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Crank BrothersY-Tool 16


Item # CRN001E

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Item # CRN001E

Y-Tool 16

The Crank Brothers Y-Tool 16 is practically a portable workshop, with almost every tool you might need on the trail. Tucked away inside the compact stainless steel package is a variety of hex wrenches, Torx bits, and screwdrivers, along with an 8-, 9-, and 10-speed chain tool, CO2 inflator, and two spoke wrenches. If you can think of anything else you'll need, you're far more prepared than the rest of us.

Tech Specs
Handlestainless steel
ScrewdriversPhillips #2, flat #2
Other ToolsCO2 inflator, Torx t-25, t-10, hex wrenches (2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8), spoke wrenches (0, 1), chain tool (8, 9, and 10 speed)
Recommended Usebike maintenance
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime

Claimed Weight

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260 g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great tool needs a small seat pack.

I've put it through the wringer

My two most common trail problems are solved with a link and a chain tool, or a tube and a CO2. There are also bike adjustments that are much easier with a Y tool than an awkward hex wrench off a multi tool that never fits anywhere. But the tool is heavy. It could be lighter with better metal, for a Jersey. Great in my camelback, but I’d rather have a tiny Velcro seat sock to keep it in. I made one out of gorilla tape that works great, but it would be better with a real one.

>Rating: 2

Pretty large

I returned this product before using it

I ended up getting this thinking it could maybe slip into a back pocket or something for a ride. Turns out it is quite large. Probably an adequate tool and decent if you want to throw into a Camelbak or the like but don't bank on being able to fit this into a pocket. I returned the item given the bulkiness.