The CHROME finish is for ultimate rust prevention. Double sided wrench works as 3 wrench with different specifications, 15/16/17mm, designed specifically for bicycle pedals. The material is made from precision steel with easy grip plastic handle. The long plastic handle for easy holding increases the moment of force and makes it easy for bike maintenance and repair. The anti-sLIP grip is made of metal. The offset design of the anti-slip grip helps save hands and knuckles from scratches, not as the traditional straight shape. The instructions are given. The wrench should be used in the direction that the front wheel points for installing the pedal.
👤I thought I could get some value out of this because it has three different sizes on one wrench. I knew from previous experiences that a 15mm wrench doesn't have enough leverage to get the Torque you need to remove pedals. The metal is soft so it ended up being a one use. The pedal wrench kept slipping, so it took quite a few tries to get them loosened. The metal is so soft that the wrench will not get damaged from the Torque on both ends. The damage was not caused by trying to turn it in the wrong way. The forces on the pedals should have been easy to remove. I've learned my lesson. Don't pay too much for bike tools. You can spend the extra money and get a Park Tools pedal wrench which will do the job right the first time, and last you a long time.
👤I have gotten low-cost bike tools online before, and they usually turn out to be useless junk, or even worse, a piece of garbage. Not this wrench! I was surprised at how well made it was. This heavy-duty wrench is large enough for a good grip and weighs almost 10 ounces. The ends of the wrench are offset so that the handle is not flush with the surface of the object you are trying to tighten. I was able to change out the pedals on my kids bike with this wrench. I lent out my old wrench, but haven't gotten it back yet. I have a new one so it doesn't matter. If you have something that is really tight, I recommend getting some penetrating oil in there before you try to loosen it. If you can, try to get as much leverage on the wrench by extending it with a metal tube or a breaker-bar, that way you can exert more force without damaging your tools. I think this is a good wrench that will last me a long time. Unless I lend it to someone.
👤The steel gave way before I could get my second pedal off my bike. The ends of the tool parted. The quality was poor.
👤The tool is garbage. The first pedal was stripped. Don't buy this item, find another suitable tool. I don't believe I can return the item since it looks damaged.
👤I got some pedals for my bike but they couldn't be put on with a key. I came across this one and it worked great. It is well made and does a good job. If you're looking for a cheap pedal wrench, I suggest you check this one out.
👤I was trying to find a place that could help me tighten my bike paddle. Couldn't find anything that fit. I thought to give it a try after finding this one. I am very happy that I tried it. I was going to throw my bike away. I think it's too soon to comment on its strength. I will use it 3-4 times more in my review. It seems good for now.
The common bicycle chains are suitable for most of the bicycles. It's a good fit for any brand bottom brackets. The quality of the steel used in the bike crank extractor/puller ensures that it won't damage the teeth. It's suitable for any 20 teeth type bottom brackets and Standard Square crank sets. The bike bottom brackets can be removed with either a 24mm sockets, wrench or an adjusted spanner. It is ideal for any home bike mechanic. The bicycle crank removal tool set is long lasting.
👤This was bought to remove the crank arms from the bike. The piece that screws into the arm appears to be very strong and well-constructed. It was threaded into the correct position. The threads are not well-defined, and the sockets/bolt portion that is tightened against the end of the crank's shaft doesn't seem to be hardened. There is a If you screw one into the other as a dry fit test, the two pieces will fit together. The first attempt to remove the crank was unsuccessful as I couldn't get enough Torque with the included wrench. I had to use a longer wrench for my second attempt because I had to separate the two parts. The bolt/socket piece was stuck in the darker colored part because of the force used in the extraction attempt. The pieces had to be separated with two tools. I had applied grease to the threads, but it didn't help. I didn't observe any obvious damage to the threads, but I think that the slightly inferior material may have allowed this binding condition to develop during the stress of Torque application. There is a The binding between the two pieces was repeated at each attempt to remove the two cranks. I feel that this was a decent deal, as compared to the more expensive tools that can be obtained. I'll probably never use this tool again, because the need won't be there. If I was in a position where I needed to use this type of tool on a regular basis, I would choose a higher quality tool.
