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This tool makes head tube bearing race removal easy. Tool is pulled through the steering tube until the flared ends snap in behind the race. A blow from a hammer on the tool head removes the race. Fits most brands with 35-55mm bearing races.
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does not work on honda's
from calgary ab
Comments about Park Tool Steering Race Remover:
Great tool but does not work on alluminium frame honda's (cr cfr's)
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Littlerock, WA
This works great! Unfortunately only got to 3 of the 4 bearing races I needed out. The bottom race of my 1980 CB750 steering stem is in a recessed portion of the neck, and this tool can't get to it. But that's not really the tool's fault. The other 3 races popped out with a few taps of the hammer.
A great Tool, but not for all Models.
from Allentown, PA
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Great Tool, but a little on the pricey side. As long as the user can get the tangs of the tool to bite on the upper and lower bearing races, this tool will work like a charm. It drives the races out evenely and effortlessly; a real time saver. To date, I've used it on several older street models without any problems (I bought both sizes offered). It will not work on the Yamaha V-Max lower bearing race. Before ordering, know which size tool you need and refer to your service manual to see if removal is possible with this tool.
Just what I needed
from Detroit, MI
I used to be a bicycle mechanic and used these frequently, but hadn't needed to replace any steering bearings on a motorcycle until now. The larger size is the right fit, as I would expect most any modern bike's steering bearings (headset in bicycle terminology) are much larger than those used on 1.125" headsets for which this is designed. The 1" model would only be useful for some minis or vintage bikes.
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