Abbey Bike Tools BBQ Pedal Wrench

Abbey Bike Tools BBQ Pedal Wrench
Abbey Bike Tools BBQ Pedal Wrench
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BBQ Pedal Wrench by Abbey Bike Tools
Taking inspiration from barbeque gear isn't the standard method of designing bike tools, but Abbey Bike Tools isn't your standard manufacturer. Most of the company's tools started as one-offs, built on request, and the BBQ Pedal Wrench is definitely true to this philosophy. It's obviously inspired by your dad's grill tongs, but the hardened chromed steel body and stained American Oak handle are a little snazzier than the average grill master's tools. It's also more functional than most pedal wrenches, with a classic 15mm box wrench on one end and a pivoting 6mm and 8mm bit on the other, so you can use it on any type of pedal you run into -- no more grabbing different tools for different setups.

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SKU: ABY0009
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