👤The tool worked well. I think people have problems because the cranks on the bicycles are dirty and frozen in place. Before you start, take the inner bolt out of the tool and put the outer part into the crankset. The threads may be dirty and the tool may not work. You may have to do a series of back offs and tightens to get the tool all the way down into the crankset. Don't cross thread. Put the inner bolt in the tool when it's screwed in. The crankset may be tight and you may need a bigger wrench to pull it. A bigger wrench may be able to remove the threads from the crankset. You can use a hammer to tap the inner bolt and crankset. The tapping will loosen things up. The best way to tighten the bolt is to tap. The tight crankset came off without a big wrench when I did this a few times. I did not use the bottom puller.
👤If you know what you are doing you will not have any issues with this tool. I almost didn't buy it because of previous reviews, but I decided to buy it anyway. The secret to removing 3 piece cranks is to thread the tool all the way onto the crank arms until it bottoms out, then tighten the center bolt. Once you have a medium amount of pressure on the center bole, you can use a rubber mallet and tap the crank arm a few times from the inside out to loosen it. Work smart not hard.
A black bike tool bag is a gift. A black bike tool bag is a must have for bike repair. You can carry all the maintenance tools with this bike bag. It can be used as a traveling tool kit to help fix bikes when you are outside. How convenient. There are 19 precision tools, including a Universal Chain Breaker tool, open wrench, and flat screwdriver. It is easy to take anywhere with Slimline Profile, it is 3” wide, 2” deep and weighs just 6.5oz. This bike tool is military grade and can take a beating. It was made from high-tensile steel. A lifetime manufacturer's warranty is offered by the vibrelli multitools. Cyclists designed the building to last.
👤I got the Crank Bros m19 instead of returning it, and I'm very happy with that choice. You need a PIA to open the flask/case thingy that comes with the Crank Bros tool. This comes with a small pouch and a small tin filled with tire patches that you can slide into the loop on the back of the pouch. It's the same as the Crank Bros tool. Don't pay more for less, get this one.
👤I want minimalist tools for biking. I put together an emergency kit. It was heavy in my jersey and still lacked a chain tool, glueless patches, and quick link. This multitool kit is mostly for me. My goal is to get to my house. I have a lot of tools and parts. I did a quick trial and it works well. It covers all of my wrench sizes. I made a modification to add a small loop. I use it to hold the patch kit. I cinched it to my jersey pocket. To strap it under my saddle. The case for the patch kit could have had a pocket placed on it. I would deduct a star, but I can't because it was a nice bonus and the tin can be refilled or the patches swapped to another brand in the future. You're set if you slip a quick link and tire boot in the case. I was on the Topeak multitool 20 until I read the reviews. There is a I improved my strap configuration. I fed a second through the belt loop after keeping the original. My last two pictures have it in the position of my last one. It's very secure, the tool can be accessed, and it has worked great on my test rides.
👤I was looking for a multi tool that I could carry with me. I was looking at crank bros. I think about 7 dollars more. I found this one. The reviews were good so I gave it a try. It is built to last and has everything you need to get home after a ride. If you bring a spare tube, tire lever and small pump, you'll never get stranded. The chain breaker tool is a 5 stars, but it flops around when you try to tighten or loosen it. I've used almost every tool on this site, from chain breaker to spoke wrench, and everything works great. I loosened my pedals with a hammer at the end of the tool and it didn't cause any damage to the tool. I lost it on a ride. I bought another one because I liked it so much. You can't go wrong buying this product.
👤I have been using a phone mount on my mountain bike. It's easy to get the phone out of it and it has never failed me. I decided to try their multi-tool since I had a lot of success with it. The pieces that are critical are Allen wrench, chain tool, screw drivers and even open wrench. There is a I like the slim design, it's easy to fit in my saddle bag with a tube, a couple of CO2 and tire irons, but it doesn't feel cheap or flimsy. There is a The chain tool is strong enough to break the chain link and you can use the entire tool to get the Torque you need. They built a spoke tightener and open wrench set into the chain tool to keep weight and size down. There is a case with a belt look option. I love it!
