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Park Tool FR-5.2GT Cassette Lockring Tool with 12 mm Guide Pin
The FR-5.2GT is designed specifically for use when removing and installing cassette lockrings from thru axle hubs. The thin-walled design fits most hubs without removing the cone or lock nut.

Features - FR-5.2GT Cassette Lockring Tool with 12 mm Guide Pin

  • Specially developed sprocket puller with locking pin for thru axles
  • Suitable for some Shimano® and compatible disc brake retaining rings

Product features

  • Material: hardened steel
  • Guide pin: 12mm
  • Diameter: 23.5mm

Compatibility

  • For retaining rings from Shimano®, SRAM®, SunRace®, SunTour®, Chris King+ and others
  • Also suitable for some Shimano® and compatible disc brake retaining rings

Scope of delivery

  • 1 x Park Tool FR-5.2GT Cassette Lockring Tool with 12 mm Guide Pin

FR 5.2GT Cassette Lockring Tool with 12mm Guide Pin

FR-5.2 GT
763477003393
Park Tool FR-5.2GT Cassette Lockring Tool with 12 mm Guide Pin
The FR-5.2GT is designed specifically for use when removing and installing cassette lockrings from thru axle hubs. The thin-walled design fits most hubs without removing the cone or lock nut.

Features - FR-5.2GT Cassette Lockring Tool with 12 mm Guide Pin

  • Specially developed sprocket puller with locking pin for thru axles
  • Suitable for some Shimano® and compatible disc brake retaining rings

Product features

  • Material: hardened steel
  • Guide pin: 12mm
  • Diameter: 23.5mm

Compatibility

  • For retaining rings from Shimano®, SRAM®, SunRace®, SunTour®, Chris King+ and others
  • Also suitable for some Shimano® and compatible disc brake retaining rings

Scope of delivery

  • 1 x Park Tool FR-5.2GT Cassette Lockring Tool with 12 mm Guide Pin

FR 5.2GT Cassette Lockring Tool with 12mm Guide Pin

FR-5.2 GT
763477003393
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High quality product that has just one annoying flaw if you're using a torque wrench. The head of the tool is not metric, it's 1" (25,4 mm) and required a 1" socket to fit correctly. If you use a 26 mm socket you will risk to damage the tool. It would be nice that the shop will also sold the Park Tool 1" socket for 3/8 torque wrench.

The socket is good and strong, as expected from Park Tool. However, pay attention that the drive part is 1" (1 inch, 25.4 mm) across flats. A 1" socket is not easy to find here in Europe. I got one from USA, but... in the workshop you don't actually need to use the lockring tool with a socket/wrench. Just clamp it in a bench vise, splines up, and put the wheel from the top. The wheel itself becomes the "wrench", a lot of torque can be applied by turning it. The only problem with this method is, when you reinstall the cassette, you can't tighten it to the exact torque spec (which is a pretty wide range, though).

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