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- ring installation
- hose clamps
- beer can
Well, having this is luxury mechanizing! I used to have to use a 16 oz beer can and cut away the side lengthwise, or cut apart a Foster's beer can and use large hose clamps, but this is the way to go, less chance of breaking a ring! I highly recommend this for 70-75.5mm ring installation on air cooled motorcycles.
Yet to use, but will be fine
Well constructed and finished, does what it is designed for.
This is a high quality tool that is simple and effective in getting the job done.
The product worked perfect, got the rings in on the first try, super product and super bunch of people to work with placing orders.
Worked correctly with great quality . Items shipped on time also . Great source for Triumph items .
Quality and exactly as described!
I purchased the bike approximately 5 years ago knowing I was not gonna have time to work on it until I retire Retired a year and a 1/2 ago starting to work on the bike Over the years I've been purchasing everything I need from lowbrow customs a friend Of mine introduced me to your company extremely happy with the products that I've purchased and the service and everyone that I have spoken to on the phone i Todd has helped me immensely would not have completed this build without him I highly recommend lowbrow customs to all my friends Thank you
I was recently in need of a set of ring compressors for my ‘52 Triumph project.I checked with all the usual suspects,NAPA,Harbor Freight,my motorhead buddies and others only to turn up a bunch of wrong sized tools of dubious quality and value. I have made several purchases from Lowbrow Customs in the past and looked at there offerings.They had what appeared to be the factory equivalent at a very competitive price.When the arrived a few days later ( with free shipping! ) I was not disappointed. This gave my buddies an excuse to ride over and give me a hand.
Back in the day we were constantly seizing or just plain wearing out the pistons/rings in our two stroke dirt bikes. I can still smell the “bean" oil in the air!!! No one owned a spring compressor so we were stuck keeping the rings compressed “manually” with a screw driver tip, finger nail, screw clamp, etc. while trying to lower the cylinder in place. It usually worked but not always. There were more than a few “ah F###” moments. So if you don’t want get into a wrestling match with the two pistons on your Brit twin, get a set of these puppies, you’ll be glad you did, makes the job so much easier. Oh and google around, there are some templates/measurements out there for making a piece of wood to fit between the bottom of the pistons and the top of the cases so the pistons stay up while (whilst) you slide the cylinder down.
Just the thing we needed to complete our engine rebuild.
I am rebuilding a 72 Triumph OIF 650 Tiger. In that process I needed ring compressors to install new pistons. The tools I got from your shop worked very well.
Great parts for my vintage triumph project. Thanks !!!
Simple, clean, easy to use. Made well, so it should last.