When rotating clockwise, apply 4Newton Meter (Nm) of Torque. There are 3mm, 4mm, 5mm and T25 bits in the handle. All metal construction for a long time. It was assembled at their factory in Minnesota. Magnetic sockets retain bits.
👤I received this a week ago. Shop time is sped up by it. I dropped this item on the floor. The handle broke. I contacted the park tool and was told that they wouldn't cover it because they believe it's abuse. Anyone who uses tools frequently has dropped a tool. I was a very loyal park tool customer.
👤I'm very disappointed. The tool needs a magnet in the sockets to hold the bits. It didn't have one. I'm glad I wasn't in the woods trying to adjust my seat when the bit fell out. Park Tools had better quality.
👤The driver has a speed of 5 Nm. Returned the first one. The second one did the same thing. The driver is accurate. The problem is with the driver.
👤The quality is high. It's great for the usual 6nm of tension on bikes. I can't confirm the accuracy. The tool must be trusted. The magnetic hold of the wrench won't hold it in when you pull it from the bolt. It can either stay in the bolt or hit the shop floor. When I lost a bit, it amplified myconvenience. There is a bit at the trail head. It's really sad.
👤5 stars for a good design. When Torque is reached, there is a nice onboard tool storage and a clear change. Minus two stars for that clear click being so strong it rattles free the end cap and dumps the tools on the ground. It was disappointing for the money.
👤Park Tools are the best for bike tools. If you want to make sure you don't tighten the bolts on your bike, you need a Torque wrench. The set is portable and can be carried in a bike bag, but most likely will be in a tool box. It is a moderate investment, but a great example of a simple tool. Highly recommended.
👤A great wrench for bikes. Just use it. No need to change settings. There was no accidental setting.
👤Great tool. Works well. I have used the best one so far.
👤If you're an avid cyclist like me, you already know that there are endless products you can get to modify your bike. There is a The best tool you didn't know you needed is the Torque Driver by Park tool. There is a If you notice on your bike, close to where there are nuts, you'll see the symbol m. This tells you the recommended Torque for the nut. If you are more than that, the component may move while cycling and you are at risk of damage to your frame. There is a I have been hanging the bike behind my bedroom door for a while, and that means opening the stem screws a lot. The Park tool helps me adjust the nuts just to the right spot, rather than ruining the bike. If you try to tighten it, it will make a clicking noise and won't let you. There is a The wrench is bulky and has a set of 4 different heads hidden in the cap, but there is an option to adjust it. For me, it's either 5 or 6 and I decided the 5 is enough for me, as this is the main part I often tighten again and again. There is a The product is top quality but not cheap.
Magnetic sockets retain bits. There are two ears on the opposite end.
👤If you have an older model bike or one that uses one of the cheaper three piece crankset/bottom brackets, it is likely that this tool will come in handy. I need a lock ring wrench for my wife's beach cruiser and a cup wrench for my son's mountain bike. It allows you to grab the cup and hold it in place with the lockring and the bottom brackets being tight and not loose. On some models, the HCW-11 grabs the lock ring instead of the spanner. There are other ways to set the cup, but none of them work as well as the HCW-11, which is the only way to do it. I believe this tool is made in America and is laser cut with about 0.05% carbon content. This means you can use something like 80Newton meters of Torque to the wrench, which is great for working with old rusted parts. This tool allows for more Torque to be placed on the cup or lock ring because it fits precisely. This all adds up to five stars and an essential wrench for any home bike mechanic.
👤The tool works well with the help of a small trick. If you want to get a bolt out of a stuck cup, you need to push the bolt with washers through the hole from the inside of the brackets. Next, get some washers on the end of the bolt, thread the bold on a few threads, place the Park tool HCW-11 on the fixed cup slots, and tighten the bolt down firmly, now the tool can not slip or slide off the fixed. You can use a hammer or a pipe to bang on it and it won't fall off. It works like a charm.
👤I got it for my bearing cup and botton for the cups that have to dot top to bottom calledpeg. You need a crank puller to pull the left and right side off and loose it.
