Tom Hayes wrote:
> I have found with the universal type--those that lock onto either side of
> the fixed cup--there's one called a universal and another made by Kingsbidg
> (the one I currently have)-- (jeez, I am getting parenthentical statements
> within parethetical statemens set off by dashes)--that the fixed cup must b
> absolutely free of grease and oil, dry. The Kingsbridge one, slightly
> longer than the Universal one, with a couple of cheater bars rigged to the
> wrenches has never failed to get one out, though it has come close to
> popping a cerebral vein.
Nobody around here has one of those; that's why I ended up making my own. Yeah, I could buy one for $80 or so, but that's a little steep for a one-off job.
If it starts to bug me again, I may try grinding some flats on the cup with a Dremel to fit the Campy 793/A tool jaw.
Appleton WI USA