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Park Tool Advanced Mechanic Tool Kit

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Item # PAR0024

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Fix it all.

This is Park’s big kahuna for home mechanics. All you need is a truing stand and work stand and you’re just as ready to do serious maintenance to your bike as most local bike shops. 37 heavy duty, shop-strength tools including TL-1, CT-3, SW-0/1/3, TB-1, GP-2, AWS-1, AWS-3, HR-8, CBW-1, CBW-4, BBT-2, CCP-2, CCW- 14R, HCW-15 (2), CM-3, CC-2, CNW-1, PPL-1, SR-1, FR-5, PW-3, SCW-20, SBC-1, CN-4, and GSC-1.

Tech Specs

Hex Wrench:
2 mm, 2.5 mm, 3 mm, 4 mm, 5 mm, 6 mm, 8 mm
Box End Wrench:
8 mm, 9 mm
Open End Wrench:
8 mm, 9 mm, 10 mm, 11 mm
Spoke Wrench:
3 philips, 1 flathead
Chain Tool:
Tire Levers:
Cable Cutters:
Other Tools:
Bottom Bracket & Freehub Lockring, Bottom Bracket for 16 notch external crankset system cups, Cartridge Bottom Bracket Tool, Chain Checker Chain Wear Indicator, Crank Puller for Splined Octalink & ISIS Drive, Crank Wrench with 14mm Socket / 8mm Hex, Synthetic Blend Clain Lube, Cyclone Chain Cleaner, Cable Cutter, Chainring Nut Wrench, Cassette Lockring Tool, Pre-Glued Patch Kit, GearClean Brush, PolyLube 1000 Grease, Professional Pedal Wrench, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19mm Professional Shop Cone Wrench, Chain Whip & Freewheel / Lockring Wrench
Recommended Use:
bike repair
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Is this the older ak-37 or the newer ak-38?...

Is this the older ak-37 or the newer ak-38? the picture shows the 37 . . .

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what is the weight of the box fully loaded...

what is the weight of the box fully loaded with included tools? Thanks :)

4 5

This will come in handy

I decided I dont want to have to rely on a bike shop to dial my bike in, so I bought this set. The tools are good quality, and there is room in the box for more tools.

5 5

Great starter kit

Great starter kit for at home wrenching or to keep in the back of the car for traveling. Has all the essentials. I would recommend purchasing a good torq wrench as well (with multiple heads).

4 5

Spend a lot of money now, save tons of money later

Everything you need to eliminate petty trips to the annoying LBS with their hotshot 19-year old know-it-alls is right here. Every tool for any minor to moderate repair job is included. Forget about those $20-50 repairs for a misaligned wheel or whacked out derailleur. With this set, you can be your own mechanic and save tons of money in the long run. You can install bottom brackets, change out wheel hubs, and overhaul your drive train. The chain whip and crank wrench will make excellent melee weapons should the occasional burglar break into your home. You'd better have a flashlight though, because the included tool box is made with black and dark blue materials, which makes finding the BLACK AND DARK BLUE tools a pain in the butt in anything but ideal lighting. However, if you're forking over 300 bucks for this set, you probably wont bat an eyelash to invest in a real tool box, in which case the Park Tool makes an excellent lunch box. If you're like me, biking through heaven and hell day in day out, this set is a must have. Just remember to save your Huck n Roll gorilla sticker for a real tool box.

4 5

Perfect starter kit

First bike tool kit after a year of riding and telling myself it's time to work on my own bike. This has everything, comes with some instructions, but I'd recommend pairing them with a good book if your a newbie at wrenching. I think it would be nice to throw some lock tight in there and a torque wrench. Everything else is of the standard Park Tool fine quality. Box is limited in space, and won't really fit the chain cleaner in it conveniently, especially if your adding other tools and brining it around with you. I usually have it in the truck when riding. I say get rid of the cheap tire levers and get a shop lever in there. Also you get a brilliant chain cleaner that does the job just right, but you don't get any Park Tool Citrus cleaner (what they recc'd) but soapy warm water has worked thus far.

Bottom line is although it may be bad to have to use all of the tools in here, I am certainly looking forward to it.