1 extra iddle pin is included. The bike chain tools can be used to check your bicycle chain. The bicycle chain tool includes a bicycle chain link, a bicycle crank extractor, and a chain wear indicator tool. The bike chain spliter makes it easier to remove pins from your bike chain while keeping it in place to prevent it from moving. It can be used with single speed bicycle chains to install and remove pins. Bike link pliers allow you to quickly and easily remove and join links in your bike chain. The anti-slip handles give you a firm grip and allow you to both open and close the chain. The official wear limit for the chain is 1.0 for use with steel pinions and 0.75 for use with hardened steel. Bicycle missing chain link: 1 pair for 6/7/8 speed bike missing link, 1 pair for 9 speed bike missing link, and 1 pair for 10 speed bike missing link. It is made of durable steel and can be used for a long time.
👤I own and work on many bikes. I purchased this set because I was in need of something fast. I own higher quality tools. Good ones were not available. This set is perfect for a person who only works on their kids bike occasionally and only uses the tools here. The bike chain breaker tool is a bad thing. I decided to change my chain just to see if it was good. I was able to break apart 2 links of chain before the threads on the tightener were removed. If you just need it for the occasional maintenance of your bike, you can't beat the price of this set. This is not the set for you if you race BMX and work on your bike frequently.
👤I thought of the rest as bonus gifts when I bought this set. The pin on the press is not straight, so when you turn the handle it will not center on the pin in the chain link. The side plate will be pressed on. It comes with a spare pin. The spare was not straight. The handle became very hard to turn after I got it to sit on the pin. It took its own threads out of the pressure. The threads are eating each other and it is hard to turn with nothing in it. The metal used to make this tool is close to dough. This was the first time I used the box. The master link pliers look ok, the brush probably does its job. The missing links need to be straightened. The included tools are soft and poor quality.
👤I bought this mainly for the chain breaker and the pliers were extra, I thought it was a good value. The chain breaker doesn't work. The handle wouldn't turn past a point, so I thought I was doing something wrong. It seemed like I was doing everything right and I was getting frustrated. It wasn't working. The pin is not straight and I realized it. Went to buy a different tool and was able to complete the task. This is junk and mine is not usable. I would recommend a better chain breaker.
👤I needed a few tools and this was a good deal. The Bike Chain Breaker Splitter was the only thing that didn't work as expected and it fell apart. It did the job, but is no longer usable. There is a Don't expect the highest quality tools because the price was so low. It did the job and the rest of the tools are adequate.
👤I tried to break a Zonkie chain. I used a bench vise to hold the tool and a pipe wrench to turn the handle because it wouldn't budge the pin by hand. I kept using the pipe wrench to turn the screw even though I knew the handle would fail. It failed by breaking in half. I hope a more expensive tool will be able to move the pin. I wonder if anyone gave this a 5 star rating. The chain wear tool seems to work well, and the bike link pliers opened the quick Master Link on the old chain.
The bike water bottle holder is made in the USA. The kit includes a mini bike pump, bike multitool, bike patch kit, metal rasp, bike tire lever, and bike bag. It is a must have for mountain bike accessories, as well as bicycle kit, bike tool kit, bike tire repair kit, bicycle tool kit, bike repair multitool and bicycle accessories. The essential bicycle indoor and outdoor tire repair tool is the bike repair kit with pump and bag. The kit includes a bicycle tube repair patch tool for mechanics, emergency kit, trek bicycle, mtb bmx professional survival accessory, and more. The bicycle tools kit is used to repair road bikes and mountain bikes. The mini bike pump is made of high-quality PVC, durable and lightweight, supports both Presta & Schrader valve, reach riding pressure with 30% fewer strokes compared to conventional mini bicycle pumps, bike tire pump, bike air pump. If you don't like the bike repair tool kit, you can get a full refund or a free replacement.
