Nashbar Crank Extractor

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Nashbar Crank Extractor
Nashbar's improved pro quality crank extractor comes with an angled handle for improved leverage and a rubberized grip for easy handling.
  • Built-in stopper for Octalink/ISIS style bottom brackets
  • Compatible with square-taper spindles too
Nashbar Crank Extractor
  • MFPARTNUMBER SUPERB 6480
  • MATERIAL Rubber grip
  • Rating 3

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Nashbar Crank Extractor
 
3.2

(based on 5 reviews)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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        4.0

        good for the light use I plan to give it

        By Jim

        from Westchester County, New York

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy to grip
        • Nicely made

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Nashbar Crank Extractor:

            I have the Park Tool universal compact crank puller, but couldn't resist this one when it went on sale. I used it on a new bike I purchased from Nashbar, so I didn't need to apply much torque to remove the crank arms. It did the job well, was easy to use, looks nicely made, and didn't come apart on me. Pretty much an essential tool to have on hand when you need to replace, repack, or just tighten up your bottom bracket. I also bought the Nashbar cartridge BB tool, which also worked out well.

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            1.0

            Snapped like a twig

            By Keith98058

            from Renton, WA

            About Me Avid Cyclist

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            Pros

              Cons

              • Flimsy Design

              Best Uses

                Comments about Nashbar Crank Extractor:

                Perhaps it was just machined wrong compared to other reviews, but on the first try for crank arm removal mine snapped in two. Perhaps the metal was brittle or stress cracked for whatever reason?

                I borrowed another wrench from a friend and removed my crank arm with ease. I will have to buy another one and try again.

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                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                4.0

                Works well

                By Toe

                from Honolulu, HI

                About Me Avid Cyclist

                Verified Reviewer

                Pros

                • Durable

                Cons

                • Short handle

                Best Uses

                • Mountain Biking
                • Road Biking

                Comments about Nashbar Crank Extractor:

                Don't know what press fitting other guy had problem with? Rubber on handle will slip off if you don't adjust your position, but knowing that I have never experienced a slip off. Have used it 'bout a dozen times and it sure beats a torch and hammer...

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                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                4.0

                Its cheap and it works

                By squeaky Mcwheels

                from San Jose, CA

                About Me Avid Cyclist

                Verified Reviewer

                Pros

                • Works on square taper

                Cons

                • Rubber grip slips off

                Best Uses

                • Mountain Biking

                Comments about Nashbar Crank Extractor:

                The metal fittings are solid and it does get the job done. The handle is shorter than I'd like so it takes some muscling. The price and quality is right for personal use.

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                (10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                3.0

                It Does the Job

                By Terry the Terrible

                from Niceville, FL

                Pros

                • Can be reassembled
                • Inexpensive
                • It works
                • Removes crank easily

                Cons

                • Falls apart after use
                • Press-fit parts

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                  Comments about Nashbar Crank Extractor:

                  It works well, but press-fit parts come apart after each use. Fortunately, they can be easily reassembled for the next use.

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