Birzman Studio Deadblow Hammer

Birzman Studio Deadblow Hammer
Birzman Studio Deadblow Hammer
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Studio Deadblow Hammer by Birzman
Sometimes a little blunt force is needed when you're pulling apart your bike, but hitting it with a metal hammer is about as smart as trying to stop a train with an outstretched arm. Instead, use the Birzman Studio Deadblow Hammer, made of H-type rubber, to lovingly beat your bike without knocking off cable guides. A steel bead inside the head gives it solid heft and power, and the patterned handle sits comfortably in your hand while you tap things apart.

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SKU: BIR000I
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