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Pedro'sDownhill Tire Lever

$15.00

Item # PED000Y

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Item # PED000Y
Description

Downhill Tire Lever

The battle of downhill tire removal is often lost to many broken tire levers and bruised hands, and that's why Pedro's offers the heat-treated steel Downhill Tire Lever. It's made to get under the biggest, baddest DH tires out there and provide the leverage needed to pop tight beads over a rim's edge.

The shovel tip is smooth to prevent rim and tire damage, and the nearly 11-inch length is complemented with an ergonomic, dual-density handle. Pedro's Downhill Tire Lever is backed by their lifetime warranty.

Tech Specs
Tire Leversyes, heat-treated steel
Recommended Usetire removal

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>Rating: 5

Perfect lever for stubborn tires

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I broke a few plastic levers when installing some tires over cushcore inserts and this lever helped out a lot with install and removal.

>Rating: 5

Not Really a Tire Lever

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Sure, with it's smooth polished edge, ergo handle, and spoon shape tip, it would make a great tire lever. Reality is, I use it for just about everything but that. It's a great tool to separate your brake pads when installing new pads or removing dust wipers from your fork without scratching up the casting.

>Rating: 5

Multipurpose tool

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I used this for ALL tires, makes things a breeze when changing any type of tire. Most importantly are the DH Tires. I use it primarily as a starter pick, then I put in a plastic piece, then use the tool again to go around the tire. I use it for both installing and removing tires. Also this tool is great for removing bushings of forks when servicing.