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|by bilbo||Date Added: Thursday 28 August, 2014|
just what i needed, shipped quickly...
|by Peter Kowalewska||Date Added: Monday 25 August, 2014|
Needed this to take off EX500 axle and it did the trick.
|by sontheshore||Date Added: Saturday 16 August, 2014|
The description is inaccurate as I had surmised. It is not 11 mm long, but has a cross hexagonal measure of 11 mm. I bought it to repair the internal workings of a SRAM cassette on the rear wheel of an almost 10 year old FUJI bicycle. Local hardware store had Hex Wrenches only up to 10 MM. As it turns out the measure of the internal fitting which would release the cassette was not 11 mm, but probably 12. The wrench did, however, with a bit of twist, catch some resistance and released the internal prawls which had somehow seized. Surprisingly, the wrong tool did the job right without the need to remove the cassette completely! The rear cassette and bike as a whole now work well. It's the only road bike I know that has survived both hurricanes and Katrine in NOL and Sandy in NJ.
|by Toolman||Date Added: Thursday 24 July, 2014|
Made in the USA and in my experience stronger, tougher, and longer lasting than other first class American, German, and Japanese Hex L-Wrenches which all outclass the junk from China which will round off trying to break loose seized Grade 8 or stronger bolts. Bondhus (if torqued beyond prudence) will either round the bolt's socket or break the head off a seized bolt which will not turn.
|by james leach||Date Added: Thursday 03 July, 2014|
Big Allen wrench
|by Feral||Date Added: Friday 30 May, 2014|
Confused how a wrench makes good coffee? Maybe you dont need to buy a wrench then, just call a man out.its a wrench, it works, seems good quality.