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Suspension and steering tools designed specifically to make the job easier.
Larry in TX
Let me preface this by saying, the tool works awesome. Hands down. It literally took me longer to unpackage and do the little assembly to the tool then it did to remove the lower steering stem bearing using the tool. It works flawless. Much better then trying to pry it off with screwdrivers or cut it apart with a Dremel... It is a bit pricey, but mainly, I was disappointed that it didn't include a case for the price paid. But it was a mild disappointment, and I'm glad to have it and the frustration it saved me from having to hack the job out...Read All Reviews
Donald in AZ
This does what it needs to in order to get the cartridge out, as well as loosen the top cap. It is not as nice as the socket driven tools, nor is there a way to apply a torque wrench when tightening. Not really a big deal for the home mechanic so long as you have some idea of how tight things should be. If I were paid, and had the liability, to work on someone else's fork I would step up to a socket type tool. If you are not pulling the bars off the bike you will not be able to hold onto the uppers for the initial loosening or final tightening. Get a decent rubber strap wrench, or if you happen to have a spare triple clamp crown handy that would help. I found breaking the seal of the cartridge first, followed by the main cap was a good method. Different forks will require different technique. Good bank for the buck for home use, but not recommended for shop work.Read All Reviews