Two years in the making, this chain tool is built to stand the test of time. The threaded body and lead screw are made from cro-moly and receive a low friction powder vapor deposition (PVD) coating to give it a silky feel you've never felt in a chain tool before. Large handles ensure ease of use with any chain. The freely rotating pin is made from a shock rated tool steel and will likely last as long as the rest of the tool. The chain tool comes with a spare chain pin in the handle and they are cross-compatible with Shimano and Campagnolo pins. The greatest part of the chain tool has to be the interchangeable mid plate. The saddled part that holds the chain in position can be swapped to work with nearly anything the industry comes out with. This ensures that your investment won't become obsolete when company "X" comes out with an 18-speed cassette in 20 years. The tool also peens Campagnolo 11 and 12 speed chains to factory specs using a backstop that threads into the backside of the tool as a stop. Compatible with 9-12 speed chain, including the new 12-speed chains from Campagnolo and Shimano's XTR 9100.
This dishing gauge is fully machined from big billets of aluminum to a final shape and accuracy that's as nice to use as it is to look at. Compatible with wheels from 20-29 inches and all hub combinations. Standoff feet are included for checking dish with the tire in place, even the big fat ones. The gauge uses a unique spring-loaded mechanism to drop the plunger. Press that little brass button on the front and the plunger will drop to the face of the hub. No archaic time-sucking threaded indicators here!
This bottom bracket socket is for use with E Thirteen's BB30 bottom brackets. Made with the same top-shelf aluminum alloy to the same exacting fit and tolerance as the rest of our socket range, these sockets won't chew up your shiny new bottom bracket.
This bottom bracket socket is for use with Hope's BSA30 bottom bracket. Made with the same top-shelf aluminum alloy to the same exacting fit and tolerance as the rest of our socket range, these sockets won't chew up your shiny new bottom bracket.
This bottom bracket socket is for use with the Praxis M30 bottom bracket. Made with the same top-shelf aluminum alloy to the same exacting fit and tolerance as the rest of our socket range, these sockets won't chew up your shiny new bottom bracket.
Bearing drift designed for the SRAM DUB crank platform and use with the Abbey Bike Tools Modular bearing press. SRAM recently launched a new crank platform called DUB to improve bearing durability and compatibility that modern frames have dictated. This 28.99mm spindle and its press fit bottom bracket requires some special drifts to install correctly. We worked with the crew at SRAM to develop tools for this and came up with some simple and important tweaks from a standard bearing drift. These drifts have a tapered boss that forces the small O ring into its gland. A normal drift with a square boss can easily tear the fragile O ring that helps with bearing durability. So this basic modification makes sure your bottom bracket retains the durability it was designed to have. - Comes as a set of two drifts
The Shop Hammer has a heat-treated 1.5-inch (38mm) stainless steel head and 12-inch long handle with the same silicone grip from ESI as our Team Issue Hammer. Weighing in at a respectably stout 20oz (566g), they are sure to make short work of setting crown races and removing press fit bottom brackets. - Hammer comes standard with green soft face. Brass tips are also available. - Made in Bend, Oregon
$30.00 - $130.00
Suspension service is a specialty within bicycle repair, and it takes specialized tools to perform this work. One of the things that any factory tech will tell you is nice to have are sockets specifically made or altered for the low profile hex on the top of each fork leg. The lead-in or chamfer on a standard socket will greatly decrease the contact between tool and part and can easily scratch or deform those nuts. For years shops have been grinding down their sockets to remove the chamfer. The problem is that you're still often left with a loose-fitting socket that is still prone to chewing up those delicate parts. That's why we started from scratch. We made our sockets from billet aluminum to exacting tolerances to keep these parts in good shape. Fully CNC-machined with zero lead-in, they make the specialty that is suspension service a little bit easier. They feature a 3/8" square drive for use with your favorite torque wrench as well as finger splines to help run the top caps into the fork legs with those oil soaked hands. We also kept them short (1" or 25mm for all sizes) to reduce the chance of them slipping off of the top cap under torque. - Made from billet aluminum to exacting tolerances to keep form damaging the suspension - Finger splines so you can thread it easily by hand - 3/8" square drive - Short (1"/25mm for all sizes) to reduce the chance of them coming off of the top cap under torque - Made in Bend, Oregon Applications - 24mm socket - used on SRAM top caps - 26mm socket - used on Marzocchi and Reverb sealheads - 27mm socket - used on Fox and X-Fusion top caps - 30mm socket - used on the RS-1 SRAM sealhead removal tool as well as a handful of other forks. - 6-size set covers most modern suspension forks on the market: 24, 26, 27, 28, 30 and 32mm
Coming in at roughly 265 grams, the Team Issue Titanium Hammer is a big weight savings over more traditional hammers. The soft face is replaceable with commonly available 1" threaded faces. At 12" long, it's compact but still long enough to remove those stubborn bearings. We finish off the Team Issue hammer with a custom silicone grip from ESI to give a bit of cushion from the all-metal construction.
The Whip-It maximizes function and simplicity. Made from a 12-inch length of stainless steel, it gives you enough leverage to loosen even the most stubborn cassettes. The Whip-It's round handle provides comfort surpassing other flatbar-style chain whips on the market. The icing on the cake is that Abbey's signature tool, the Crombie, stores inside the handle of the Whip-It; this means the two tools you use together get stored together and travel together, creating less clutter in your tool box.
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