[CR]It's out/was Help - Fixed Cup Removal


From: "Eric Elman" <tr4play@cox.net>
To: <Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
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Subject: [CR]It's out/was Help - Fixed Cup Removal
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 20:27:34 -0500


Wow - so many replys and ideas - thank you all. I ended up making a makeshift tool with a bolt, nut and appropriate washers all used to hold my cheap park tool in place. Then gave it a medium bonk with a plastic covered dead blow hammer and out they came. One was all rusty inside and the other had some film on the threads. Yes - I eas turning them the correct way, but thank you all for pointing that out just in case! I'll be buying a tool for future removals as I love tools as much as bikes.

Eric Elman
Winter's back again in Somers, CT


----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Elman"
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Sent: Sunday, March 09, 2003 12:58 PM
Subject: [CR]Help - Fixed Cup Removal



> Help.
>
> I'm feeling kind'a dumb right now. I've stripped two of my bikes down in
> preparation of rebuilds. Both have Campagnolo SR BB's. On both bikes I
> can't get the fixed cup to loosen. I'm using a Park fixed cup removal tool,
> both bikes are English thread. Never had a problem before with any other
> bikes. Any tricks or ideas on how to get them loose without ruining the
> cups (functionality and cosmetics) or ruining my knuckles?
>
> Thanks in advance for your help,
>
> Eric Elman
> Somers, CT where it's finally been in the 40's for two days in a row.