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Park Tool Professional Hex Wrench Set - HXS-1.2

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Item # PAR0259

Bikes break all the time. Your tools shouldn't.

You use your hex wrenches more than any other tools. Because of this they get rounded-off and mangles more than any other tools. The Park Tool HXS-1.2 Professional Hex Wrench Set is precison-machined from super-tough Bondhus Protanium so you'll get years of use out of your hex wrenches. Yup, even the 5mm.

  • Includes 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10 mm sizes
  • Wrench tips are precision chamfered for a clean, tight fit
  • Made from industrial-quality Bondhus Protanium high torque steel


  • Comes with 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10-millimeter hex wrenches
  • Constructed from Bondhus Protanium high torque steel
  • Balldriver tip on long arm (excluding 10-millimeter), straight tip on short arm
  • Precision-chamfered tips for a precise fit

Tech Specs

Material:
Bondhus Protanium (steel)
Recommended Use:
maintenance

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5 5

Not just for professionals!

You don't have to be a pro wrench to own this luxurious set of hex wrenches. They are jet black, and they match your black stealthed-out bike. You now you want them.

5 5

add to your collection

Biking a resort the other weekend, the bolts in my front cassette get loose. My multi-tool can't fit in and give the appropriate torque. I go to the shop and they pull these out, tighten all 6 bolts in less than a minute. I came home and bought these. I won't make the mistake again of going out with loose bolts.