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  • Park Tool BBT-22 Shimano Sealed Cartridge Bottom Bracket Tool
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Park Tool BBT-22 Shimano Sealed Cartridge Bottom Bracket Tool


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  • The BBT-22 is a shop quality tool for installing and removing Shimano® and ISIS Drive® splined 20-tooth bottom bracket cups.
  • Made from investment cast steel, the BBT-22 utilizes a flat tooth profile to ensure maximum engagement with the bottom bracket cup.
  • Can be used with a 3/8" drive torque wrench, 3/8" ratchet driver, 32mm wrench, FRW-1 Freewheel Remover Wrench, or 1" wrench
  • The BBT-22 is an updated version of the current BBT-2.
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Park Tool BBT-22 Shimano Sealed Cartridge Bottom Bracket Tool + Park Tool Crank Puller for Square Taper Cranks
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Product Description

The BBT-22 is a shop quality tool for installing and removing Shimano® and ISIS Drive® splined 20-tooth bottom bracket cups. Made from investment cast steel, the BBT-22 utilizes a flat tooth profile to ensure maximum engagement with the bottom bracket cup. Can be used with a 3/8” drive torque wrench, 3/8” ratchet driver, 32mm wrench, FRW-1 Freewheel Remover Wrench, or 1” wrench.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 3.2 x 1.5 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001A0AIAG
  • Item model number: BBT-22
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,332 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Well made tool.
TobycW
You will also need a wrench to fit on the nut end of this tool.
Louis Mauriello
Fits all those Shimano sealed-cartridge bottom brackets.
Curtis Loew

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Two Wheels on June 14, 2009
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Park Tool is widely regarded as the best bicycle-specific tool maker. This bottom bracket tool, essentially the socket end of a 1/2" drive socket wrench, makes it easy to see why. It's splined to fit Shimano sealed cartridge bottom brackets, just like a very similar socket I have from another manufacturer. The crucial differences are two: fit and contour. The tool snaps very precisely on to the bottom bracket, making easier work of a removal job that can be difficult due to overtightening or seized threads. Just as importantly, the top of the socket is contoured so that if the drive handle is providing insufficient leverage to do the job, one can fit a box end or open end wrench over the hex-shaped top of the socket. This makes possible the "desperation method," in which the socket must actually be bolted to the spindle of the bottom bracket and then turned a little at a time (often with much swearing, cheater pipes, etc). In the "seriously desperate" version of the desperation method, the tool can be bolted to the bottom bracket spindle and then clamped into a vice, with the entire frame being turned as a lever to move the seized threads. The shape of this tool makes that clamping possible.

If you have to do this, make sure to treat yourself to a beer or similar reward afterward. But with this tool, you can! If you're blessed not to need that method, this tool will work exactly as it should anyway, and for years to come.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Dickens on January 19, 2011
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Used this Park Tool BBT-22 to remove the bottom bracket (Shimano square taper) from my 1996 Specialized Allez. After 14 years it was about time to replace it! There is EXCELLENT instructional material at Park Tools website on how to do this.
First, remove the cranks. No easy task. The local bike store could not do it, they have the Park Tool crank puller. They took out the 8mm bolt that holds on the crank and then used the crank puller but instead of the crank coming off, it stripped the threads. So they gave up. So I bought a big 8mm allen wrench and removed the crank bolts (with the help of a friend), removed the pedals, dropped the chain off the smallest chain wheel (granny gear) to let it rest on the BB, removed the chain wheels, removed the bike wheels and then ... take a short length of about 1 1/2 inch galvanized pipe fixed horizontally in a decent sized bench vise, with the vise rotated so that person (a) (me) can hold the bike frame with the crank arm inserted into the pipe, and so that person (b) (the biggest guy you can find) can place a good sturdy punch down into the spindle (through the hole where the crank bolt was), hold the punch steady in a vise grip wrench, and whack it with a large (note, LARGE) hammer! Applying heat with a propane torch as needed. Not sure if the heat helps, but it might make you feel better! One crank (non-drive side) came off easiest. Drive side took a larger hammer and more determination. Eye and ear protection is needed.
In the above exercise, MAKE SURE you do not ruin the spindle threads because you will need them in the next step. Get a punch that is just right. Too big and you will ruin the threads, too small and you will bend the punch. Do not ask me how I know this.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ronald R. Riesbeck on June 27, 2011
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My set of Park Tools is growing. I feel they are the best on the market. I have had a pedal creak on each down stroke. Just drove me nuts. New pedals...new crank arms........nothing. I bought this BBT-22 and it fit into my BB perfectly. I used two drops of red Lock Tight and the problem is over. I have 300 miles on the bike now and its QUIET.
Just another good Park Tool to have in the box. Perfect.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By p-trek on October 13, 2012
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This is a must have tool for bottom bracket removal/installation. Had no problem installing the new part on my bike, but it did not work very well to remove my broken part. I suspect it may be the fault of the inferior bottom bracket that was originally installed on my bike. Good tool though and I couldn't do the job without.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By nick on August 15, 2012
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It was cheap. The tool works. What else is there to say? I used the tool with a regular crescent wrench so no need for any adapters, unless you need to get a specific torque measurement.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By 10thmountainman on March 2, 2012
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okay, so sometimes it seems like tools cost too much, well a lot of times they are worth it cause you save money by doing it yourself. Park makes tools you only buy once and if you are like me and have 2 or 3 bikes to maintain(family man)then spend the money to get quality tools. this tool makes it easy to take out and install the BB. this tool likes to tilt when you apply pressure, just because of it's length. my 2 cents, only work on your bike when you have time and are not in a big hurry, it will save you in the long run
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. King on February 8, 2012
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Quality that makes you smile when you touch it. Sensible, and thoughtfully designed. You can run a bolt into your axle through this tool, if you need a rigid, unslippable fit for a tough. seized bottom bracket. Then clamp the BB tool in a vise and turn the frame. Or use a long extension pipe on your heavy-duty socket wrench. This tool will hold with such a tight fit, that you will have less stress points to cause the bracket ring to mangle or strip. Good tools are worth 10 times what they cost.
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