👤I wish I'd listened to the negative reviews. I bought this at the beginning of summer. I thought it would be good to have a small pump with us in case of a flat. The pump will inflate a tire up to a point, but stops working when I want it to be inflated to a proper level. I gave up trying to use it to add air to the tires of our bikes and took them to a gas station to add air. The patch kit that was advertised as being included was not included. The product seems like a good idea in theory, but it doesn't work out in practice, at least the one I received.
👤I needed a small hand held pump and I thought this was the one. I should have read the reviews. I have had this pump, used it a few times, but it broke down in my living room, it was no good to use anymore, thank God I wasn't on the trail. There is no way to fix my images. I will never buy anything like this again. I would like a refund. People should spend the extra money if they find a better product.
👤It was not of money. The only thing that made this look worthwhile was the punch. The stitching on the velcro was so bad that it wouldn't hold up for long and the cost of the velcro was so cheap that it wouldn't hold up for long. After that, the pump would be bent or broken in to push the valve in the right. The cool looking 2 sided multi wrench would work a few times, but it was cheap mix metal that would strip your bolts fast. The patch kit is a sticker patch. The levers are useless, they will break on a beaded tire more than on a folding tire. The only thing worth anything in this kit is the multi tool. It was missing from mine, so you should just buy the multi tool itself.
👤More and less than I expected. The hand pump is very sturdy. I thought it would be cheaper in person. I put the bike together with this set more to say that it definitely includes every general bolt, wrench, or sockets. The multi tool is metal and tough plastic and has been surprisingly sturdy so far. It keeps it a little loose. I'm an amateur but this seems to be all I need. There is a I commute to my city with a Schwinn hybrid. Depending on the day, it can be 8-22 miles a day.
👤I researched many bike kits before I bought this one. It seems to have everything I need. I have to test it on Sunday. Fail! I have a flat in Raleigh. No problem. The Presta valve has an air pump on it. The tire wouldn't hold air, so I tried to work it out. I popped off the wheel, pulled out the tire levers, and they just bent! Not strong at all. They tried to put them under the tire, but they couldn't. They bent backwards. I called my wife and asked for a ride home. I already have some of the tools I'll replace the parts with. I like the way it hangs on the bar on the bike and there are a lot of neat things in the kit, but as far as usable, it wasn't a good purchase.
The driving pin is replaceable. New information and topics support the modern cycle mechanic. The instructions for hundreds of repairs are contained in the BBB-4. Calvin Jones is the Director of Education at the Park Tool, one of the world's leading authorities on bicycle repair and maintenance.
👤The videos from Park Tool have been watched by me. How could a book be better than those? After adjusting the front and rear derailleurs using the 4th ed. I can assure you that the written instructions are just as good as the step by step instructions, and you don't have to run back and forth between computer and garage for what you need to know. I wish I'd gotten it a long time ago.
👤When I wanted a deeper dive into the park tool videos, I thought this book would be the ticket. It's thin, like a nice coffee table book, and I've found that the content is the same as what is available on the Park Tool website. I feel like a sucker. This book is the fourth edition and I could have gotten an older edition for less.
👤The title on the side of the book caught my attention, and I received this book today. The 4th edition was printed the wrong way. I wonder what the first edition looks like. I scanned the book and found it to be a good bicycle repair manual. I would love to learn new skills. This book is complimentary to Park Tool's channel because I just learned that.
👤Calvin's 4th edition is a great reference. It starts out with the basics that anyone doing mechanical work would need to know. The different systems in a modern bicycle are worked on. I used the book well and enjoyed it. My bikes are riding better than new. Calvin, thank you for the reference manual.
👤This book covers a wide range of technologies and provides a reference of knowledge of things like Torque specifications, component formats, and appropriate tools and techniques. Every year, bikes change. The tools and techniques used to maintain them are constantly changing. Many of us still own and love the older systems because of their simplicity, low weight, and just plain comfort. In the book, you'll find current technologies like dropper seat posts, integrated headsets, and electronic derailleur systems. Unless you own an e-bike, this book does not cover any of the parts on your bike. Maintaining and upgrading your bike is something that is very important to you. This book will show you step-by-step how to do it, and it will save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars over a lifetime of riding.
