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#1
Looking for a whipless cassette removal tool. I heard Pedro's makes one.
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#2
This is the vice grip one.
The uses pins which engage a small 11 or 12 tooth (only) cog. Pedro’s Pro Cog Wrench:
[Image: Pedros-Pro-Cog-Wrench1.jpg]

The [url=http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Stein-Hyper-Handle-cassette-wrench-11-14t-/390448872379?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5ae890fbbb#ht_1094wt_934]Stein Tool
fits 11-14 tooth
[Image: 31FsyGhUHSL._SL500_AA300_.jpg]
Of course you need a cassette removal tool too.
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You can see the Stein page here.
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#3
Thank you 1FJEF. Is there another Pedro's tool that is used together with the yellow one in the picture? I thought i remembered seeing a second Pedro's tool with the cassette remover and it stacked. And could you give me the numbers of the tools to help in ordering.
Thanks again.
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#4
(08-21-2012, 12:57 PM)Bob K Denver Wrote:  Thank you 1FJEF. Is there another Pedro's tool that is used together with the yellow one in the picture?
Thanks again.
The tool is used in conjunction with the appropriate cassette removal tool. eg, for shimano cassette like this.
[Image: 31i9HiHVxdL._SL500_AA300_.jpg]
Here's a Pedros version w/no pin
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And a Campy version
[Image: Campy_BB_Socket.jpg]
Just remove the QR skewer, put the yellow Pedro lock wrench on, put the appropriate cassette tool through the hole in the middle & use a ratchet or a big crescent wrench on the cassette tool. Hold the Pedro lock wrench, turn the cassette tool counter-clockwise to remove.
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