Park Tool has sent over details on three new tools they’ve just released for spring 2020. Check them out inside.
Park Tool Releases Three Innovative New Tools for Spring 2020
At Park Tool, the quest to create tools that make it easier for professional and amateur mechanics to repair and maintain bikes is a never-ending process. Each year, bicycles get more and more technical and the tools needed to maintain these bicycles must follow suit. For spring 2020, Park Tool is proud to launch three innovative new tools which will help mechanics all over the globe.
DF-1 – Dummy Fork
The DF-1 Dummy Fork is an essential companion for any scenario that requires dropping the fork from a bicycle, enabling complete removal of the fork while keeping the handlebars, headset spacers, and brake caliper organized. The DF-1 installs into the headset and is held in place using the bike’s stem. The brake holder features threaded and unthreaded holes for attaching disc brake calipers as well as most rim brake calipers, while the included pad spacer protects hydraulic disc brakes from accidental engagement. The DF- 1 is nickel plated and powder coated for long life.
NOTE: Compatible with 1-1/8″ threadless stems only – not compatible with threaded headset/quill stem setups.
EEWS-1 – Bicycle Electronic Shift Tool
A handy tool designed to make installation and removal of bicycle electronic shifting wires and batteries quick and easy.
OM-2 – Benchtop Overhaul Mat
A great way to keep the benchtop organized during a repair, the OM-2 features an oversized textured work area and raised trays for organizing small parts and hardware. Perfect for overhauling or rebuilding components such as forks, shocks, hubs, suspension linkages, derailleurs, etc.
About Park Tool: Since 1963 Park Tool has been designing and manufacturing bicycle repair product that help professional and amateur mechanics to properly clean and fix bicycles. Today Park Tool products can be found in most bike shops and professional bicycle mechanics tool boxes throughout the world. To learn more, check out www.parktool.com.