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Park Tool P-Handled Hex Wrench Set with Holder - 8pc

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Item # PAR0265

Do it right the first time.

The Park Tool P-Handled Hex Wrench Set with Holder gives you way more torque for tough hex screws. Stop mangling important hardware and making you life tougher. The Park Tool P-Handled Hex Wrench is the right tool for the toughest jobs.

  • Includes 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10mm sizes
  • Wrenches are made from high torque industrial steel and through hardened for long life
  • Long shaft of each wrench fitted with Bondhus Balldriver tip
  • Short end is chamfered for high torque applications
  • Shaft lengths are optimally selected to minimize the wind-up and flex experienced with longer wrenches
  • Included holder easily mounts to wall or bench

Tech Specs

[handle] nylon, [shaft] steel
Recommended Use:
wrenching on your bike
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited lifetime

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Great Wrenches

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you are working on multiple bikes this is a great set of wrenches to invest in. They feel great in your hand and the ball tip makes it great for those hard to reach areas. If you need more leverage just flip it around.

So nice to have

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Been using small wrenches from hardware stores for years and they are junk. These T handles are so nice! The rack keeps everything organized. Love it

Have a quiver of bikes?

    Bet you wrench a lot. This set makes all those jobs go quicker than working with a tri-hex. You can really break tough bolts loose and get the right torque with the added leverage.

    Have a quiver of bikes?