Feedback Sports L Handle Hex

Feedback Sports L Handle Hex
Feedback Sports L Handle Hex
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L Handle Hex by Feedback Sports
We all said we'd be content with flat pedals and a stock crankset forever, and we all know how quickly those pronouncements change after some time on the trails. When you're swapping flats for clipless or tightening crankset bolts, reach for the Feedback Sports L Handle Hex to make sure you're able to install or remove either with ease and security. The wrench's L-shape makes leverage and grip a lot easier to come by, and the ball-end makes the hex easy to slide in for less likelihood of stripped bolts.

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SKU: USS000N
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