mail today! Pictures not in the order listed...
Park CLG-1 (chain alignment guide)
Park HHP-1 headset press (had the HHP-3 wanted better one)
Park CT-2 Plier Type Chain Tool
Park TNS-1 (Starnut setter)
Park Older AV-1 Axle Vise
Shimano Derailler Hanger Alignment tool (NICE)
CC-1 Chain Checker (Predecessor to the CC-2)
Park SG-6 threadless fork cutting guide
Park Frame and Fork End Alignment Gauge Set
HG Chain breaker
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#43
My oh my Bill...You've gone Park crazy!Big Grin

Question: Does the star nut setter work with 1.5" steerer tubes?
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#44
(04-09-2010, 08:01 PM)jr14 Wrote:  My oh my Bill...You've gone Park crazy!Big Grin

Question: Does the star nut setter work with 1.5" steerer tubes?

Hehe yeah just a little, as far as the 1.5" I am not sure here is an article that I started to read haven't got to the end but you can read too.

http://www.parktool.com/repair/readhowto.asp?id=67
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#45
Dang...Just read the description on Park's site...It only does 1" and 1 1/8" steerers...Too bad... I got a bunch of folks with 1.5" steerers...Looks like its the good old deep socket method for me...Big Grin
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#46
(04-09-2010, 11:22 PM)jr14 Wrote:  Dang...Just read the description on Park's site...It only does 1" and 1 1/8" steerers...Too bad... I got a bunch of folks with 1.5" steerers...Looks like its the good old deep socket method for me...Big Grin

Actually here ya go the TNS-15 designed specifically for the 1.5 ....
http://www.parktool.com/products/detail.asp?cat=51&item=TNS-15

Good article though
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#47
(04-09-2010, 11:36 PM)Bill Wrote:  
(04-09-2010, 11:22 PM)jr14 Wrote:  Dang...Just read the description on Park's site...It only does 1" and 1 1/8" steerers...Too bad... I got a bunch of folks with 1.5" steerers...Looks like its the good old deep socket method for me...Big Grin

Actually here ya go the TNS-15 designed specifically for the 1.5 ....
http://www.parktool.com/products/detail.asp?cat=51&item=TNS-15

Good article though

I think its kinda BS that Park makes 2 separate tools when they could make one. I guess they have to make their money somehow. Oh wait, they DO make a tool for all steerer tube sizes.

http://www.parktool.com/images/products/productimages/spr_HMR-2_001_200722_44414.jpg
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#48
(04-10-2010, 06:30 AM)jr14 Wrote:  
(04-09-2010, 11:36 PM)Bill Wrote:  
(04-09-2010, 11:22 PM)jr14 Wrote:  Dang...Just read the description on Park's site...It only does 1" and 1 1/8" steerers...Too bad... I got a bunch of folks with 1.5" steerers...Looks like its the good old deep socket method for me...Big Grin

Actually here ya go the TNS-15 designed specifically for the 1.5 ....
http://www.parktool.com/products/detail.asp?cat=51&item=TNS-15

Good article though

I think its kinda BS that Park makes 2 separate tools when they could make one. I guess they have to make their money somehow. Oh wait, they DO make a tool for all steerer tube sizes.

http://www.parktool.com/images/products/productimages/spr_HMR-2_001_200722_44414.jpg

Hahahahaha! Guess you would be right on that. Serious though if they made one with two different adapters would be really cool, we ought to write them as a wishlist thingy. Maybe good ole Calvin will put something together Big Grin .
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#49
Just got some new cable cutters today. They are so NICE!! oh thank god I don't have to cut one more cable with regular wire cutters. I got the PARK CN-10's. I cut a small section of cable up several times just for fun, it works fantastic.
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#50
Jordan are those the CN-10? If so do they cut equally well?
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#51
Yeah they are the CN-10. Bill they work great. It's one of those things where you can't imagine how you did it before. I used to use plain old wire snips. They cut cables and housings like butter. It's similar to the first time I was able to work with my bike stand, finally getting those bikes up off the floor.
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#52
I recently picked up a fairly cheap pair from Parkers: http://www.parkersofbolton.co.uk/p-705-parkers-cable-cutters-snips.aspx. Other than the colour of the handles and the logos, they look identical to those branded as Pedro's and a few others costing considerably more. I've used them a few times and cutting cable inners and outers is virtually effortless and they leave really clean, tidy ends.
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#53
Sweet to know! I may get a pair cos the ones I have now are used and they are showing it! So make a long story short looks like I need a new tool. Thanks for sharing.
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#54
I got some awesome new tools in the past few days. I got the HHP-3 headset press. I also got the TS-8 truing stand. Oh I also got the BBT-9 for my new bottom bracket.
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#55
Awesome addition, you won't go wrong with the HHP-3 because it does have a smooth and quite even compression for the cups. It works pretty good on the bottom bracket too Smile . Now for the TS-8 hehe that's a very sweet investment, trying to think if it has the option for the gauges? At any rate awesome. Building up a great collection of tools congrats.
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#56
Thanks, I'm able to do more and more repairs myself. I can pretty much do all major repairs myself now aside from refacing, welding, straightening frames.
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#57
Check this out. I just got the MLP-1's I needed these so bad yesterday that I had to pick some up this afternoon.
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#58
(09-18-2010, 05:29 PM)Jordan300 Wrote:  Check this out. I just got the MLP-1's I needed these so bad yesterday that I had to pick some up this afternoon.

Hey Jordan where did you get the MLP-1 from ?

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#59
I got it from my LBS, it was only $1 more than in eBay. It was an impulse buy. usually I order most of my tools
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#60
(09-19-2010, 05:14 PM)Jordan300 Wrote:  I got it from my LBS, it was only $1 more than in eBay. It was an impulse buy. usually I order most of my tools

Thanks

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if you don't mind it doesn't matter

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