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Getting Out There

Posted by Jim MacPhail on

Things have been busy here at BearingProTools!  With what time is left after the daily picking, packing and shipping tools we’ve been working to expand the availability of our products. Perhaps the most exciting is the alliance we’ve formed with WheelChairBearings.com to offer some of our most popular tools directly to US customers, delivered from stock manufactured to our design, in the US, by our friends at WheelChairBearings.   We’ve been working with WheelChairBearings on and off for more than a year now, manufacturing for each other and sharing ideas.  Our companies work in slightly different markets but share a...

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Bottom Bracket Presses on Sale Now!

Posted by Jim MacPhail on

The new products are coming thick and fast just now!  This one is an obvious next step. We now have bearing presses for the most common bottom bracket bearings: 24x37x7mm, 25x37x7mm and 30x42x7mm. These two bearing sizes are employed by many bottom bracket manufacturers, including Hope and others, often using the following references: MR2437 (24mm ID bearing) 6805 (25mm ID bearing) 6806 (30mm ID bearing) Installing bearings straight and accurately is important if you want your bearings to last.  It’s particularly critical for bottom bracket bearings; these bearings have a large diameter relative to the width and depth of the...

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The Birth of a New Product - Hex for Hope PF Bottom Brackets

Posted by Jim MacPhail on

 It's always exciting to release a new product, to take something you've been working on for a while, to open it to the world and see if anyone else thinks that it's worth having.  This new tool is simple - there's nothing groundbreaking in it - what you see is what you get. And it is, admittedly, a niche thing, but hopefully it'll help a few people out.

But rather than just announcing the arrival of the new product, I thought it would be fun to share the process that lead to it's arrival.

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