👤It was well written and organized. Many high quality pictures. The book explains in simple and clear terms the different component products made by different companies. The repair and operation of popular and high-end parts can be seen in the photos. The images show how the specific Park tool is used to effect the technique and sequence. The Park website has videos, but I like the book to identify my plan and understanding, then I watch the videos to further solidify my success.
👤I have never worked on a bike before, but I used this and some videos to re-fit an old 90's era bike with modern tech. I am happy to have it in my library.
100% money back guarantee. There is a quality guarantee for 12 months. They want you to be happy with your new bicycle repair tool kit and they will do everything in their power to make sure you are happy with them. The shop chain tool is used in bike shops. It is compatible with all 5-to-12-speed chains. It is compatible with single-speed chains. The investment-cast steel body has a comfortable handle. The driving pin is replaceable.
👤The tip of the tool snapped off as I was breaking an 8 speed chain. A tip snaps on second use if you spend this much. Park tools was very professional and sent out a replacement tip after I contacted them. They included detailed instructions which should prevent this problem in the future.
👤It is easy to break this. It was used once and broke very easily. I used a mini version and have no issues. I don't understand why I would think these were value-added. There is a Hopefully the new tip will last longer.
👤I bent the tool while removing the pin from my chain, and pushed the pin out to make it easier to fit my new chain. Everything was lined up, but not sure where the issue was. I bought a small multi-tool at my local bike store and it works perfectly for the rest of my chain installation, and it's small enough to fit in my backpack. There is a The mechanic said that they were usually pretty sturdy, even though this tool broke. The return and refund was easy to return.
👤The work of chain repair is quick. The KMC X10 chain pins are very strong. I had a Bell Brand chain tool in my tool kit, but never used it. I thought I was prepared when my chain started binding. The Bell chain tool broke. The Bell Brand tool broke at the anvil, like SuperMan bending a bar of steel. I realized why the Bell Brand tool broke after ordering the Park tool. The KMC Chain is made of concrete. It took a lot of force to remove the pins. The Park tool chuckled. The floating link holder on the Park Tool is very nice.
👤The pin broke from the crank the second time I used it. If you're interested in buying this, don't, I didn't have it for a day and a brand new chain tool was thrown in the trash. It broke on me the very first day and I made sure nothing was broken or wrong with it.
👤Chain tools are not pretty. This one is easy to use and well built. It gets the job done quickly and efficiently. Does it cost more than others? You can't argue that. It's worth it because it lasts and makes your life easier. There is a If you want to spend less, you will end up buying different chain tools over time. If you want to do it right, buy this one and then use it.
👤I had previously purchased a cheap chainbreaker, but it was hard to use and required using pliers to push the pin out, so I used a different type of chainbreaker. The pin broke off after several uses. I bought this tool. It is sturdy and feels like it will last forever, like all the other Park tools. I replaced an old chain that was rusty and worked well. It's easy to push out the pin without using pliers. It was smooth and easy. I should have bought this one first. I like Park tools. They feel like they will work forever, even though they are a bit more expensive.
The pre-applied rubber patch can be used to repair a punctured tire without the need for additional glue, and it is guaranteed to be 100% satisfied for 30 days. The bike repair tool kit set is made of high quality carbon steel, some parts of the tool surface are plated with nickel, and it is very durable. The bottom toothbrush REMOVER. The bottom brackets can be removed with 20 teeth and are made of carbon steel and nickel plated. CRANK EXTRACTOR: It's suitable for square tapered crank sets, it's easy to install and use, and it's extendable for removing chain-rings and crank. It works for all common bicycle chains and has a double driving pin for easy chain breaking. The free wastewater REMOVER is. Remove the wheel from the bike with 12 teeth, if you have a wrench or an adjustment wrench, or if you have multiple-freewheels and other tower wheels.
