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Park Tool13mm - 28mm Shop Cone Wrench

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Item # PAR0184

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Item # PAR0184

13mm - 28mm Shop Cone Wrench

Perhaps no other cycling tool is quite as iconic as the 13mm - 28mm Shop Cone Wrench from Park Tool. Often replicated, never duplicated, these Cone Wrenches are shop-grade quality and promise years of trouble-free performance. Park designs the "Y" head with more material where it's needed for strength and durability and its precise sizing and a military grade industrial phosphate finish ensure a snug fit and corrosion resistance. It's built thin for use on the narrowest of adjusting cones and its vinyl-dipped handle in signature Park blue for comfortable use.

  • Park Tool Shop Cone Wrenches for hub and brake adjustments
  • "Y" head design puts more material where it's needed for strength and durability Precision sizing promises an accurate fit
  • Military grade industrial phosphate finish resists corrosion
  • Vinyl-dipped handle provides leverage and comfortable use

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Tech Specs
Material[wrench] steel, [handle] vinyl
Other Toolscone wrench
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warrantylimited lifetime

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

A must have for mechanics ...

I've put it through the wringer

Like it or not, not every new wonder bike has wheels with sealed bearings. Every once in awhile, you will need to work on hubs with loose balls and cones ... and when that happens these will be invaluable. Sold per piece, in the most common sizes 13-16mm you should consider buying two. Personally, I have two across the board.


Must for maintaining old school bikes


>Rating: 5

Use on Espresso Machine OPV valve

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

Yes this tool fits the narrow 20mm adjustable nuts on the Ranchilio Silvia espresso machine OPV valve. Its what adjusts the pressure/bars on the machine! I'm sure others here own the Silvia as all cyclist like espresso! other wrenches are tool large to work so these narrow wrenches work well

>Rating: 5

28mm is a must have for DH bikes

I've put it through the wringer

If you have Zee or saint hubbs the 28mm is a must have for the front cones, works so well, no more cones loosening when you have this tool!


What sizes are included in this set?

What sizes are included in this set?

It is not a set you can buy the individually


I am trying to put together a tool kit for...

I am trying to put together a tool kit for Mt Biking that I will carry in my truck for pre/post rides and to do minor work at home as needed. With that said, what are the top tools I should have on hand.

In my opinion.... Floor Pump w/ gauge Hex Wrench Set w/ Bondhus® balldriver tips shop apron rubber gloves(trust me) Chain Tool rags Screwdrivers(Phillips and Regular) cone wrenches(if applicable) poker/awl repair stand tire levers(I only have them for friends) pedal wrench(somewhat pedal specific) grease zip ties duct tape chain lube diagonal cutters Remember, if you make it easier to work on your bike, it will be easier to work on your bike. Dig?

>Rating: 5

Got Saint?

As axles get bigger, so do the cones that go around them. The 28mm is a have-to-have if you're running a Saint front hub, or some other Shimano hub for 20mm axles. My Saint front hub used to have a chronic loosening issue. Once I invested in the right tool to fix it(which more than one bike shop I went to neglected to have), I've only had to use it twice. The second time because I made it too tight first time around. But that's why I buy a hopes of needing it less. This wrench even makes my small travel tool kit and goes on every trip my dh rig does. Bottom line: Necessity