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Item # PAR0131

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Item # PAR0131

You can stop throwing tools across the shop now.

Anyone who has dealt with a heavy, wire-bead DH or freeride tire knows how tough it can be to change it. The Park Tool TL-5 Heavy Duty Tire Lever Set (two levers) has what it takes to deal with this problem. Tight, stiff-bead tires that would snap plastic levers like twigs are no match for steel TL-5 Levers. Not only are they strong, but these heavy-duty tire levers are a full eight inches long for added leverage when you need it most.

Tech Specs
Tech Specs
Tire Levers
yes, two
Spoke Wrench
Box End Wrench
Hex Wrench
Open End Wrench
Recommended Use
tire removal

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Steel is Real

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

If you need and want tire levers..steel is the way to go baby! No breaking/snapping! if you're lucky, you won't even use these much, but when you need em', BAM!! Love these things!

Solid tool

    I was done with breaking levers when swapping out fat bike tires and wire bead DH tires. These are a great tool to have. I wish I would have picked these up years ago.

    Big levers for fat tires

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These jumbo levers are the perfect tool for working with fat bike tires and new and tight foldable road tires. Love them

    Heavy duty tool

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    No tire can match against these lever, just take into consideration these are not portable, jersey pocket is a no go for these

    Will get even those impossible tires off

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Great tire levers for any tool kit to get even the most difficult tires off.

    can't break 'em

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Simply the best for tight tires! They'll get the job done, no more plastic for me.

    The best!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    There is nothing worse than when youre out riding, way away from the trailhead, and you flat. Wait, yeah there is - flatting and then breaking a tire lever while trying to fix it. While alone.

    This solves that. Invest in peace of mind.

    Worth it if messing with tires often

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I run tubeless tires and am often messing with fixing punctures, etc. These things are an awesome must have if you're pulling tires on and off to re-seal, fix a puncture or re-seat. Worth it if you've been cursing at your small plastic lever in your Camelbak.


      Great for that tire that just won't budge, gives lots of extra leverage. Will mar the rim a bit, but usually not noticeable. The best thing about these levers is how excellent they are for removing dust and oil seals from your fork lowers. Literally the best tool for the job. Rounded tip won't damage the bores like a screwdriver would.

      You want a lever? That's a lever!

        These things are burly. like really burly. Much larger than one would think. They are nearly 8" long and 1" wide in some spots. They for sure get the job done when you have a needy tire. A little heavy to carry in a pack, OK, way too heavy to carry in a pack.

        Never say "I can't get this tire off"

          I sure you have had that tier that you thought you would never get off, well that will never happen with the Park Tool Heavy Duty Steel Tire Lever Set. The only down side is that they can dent your rim depending on how soft they are or leave a some bad marking on them. So you will have to take your time and let the tool do all the work. I wrapped a little bit of electrical tape around the tip. It will add some protection but only good for one uses. Just make sure you just us them for popping the bead off, don't slide them all the way around or you might leave a sliver mark around your new black rims.

          Must have

            If you are struggling with little wimpy levers anywhere but on the trail, you are missing the boat. I keep a pair in my car and a pair in my garage.