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Pedro'sTrixie Tool
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Item # PED000G

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Item # PED000G
Description

A lockring tool and 15mm wrench let the Trixie fulfill the needs of riders with a simple commuter bike. It attaches to frame braze-ons with wing nuts for quick and easy removal and installation. At 7.4 inches in length, and sporting an ergonomic shape, the Trixie Tool provides excellent leverage for loosening stubborn cogs.

Additionally, there's a 5mm hex and 8, 9, 10, and 15mm box end wrenches to cover just about any repairs a fixed or single speed bike will need for field service. Pedro's Trixie Tool is made from 5mm-thick heat-treated tool steel for strength and long-lasting performance. In fact Pedro's covers the Trixie with a lifetime warranty, and even built in a bottle opener for post-ride recovery.

Tech Specs
Tech Specs
Tire Levers
no
Hub Tool
no
Cassette Tool
yes, lock ring
Chain Tool
no
Headset Tool
no
Crank Puller
no
BB Tool
no
Cable Cutters
no
Box End Wrench
8, 9, 10, and 15mm
Hex Wrench
5mm
Recommended Use
cycling

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Buying a 2nd for a buddy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you are riding fixed (or single speed, but coasting is a waste!..) this tool is worth its weight in gold.

Firstly, it is a superb lock ring tool. From new bike assembly to cog changes this thing performs every bit as good as the "park tool."

15mm wrench is as good as my craftsman socket set. The steel on this thing is very high quality.

This thing is going to outlast my current steel frame and probably four more frames after that, if you break one, chances are that you died in the process.

I've owned my current one for 5 yrs now and its still looks nearly brand new. Bought another for a riding buddy. I ride a lot, and this thing is every bit as necessary as an air pump to single speed riders.