This product is produced for experience, it is the most convenient bicycle indoor and outdoor tire repair. The chain rivet extractor, Dust cap wrench, chainring nut wrench, and tire lever are included. A set of 2 pieces, including an 8mm key wrench and a pedal wrench. The spoke wrench was 0.130'''. The B.B. tool is in a container. The patch kit has a Torque wrench. T10 T25 2 2.5 3 4 5 6 8 PH2 are included. You can order now and pay free. They can provide a 2 years warranty for their product. It was made in Taiwan.
👤These are not high quality tools. A couple is not good. The lock ring remover has rough edges. The thing couldn't fit and left my cassette lockrings mostly shredded. It's useless on the front rotor because it's not made to fit over 20mm. There is a I had to use a lockring with the teeth on the outside of it, which had chips and peeling paint, and a wrench, which was slightly larger than the lockring, to fix the front rotor. I'm throwing the levers. They are useless without a spoke hook. My 30 year old tire levers do a better job. I found the chain rivet extractor to be the most useful of the bunch, even though the surface of the pin was removed every time I used it. It comes with an extra pin. There is a The others are adequate for a lot of people. These tools are not made with precision. They are likely stamped or molded by automated machines, so they have sharp edges. If you want high quality tools, pay more.
👤My husband and I bought bikes for ourselves so that we could get out of the house and get some fresh air. We did it ourselves at home because we couldn't go to the store to have them assemble our bikes. I first saw a bicycle repair kit on another website and after talking to my husband, we decided to look for one that would fit our needs and not break the bank. There is a The day after his bike came, we received this kit. We were able to figure out which tool to use. The wrench felt stripped when we used it for my bike, and it felt like it was a one-use only tool. This could be an operator malfunction and not the tool. There is a tool in the kit that worked better than we needed. I had to cut the cover so that I could save the pictures and tools in the case. The paper insert is used for See's candy boxes. We did okay putting our bikes together. We rode a bike around the neighborhood for 45 minutes and everything stayed the same. Win for us! This is a good tool kit for the money. It suited my husband and I. For us, it didn't have to be.
👤The kit is great for the price. It is exactly what I was hoping for, just got mine today. When buying a bicycle repair kit, I was concerned that 75% of it would be tools I already own. I own a few of the tools in the kit, but most of them are specific to bikes that I don't. Quality is almost exactly what I expected. You're not getting Park/Snap-on quality, because this is an under $50 kit. These are high quality and will last a long time.
👤The kit gave me everything I needed to maintain my hubs and rear sprocket. I need a crescent wrench, but you should probably have one of those as well. The tools in this set are of good quality. The case is better quality than you would expect for a tool kit of this price. The reason I dinged 1 star was because the screw drivers are poor quality and should probably be avoided. The torx wrench is of good quality, but it doesn't fit in my discs very well.
This is a great gift for any biker, outdoor enthusiast, handyman, or anyone else who wants to be prepared for anything life throws at them. Disc-Brake-Rotor-Friendly T-25 Wrench There are seven different wrench sizes. A universal chain tool. Four spoke wrench sizes.
👤This is the perfect tool for trailside repairs. This tool is perfect in a pinch and does not replace any of the ones you would typically use back at home for more thorough repairs. There is a Some reviewers have noted that some people have complained about the tool's longevity. The tool should last a long time if used correctly and at a correct angle. I was amazed by how light the weight was. You would think that it weighed more than a few pounds. I would say it weighs what it should for something that is both durable and functional. There is a It's small, it's handy, it's durable, and it's perfect for what it's used for. Make sure that the bolts on the side are kept tight and don't let it get wet or rusty. It will take care of you for a long time if you take care of it.
👤The initial look of the tool did not last long. It is like there is no tomorrow. The first time it rusted, I wiped it down and used a rust removal product. I let it sit until it was dry. The bag that I lived in for 2 more months was more rusted than it was the first time. There is a If you carry it, it will rust and make a mess. I don't think you should buy this again and I can't recommend you to buy it either.