👤This is a good tool. Five days early, I got here. There were no complaints about it. There is a I will tell you that you probably don't need this one, if you are a little shocked that fixing a wobbly crank will take four different $16.00 single-use tools. The HCW-4 has a pin spanner that can be used on the notch cups and a regular wrench that can be used on the raised wrench fittings. Up to you. It is nice to have the right tool. If you don't want to pay another $16.00 for a single-use tool, this is the one you can skip.
Park tool's legendary limited lifetime warranty is on top of this. It is designed for heavy shop use. There are two 15 millimeter wrench openings. The head is made from Cro-Moly steel. It is thin enough to fit all the wrench flats. The handle is round so it won't dig into the hand.
👤Some of the lower-star reviews pick the price. It's a bit expensive for a pedal wrench, but let's be realistic. Quality costs. This tool is a shop-grade tool. Use it for life if you buy it once. It doesn't have a great finish. It's effective and lasts a long time. I bought this tool to fix the stuck pedal. At least I was able to see the Craftsman 15mm box wrench's perspective. I'd never had a pedal like this before. I soaked the threads and tried to free the pedal by hitting the box wrench with a rubber dead-blow mallet, but it didn't work. The carbon matrix could be damaged by torch heat. The nature of the materials made it necessary for chemical and mechanical methods to free the pedal. The stuck pedal was freed in less than 10 seconds when I used the wrench. Nice.
👤The value for money for this product is not good, because you can remove or install a pedal with a 15 mil wrench or 6 mil Allen wrench in some cases. The long handle and the different angles at which you can hold the pedal make it easier to do the job. This tool looks great, it really does make a difference, and I enjoy it more than a normal wrench. The park tool can work with it. There is a This is the strongest tool and most over the top, and could double as a murder weapon, which is what it really looks like when you see how large and heavy it is. A great tool!
👤I was trying to take the pedals off a bike that had been in Michigan for over 20 years and had traveled over 20,000 miles. I spent two hours with a heat-gun, penetrating oil, break free and every wrench I own trying to get the pedals off, but I knew the correct directions to remove them. I decided that this was a case of needing the right tool for the job. After I received the Park Tool pedal wrench, it took me two seconds to break the pedals free. They spun off after one turn. It was on pedals that did twenty years in every miserable weather situation imaginable. Two hours without success and two seconds without success. You need the right tool for the job. This is the right tool for the job.
👤If I turn my bike upside down, the pedals can loosen. The wrench loosens up when I use my body weight over it. Make sure you are doing it in the right way. I couldn't get enough strength on my exercise bike, so I switched to clipless pedals. Within 5 seconds, the wrench was loose. I had no luck working on it before this wrench. The heavy handle gives you leverage. There is a The tool is the right one to loosen pedals. When you put the pedals back on, make sure to grease them.
You can order now and pay free. They can provide a life time warranty for their product. It was made in Taiwan. They have everything you need for bicycle repairs. The interest in wild game will be improved by feeders and accessories.
👤I use my Torque wrench with my pedals. It's not easy to get the proper leverage when you position the crow foot and wrench at the same angle. You are working between the crank arm, pedal body, and the bike's frame. It's very easy to get the right preset Torque once you get that squared away.
👤It was exactly what I needed for a precise installation of my power pedals. There is a The tool has a 15mm pedal wrench with a 3/8" wrench opening. The TW-2 Torque Wrench was used with my Park Tool to tighten the pedals. There is a I researched and bought a better fitting Park tool than the one that some people had purchased.
👤I was trying to figure out how to Torque a pedal and learn about crowfoot tools but they looked thick. There is a But ran across this, perfect! It is nice and narrow.
👤I think it works, but it is so awkward to use that I am not sure if my pedals are Torqued or not.
👤Look a little more and find a 15mm pedal wrench and only one thing to use not two.
👤It's not much to say. Did the job. It's thin enough for pedals.
👤This was needed for gunsmithing. The tool is 5mm wide.
👤It's perfect for torquing power pedals.
👤How many times have you tried a different one because it just won't work for A/F? There is a This does. No problem. You can't miss it. . You will always be able to spot it. Problem and hours saved.
👤To get the benefit of this on both peddles, you'll need a Torque wrench which measures in both directions. When going clockwise, most Torque Wrenches only click when they are on.
👤Their standard quality was high, as expected. The need for a precision bit of kit is what I use this set up for. A very good piece of kit.
