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This cable puller is what I use in the shop, and it gets the job done.
I use it for maintaining tension on bicycle cables while installing brakes and derailleurs, and it also does a great job of tightening zip ties.
Very well made with a good chrome type finish, appears to be of same design as Park Tool.
Tried it on cable ties. You have to get it positioned just right for it to work. Will likely add padding to the grips, they are not very comfortable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike
Out of disparation, I bought this tool and it worked for a couple of simple jobs, but eventually failed for more complex jobs. Read morePublished 2 months ago by alayton
I love having a 4th hand tool available, and the Pedro's model definitely functions well.
I use it for maintaining tension on bicycle cables while installing brakes and... Read more
Very good tool for getting your cable tension right a must have In your tool box--came In handy on my
first try at changing cables & housings --worked great--
This tool works great. The technique for grabbing the cable before tensioning it takes a little practice, but that's true for all of the comparable tools. Read morePublished 3 months ago by VW
While it's possible to adjust brakes with no special tools, this certainly makes the job easier. Nice tool for the price.Published 6 months ago by R Man
WOW. I have a couple of bikes with disk brakes and changing brake pads has always been an occasion for polishing my cussing skills while struggling to properly set up the tension... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Drewskers
This device made easy work in adjusting the brake cable tension. It is easy to use and saved a lot of time in adjusting the brakes on two different style bikes that I had changed... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Joseph Alexander Dolph
i used to fight with needle nose pliers and an allen wrench to get the correct tension on brakes and derailleurs......until i got this thing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer