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Could anyone give me a list of tools I will need to do this. I have a very limited (i.e. a multi-tool) tool kit at the moment and would like to put on a new cassette. Cheers, Simon
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you'll need a cassette removal tool but that is about it.
posted by daviej [7 posts] 19th January 2013 - 18:15
....... and a chain whip. The chain whip stops the cassette spinning on the free wheel while you undo the lock ring with the splined cassette tool.
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posted by stuke [327 posts] 19th January 2013 - 18:33
oh yeah and a chain whip
posted by daviej [7 posts] 19th January 2013 - 18:44
Make sure you get a Campag pattern cassette tool not a Shimano one....
posted by jimmo62 [59 posts] 19th January 2013 - 18:54
Hi - thanks for all the help - will I need a new chain?
posted by jockster [11 posts] 19th January 2013 - 19:02
It is the park tool BBT-5 12 spline lockring tool or equivilent. Some grease as well.
posted by cidermart [468 posts] 19th January 2013 - 19:38
I would do on a new cassette you could use the old chain to hold the cassette and save on a chain whip but if you are borrowing then the whip is better.
posted by cidermart [468 posts] 19th January 2013 - 19:41
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