Abbey Bike Tools Stu Stick Rotor Truing Tool

Abbey Bike Tools Stu Stick Rotor Truing Tool
Abbey Bike Tools Stu Stick Rotor Truing Tool
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Stu Stick Rotor Truing Tool by Abbey Bike Tools
Originating from the world of cyclocross, where cumbersome tool kits can cause issues for traveling mechanics, the beautifully machined Abbey Bike Tools Stu Stick Rotor Truing Tool provides all of the functionality of its steel counterparts, at a significantly reduced weight. Rotor truing tools are among the simplest in a mechanic's arsenal. It's little more than a lever, after all. But at a mere 44 grams, Abbey's version is ideal for those whose tool kits travel with them, whether in a team car, or in a hydration pack. And the built-in bottle opener hints that it was developed by an actual bike mechanic, just in case the stellar attention to detail wasn't enough to clue you in. The Abbey Bike Tools Stu Stick Rotor Truing Tool is available in one size and in the color Green.

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SKU: ABY0008
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