👤It fits nicely into my park tools Torque wrench.
👤Si smontare in pedali con diversi attrezzi, ma quando, sarebbe necessario chiuderli con la coppia di serraglio corretta. I rilevatori di potenza sui pedali, come me. Con una chiave dinamometrica questo tool.
The thoughtfully designed P-handled hex wrenches fit the task at hand as well as they fit in your hand. The long shaft of the wrench is fitted with a balldriver to help hard to reach bolt heads. Bondhus Protanium high Torque industrial steel is used to make the hex wrench. The offset P-handles are made from a nylon material and are designed for comfortable use. The 10mm P-Handle wrench can be used to remove crank bolts.
👤I have had a Craftsman set for at least 15 years. It is wearing out. I checked reviews about good bike tools and found the name Park, so I bought several sizes of these. I can't see, but if I had vision, I wouldn't be able to read this label in my shop. It is not acceptable for a high quality tool.
👤The 4mm and 5mm sizes of Park's P-handled hex wrenches are very useful for adjusting gears and brakes. They're very strong, and give more control than typical Allen keys. The handle design gives you a lot of purchase on the screw and the reach is useful. The metal appears to be strong enough to allow you to use the ball-joint end with a fair bit of force. I'm not sure what the purpose of buying the full set is, though; there are few uses for the 10mm version, and as for the 8mm, the most common setting there is pedals and that's high enough Torque. This is a nice tool to have for up to 5mm. I'll probably add a 3mm version as well, at least at the point when I replace my JIS#2-limit-screw-equipped derailleurs with the latest 3mm Allen-key-adjustable ones.
👤I bought this to remove the old foot plates. If the plates fail, the heads of the important screws that hold them onto expensive equipment could be damaged. The Park tool was perfect for removing and replacing the camera plates. The Park tool is long, sturdy, and comfortable, but it did not bend or break, and the T-handle is well designed. Thank you for the tool.
👤Park tool is more expensive but their products are well designed and durable. I use a 4mm wrench and a 5mm wrench to tighten up the bottle cages and seat post, respectively, and I use a 5mm wrench to adjust the front brake caliper. The longer side is great for getting into a tighter space, such as with the bottle cages, and the shorter side is great for when you're not limited to a tight space. The longer side is designed so that you can tighten or loosen on an angle because the wrench is more rounded on this side. This part of the design has helped me when attaching or removing my aerobars. You can hang it up if you have a hole in it. Excellent tools and worth the money.
It comes with a head that can drive in both directions and measure Torque in a clockwise direction. Installation components with precision are 2.0 to 20.0Newton Meter Torque range with micro adjustment to 0.1. It helps to ensure that the fitting on your bike is tightened to the correct Torque and that the clamping forces are distributed evenly across the surface. This helps prolong the life of components. It's ideal for use on stems, seat, lever, chain sets, and headsets. Over-tightening bolts can cause expensive damage to your bike. Applying too little Torque can cause bolts to work loose. It is easy to follow the manufacturer's recommended settings with their 1/3-inch drive dual-direction Torque wrench driver. Each hand tool is tested for accuracy before it is shipped. It is easy to use and read. The spring loaded adjustment collar is locked in place at the desired Torque setting, so it won't slip when being used. The scale is easy to read. When the pre-set Torque value is reached, the wrench emits a click that can be heard and felt. The click can be subtle at low settings. The click will be stronger if it's between 5 and 20 Nm. The right tools for the job include: H2, H 2.5, H3, H4, H5, H6, H8, H10 The sockets are T10, T25, T30 and the extension bar is 100mm. The case has a section for storing bolts when using the wrench, as well as a protective molded case to keep the wrench and bits safe. The head measures Torque in clockwise and counter clockwise directions. Release the bit instalments button. Each hand tool is tested for accuracy to the requirements of ISO 6789-2:2017 and DIN EN ISO 6789-1:2017-07, as well as test methods for quality conformance testing. Each set has an individual certificate of calibration. If you have a problem with your purchase, they are happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement. Each hand tool is tested for accuracy to the requirements of ISO 6789-2:2017 and DIN EN ISO 6789-1:2017-07, as well as test methods for quality conformance testing. Each set has an individual certificate of calibration. If you have a problem with your purchase, they are happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement.