👤I've owned this for a long time. I have been waiting for the chance to put it to a real test and review it. I think the regular maintenance I do on my bikes pays off. I have never had to use this on a ride. Never. I've ridden with riders who needed to borrow it to service their bikes. Everyone that has used it has asked where they can get one, it's been a solid tool. I don't know what the competing brands are anymore because it's been so long since I purchased this. I can't tell you if this is the most current version. Several people have used this tool and it has worked well. I never leave it behind.
👤The chainbreaker failed me on the ride when my chain broke. The only repair option was a chain tool. Couldn't break the chain. Went home. There is a After I got home, I tried out my collection of chain tools on a scrap chain. I could get the Crank Brothers to work under ideal conditions. The design of the Crank Brothers was not as good as other mini tools, and it was not as comfortable. There is a The Crank Brothers tools were the most difficult to use in my tests. There is a The Park bench tool won hands down, as did the Lezyne multi-tool and the ParkCT-5 mini brute. There are recommendations for field chain repair. Get a discarded chain from your local bike shop to practice on before using an emergency chain tool. Don't go cheap on emergency chain tools, carry a separate dedicated chain tool and use Crank Brothers otherwise very nice multi-tool without chain tool. If you are happy with the performance of Park, Topeak, Lezyne, Pedros, or Crank Brothers, then you should be happy with it. Low cost tools seem to be poorly designed and less likely to perform well when you need them the most.
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. Fasten and tighten bike parts with correct Torque between 4, 5 and 6 Nm. Includes four most commonly used tools and a T 25 to cover most adjustments on the bike. Attaching a click out mechanic to your bike part will prevent it from being damaged by over-tightening a bolt. Once the Torque exceeds the settings, the tool will click out. Each tool is recorded with a serial number. Please note. They can't recommend the correct settings for each part because they have their own preferred ones. The sturdy elmoMIC handle is made with steel internals and has a Torque mechanism. It is easy to store it in your tool box or bike bag for last minute adjustments at home or on the road. There are additional tool bits in the tool. If you have a product issue, they are very happy to either replace orRefund your item. If you have a product issue, they are very happy to either replace orRefund your item.
👤It took me a long time to buy a bicycle-specific driver. This makes adjusting bars, stems, saddles and headsets much simpler. The driver has four bits you're most likely to encounter when making adjustments on your bike, however it will accept any standard 1/4" hex bit. It also covers 4, 5, and 6nm settings, which is a good range for its intended purpose. There is a The cap is easy to use. It keeps the bits in the driver when not in use. It does not fall out on its own, which is a common complaint of the Park version. There is a I found it annoying that it requires an Allen wrench to change the Torque setting, but in the end I really enjoy the fact that it can't be done by accident. The allen key is attached to the handle of the tool. There is a The seatpost tends to get in the way of the T-handle when it's time to tighten the bolts. I've found that the common 1/4" bit holders that you'd use with a power drill are good for getting the driver bit into tight spaces. If your bike has any bolts that can only be accessed at an angle, you could invest in ball-end bits. There is a I find this useful for the price, and a great investment against stripping the threads out of expensive components due to over-tightening.
👤I bought this for my mountain bike. The size of my bike pedal is made of hard dense plastic. It comes with four heads. Three Allen and one Torx. It comes with a wrench that is needed to change the settings. If you have a strong grip, you can change the settings. It was small enough to fit in my pack. Park Tools is a good choice.
👤The description of the Marque tool is accurate. It is a wrench for bikes. Today's frames are made of titanium or carbon fiber. To little force and things like a seat post may slide, too much, and you might crush the seat post, or worse, strip the clamp and destroy the frame. The tool works. You can change it for 7,5,6 NM of Torque. It's easy to adjust, just turn the setting on the top. The 6mm wrench makes it easier to turn to the correct setting. It takes standard 1/2 inch bits, so you can use any size wrench or sockets you need. The handle is removed and it stores a few sizes. The tool is of the highest quality. It has a strong feel to it. There is a The tool is easy to use. Set the force and turn the tool. When you reach the right amount of force, it will click loudly. I checked it against a full-size wrench. It is perfect. Park and other companies make similar tools that cost a bit more. The Marque tool is just as good as any of them. It's a great tool for fastening bolts. Highly recommend!
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