Park CWP-5 Crank Puller

It works, and since it has no arm, is small enough to slip in the backpack unoticed; it must be coupled with wrench. Only minorly practicle for field use, since you would also need to cart along an extra set of cranks, and, optionaly, a malet or C-clamp.

You can find it HERE.



Use a crank tool, don’t try the -gear puller from the auto parts store- routine. Fifteen bucks and well worth it.
carjug-I learned the hard way…

I sold my first Park tool crank puller and purchased one of these. With pedals only costing $8cdn at MEC, I’m going to put pedals on all my cranks I have lying around, making changing cranks all that more enjoyable.

I have this tool in my camelback, but I have a 14mm boxend wrench inbetween the two main parts. Keeps it together nicely.

I recommmend this to anybody (with square tapers)