👤If you are getting this, please learn how to use a Torque wrench. You can't pull on this thing like you would a regular tool. Make sure your bit is seated in the correct place, then slowly pull from the handle until it clicks. If you are not next to a jet engine, you should see it click and hear it. You are more likely to get a bad reading if you yank on the wrench. You should be able to pull the Torque wrench slowly and evenly with one hand. Take care of your tools and it's a great piece at a great price. If you rush it, you'll miss the click at low settings and risk over torquing bolts.
👤The product looks similar to the pro vibe wrench. It is easy to set and use. The purchase was worth it. I received an email from the company explaining how to use the product.
👤Since I did not have a Torque wrench, I am not comparing this to other Torque wrench, but rather to my previous strategy of estimating Torque by the amount of pressure at a given lever length with my right arm. One pound of pressure at one foot of leverage is one pound of pressure at six feet of leverage. The metric system doesn't calibrate itself to feet and pounds, but small bolts get hand pressure, big bolts get arm pressure, and huge bolts get more pressure than body weight with big lever arms. This is a small wrench for hand and arm pressure. When I reach the point where the wrench is set to, there is a "spring-loaded" "click" that occurs. There is a The instructions state that you can learn what to expect by setting the Torque very low, near the bottom of the range, which is easy to exceed with gentle hand pressure. There is a If you haven't used a caliper tool, you may be surprised that the adjustment moves up and down in a screw motion, with the smallest increment marked around the circumference, and the larger increment marked longitudinally. You can dial in the detail by rotating part of a single rotation. There is a In practice, bike bolts are set to major increments. There is a I discovered that some of the bolts on my handlebars were not tightened to the full amount. I was able to adjust this by setting the Torque to 5, feeling the Torque all the way around the set of 4 bolts, then increasing it to 6 and tightening each one a bit further. There is a I am impressed. It is a quality tool, coming with a handwritten certification of calibration so I don't have to re-do it, and I was able to get assurance of even Torque at the proper tightness that neither has unnecessary flex nor results in a stripped bolt. The first bolts I tightened were made of steel in aluminum, not steel in carbon. No point in raising the stakes if you don't need to. There is a I liked the small extension bar and the variety of heads. I keep the Torque wrench dedicated for Torque, and use my other wrenches for everything else, so that the Torque wrench stays in adjustment, as it should.
There are two ears on the opposite end. Their classic Y design has T10 and T25 wrench sizes. Disc rotor bolts are useful.
👤It's like almost everything else from Park Tool. I have to dock one star because Amazon continues to allow sellers to sell items as new without repercussions. I have experience with this happening in the bike parts and tools sector. If you get a legitimate new bike product or if it is a used return that is being passed off as a new one, you have a good chance of getting it. I always return items like this on principle, and everyone else should do the same. They continue to do it because they get away with it too often. I'm going to legitimate bike websites for this type of gear instead of your platform because you need to do a better job of policing the sellers that do this. The seller tried to pass off the item shown in the photo as "New". It's funny. Shout out to Worldwide Cyclery, Planet Cyclery, Brands Cycle and other great bike sellers who might get a bad rap from the shady ones. You guys rock!
👤This and the classic Allen wrench are worth the money if you ever work on bikes. There is a This tool will last as long as I do. The quality of the park tool. The shape of my hand is perfect, and having these 3 most common sizes in one tool means less time looking for the right tool, which means more time riding my bike!
👤This three-way tool is useful for people who don't like buying individual torx wrench and don't like multi-tool use. T25 is the most used torx wrench in my experience, but I have used the other two at least once. I don't like the appearance of this tool, it's similar to the other three-way wrenches. It is easy to blend in and gets mistaken for a 3way wrench in our tool organizers.
👤If you work on a lot of bikes or just your own bike, then this tool is a must have. It is small enough to fit in a small tool box and will come in handy more times than you think. If you work on bikes for a living, you should look at their other three way tools. The quality of the tools is the same.
👤After a few months, T25 end is stripped. I am not abusive or over the top. It's not very expensive to send in for a warranty. Park Tools will usually have a better quality.
