This is the very best tool for crimping the wire connectors for both Schmidt hub terminals as well as the terminals on dynamo lights from Schmidt, Busch & Müller and Spanninga. Place the connector in the tool, insert the wire into the connector, and squeeze to make a perfect crimp onto both the insulator and the conductor. Made in Germany.
|Knipex 97 52 14||Our best crimping tool||$ 240.00|
Schmidt Basic Crimper
This multi purpose tool crimps the connectors, and also strips insulation from wires. Not as sophisticated as the Knipex tool, as you must crimp the insulator and the conductor separately. But for the shop installing the occasional dynamo light system, it's ideal. It's also ideal for the home mechanic. Made in Germany.
|Basic Crimper||crimp the connector, and strip insulation||$ 60.00|
|Arai drum brake removal tool||Safely removes the Arai from your hub.||
|Phil Wood BB tool||You need two of these to install in an Italian thread frame. You can get away with only one in a British thread frame, but two is much easier.||
|Tacx Cone wrenches||These are the best I've ever used. My standard cone wrenches here in the shop. Very comfortable rubber handle. Perfect fit on the cone. 13mm through 17mm in stock.||
|Tacx headset spanner||32mm size, fits most 1" threaded headsets like Campagnolo, Shimano, etc. Very comfortable rubber handle. Perfect fit on the nut so it won't mar aluminum headsets. You'll need two of these to adjust a headset.||
|Wheelsmith Spoke Tension Gauge||The best way to know if your spokes are tensioned properly||
|Rema TT01 patch kit||A real patch kit, not the useless glueless type||
|Shimano FC-16||For installing Hollowtech II crank arm||$ 2.30|
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