Don't let the good looks fool you, Lezyne's line of shop-quality tools are all about getting the job done. The Lezyne CNC Pedal Rod Wrench's beautiful, machined shape is there for a reason. The ergonomic design fits nicely in your hand while you're throwing all of your weight into pulling your time-welded pedals. Lezyne's penchant for using the toughest materials means you'll go through quite a few bicycles before your pedal wrench will need replacing. Lezyne designed the CNC Pedal Rod with two 15mm offset wrench openings for optimal position, so you can find that sweet spot no matter where the pedal wound up after your last ride. The 14. 6 inch handle gives you gorilla-leverage to tackle the most frozen pedal, and when you've finally wrenched the pedals loose, there's an integrated bottle opener so you can crack a beverage and toast your efforts. At the heart of the Lezyne CNC Pedal Rod's design is an intolerance for wimpy materials. The Pedal Rod's tool head is CNC-machined from heat-treated steel plate for precise fit and cyborg durability. The handle is CNC'd from aluminum for stiffness. The aluminum handle also keeps the weight down so you don't feel like you're dragging a railroad tie around the shop. Finally, Lezyne uses high-strength steel fastening hardware to make the CNC Pedal Rod extremely rigid and durable. Varnished wood handle brings class to your basement shopHigh-strength steel fastening hardware for durabilityTwo wrench openings for maximum leverage and accessibility
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