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A versatile pedal wrench for regular shop use, with15 mm and 9/16 inch open ends.
- A versatile pedal wrench for regular shop use.
- 15 mm and 9/16 inch open ends.
- The extra long tubular section handle will resist flexing and it is vinyl dipped for comfort and a secure grip.
- Made from Cr-Mo steel.
- Reinforced at the spanner openings for a stronger longer life.
- Park Tool
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Top Customer Reviews
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Good quality Park Tools product.
Plenty of leverage in the handle and it is very well made.
The wrench feels strong and sturdy under use and will last many years of use.
One of the basic tools everyone should have!
Before I purchased this I was using a normal wrench. Anyone that has tried to remove a stuck pedal with a regular wrench knows there just isn't enough leverage. After using this I was able to get off a pair of vintage pedals that had been bugging me for days.
Great if you don't need a chain whip
I had a set of pedals that needed to be taken off, but whoever the monkey (or gorilla) was that put them on the first time either didn't grease them, or just tightened the hell out of them. I managed to snap a multi tool trying to do it with an allen key. Then tried it with the pedal wrench/chain whip combo one with no luck. This one however because of the long handle allows you to generate a lot more torque and take pedals off with ease. It is however lacking a whip so if you have one great, if not might be more expensive in the long run