The Y head design puts more material where it's needed for strength and resilience. An accurate fit and consistent quality can be achieved with the use of precision sizing and a military grade industrial phosphate finish. The long, vinyl dipped handle of the Shop Cone Wrenches makes them comfortable to use and thin enough to use on the narrowest of adjusting cones. 13mm to 20mm, and 13 to 20mm.
👤It works on the nozzle of a sprayer.
👤This works for the purple harbor freight spray gun. You need this wrench if you spray primer. If you use primer, there's a lot of gunk in the gun. It requires a lot of force and this tool did not bend. It was worth every penny. If you don't have a tool like this, you can use an angle grinder.
👤Do you need to buy park tools? Is they made better than cheaper alternatives? Yes. Is they worth it? Yes, if you want to buy your tools once. There is a Park Tools are hard to justify because of their prices. Most are just a few dollars more. You're going to get as close to an exact fit as possible and the tools are always made in a quality manner. The most common criticisms of this tool were how it is and how long it will last. Both are absurd concerns. This tool is supposed to be this thing and if you exceed the limits, this tool will outlive you and everyone else. There is a Park Tools are always better than cheaper alternatives, but are marginally more expensive. For my money, buy it once and never buy it again. I recommend this! Cheers! It's a good thing. This is what you need for those with Easton Wheels.
👤I wanted to remove the wheels from the light stand before packing it for travel because I have to stretch the carrying case to get it to close over the wheels. The wrench works well to remove the wheels and put them back on, and it fits neatly into a little pouch with the wheels. It's perfect for what I need because the stand is not really for travel, so I only have to remove the wheels occasionally. I don't think it would last if it were daily use.
👤I didn't have a thin enough wrench to loosen the bearing cone and lock nut while I was trying to replace a bent axle. I decided to buy this tool after debating on grinding down my combo wrench. I am glad I did because it is a well made tool for a reasonable price and the combo wrench didn't fit over the flats as well as this tool does. It is longer than a standard combo wrench and has a handle that is comfortable.
👤The park wrench is always good, except for a few chromed models. These are made of decent steel and have enough thickness that they don't ding up easily. I bought this one to use as a separator for non-bicycle parts. I have a full set for bike use and they've held up great, but this was the first time I ever cut into one. I was surprised at the quality of the steel. Not cheese.
Too much tightening will affect bike parts. The parts are loose if there is too little Torque. The bike Torque wrench is a must have tool. Before packing, it is advisable to be drunk. The accuracy of the Torque is important for expensive carbon parts. The factory calibrates all the Torque Wrenches. Please read the instructions carefully. One of the most accurate mechanical Torque Wrenches allows to preset up to 0. preset 5.3 Nm. It is the only wrench with a preset lock ring. The lock ring on the Venzo Torque wrench makes it possible to change the preset value when turning the handle. The quality bit set comes with all the common bits. The best part is the extension which allows you to reach the bolts easily. The life time warranty. They are confident to offer a worry-free life time warranty.
👤It works well. It is off by 5% by using the formula to compare the theoretical Torque versus the Torque displayed by the wrench, but it is close to being off by 4%. All is good if you set dial back by.7nm. The small size of the head makes it easy to get into tight spots. Click when set Torque is reached. It should not be set below 2nm or above 15nm. It takes a long time to turn the knob up to 13nm from 2nm, so you can easily over turn it. The lifetime warranty is on the website, but the manual says one year. Hmm...
👤The sizes are right. It should cover everything. It's easy to adjust. Click when you get the right Torque. It came with a little stamp that said it was factory calibrate so I'm assuming it's accurate. The simple hand test at 5 Nm seemed correct.
👤The "click" you feel when you use a quality Torque wrench is very noticeable. This is a little thing for bikes. I'm not sure how it can be missed, but that's my experience with my sample. I have notightened my bolts enough. It was close. If it lasts a couple years, I'll increase the ratings, but a 4 is where they are.
👤The bolt was stripped because the wrench wouldn't allow it. The head of the wrench will show the setting reached in a video. It will not freewheel at the given setting. If you don't understand how this type of wrench works, watch a video. I know how to use the wrench. I think it will last many years.
👤It seems to be good quality and a nice set, and I am trusting that it is accurate. haven't tested it. I knew it didn't have an 8mm bit when I ordered it. The click is subtle, but clear when you get used to it. Make sure you don't try to Torque something valuable like a part on a carbon bike frame, or you will miss it and over tighten. It's good when you get the feeling.
👤This is a top quality tool. Other reviewers have said that the click is not loud enough, but my experience is that the handle moves a lot when the preset Torque is reached. The locking Torque setting is very reliable and protects it from changing when you put it on the bench. If you have Torqued 10 screws to the same setting, then you should notice that the wrench has moved and you have to loosen each one and retighten them. I had an old bending-beam small wrench, but it was difficult to use the click-setting, so I decided to upgrade. I'm happy I did.
The bits are interchangeable and never feel stocked inside the tools. A simple tool for fastening bicycle components. It's perfect for applications such as bottom brackets, cassette lockrings, and crank bolts. The range is 0 to 60Newton meters. The drive is compatible with all Park Tools. Also compatible with most Park Tools. Torque values for both left and right hand threading can be read. The length is 17 inches. The length is 17 inches.
Also included: A case to keep your Wheeler Digital FAT Wrench set safe. Guage is perfect for bicycle carbon parts and has a Torque range of 2 to 24 NM. T20, T25 and T30 Torques, High quality, Allen Keys 3 /4 / 5 / 6 / 8 / 10mm, plus 5mm Longer Allen Key for easy use. It's great for bicycle parts or bolts. Don't use cheap quality tools, they will damage the parts. When you feel a click, stop turning. The Torque has reached a preset value. ORDER NOW, WORRY-FREE! They can provide a 10-year warranty because they're so confident in the product quality. It was made in Taiwan.
👤As many other reviewers have said, get it. There is a Maybe I can help. I've never owned a bike with carbon fiber. I got a Cannondale HiMod Synapse Dura Ace Di2 for my 50th birthday. It was a huge sacrifice for the family, and I didn't want to do anything to damage the frame or seat tube. I would not be able to replace it. I have raced and road steel and aluminum frames for 35 years and have never considered the possibility of damaging them. In all my years I have never seen threads being stripped on steel or aluminum. There is a I began the journey to buy a Torque wrench by reading reviews on Amazon for days and weeks before deciding to purchase the Park TW01. There is a Everyone knows that calibrating a Torque wrench is important. I was freaked out by any comment by any user that mentioned fears about the Venzo and the new Torque Wrenches. I put it in my cart, but I couldn't pull the Trigger. There is a I got the Park TW01. and the Park TW014 and started to use them on my bike build. I have used this type of wrench before and didn't like it, but I decided to just bite the bullet and use something else. There is a I hated using them on crank arm bolts. I couldn't see the scale very well and the TW02 requires you to keep the handle balanced in the neutral position when using it. I found it hard to do this because of the crank. You have to tighten the bolts slowly because you have to rotate the arms. I thought it was a pain, but I wasn't sure of the Torque I had applied. There is a I had no problem tightening the stem plate, but the issue with the crank bolts really bugged me. I didn't think the Torque was correct. I bought the Venzo after returning the Park TW01. There is a I saw a sticker when I removed the wrench from the case. I like that, but I know it could be wrong. There is a So... I decided to tighten it up. I have a small Ritchey tool that is just a straight 5Nm setting and I have used it on my stem bolts before. There is a Venzo, please work. I went to the steering tube stem bolts, set the dial to 5Nm, and then clicked the next bolt. Next, click on the whole stem. Good first test. I have to turn a little before the click to make sure I hit the bolt, but that is ok. No fear of damaging anything here. The crank arm bolts are for the compact crank. Set the dial and begin. Is it going to turn too far, I have to turn this a little more. Click. Move to another bolt. Click after 1/2 turn. I knew I had not properly Torqued those bolts with the TW02. The tool seems to be well built and this is a good kit. I think the hard core Park Tool guys will be interested in this. I'm tired of it. I can't say anything about the tools' quality, but they are all I will ever need for my bike. There are a couple of things that I will need to get a heavier tool for, but that is ok. I am going to buy a Kobalt at the store. I have had one before and they are good. There is a Hope this helps someone make a decision. I would have spent a lot of time and stress if not for those outlier reviews. Sometimes reviews can really suck. I hope this one doesn't. .
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