Park Tool P-Handled Star Shaped Wrench

Park Tool P-Handled Star Shaped Wrench
Park Tool P-Handled Star Shaped Wrench
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P-Handled Star Shaped Wrench by Park Tool
A must for hanging on any pegboard for repairs, Park Tool's P-Handled Star Shaped Wrench is available in popular Torx sizes used on bicycles and feature an offset P-handle made from durable nylon, and hardened high-grade tool steel for long life. The shape is designed for maximum ergonomics and comfort and offer plenty of leverage. All sizes feature a long shaft for quick rotations and a short end at the handle for high torque use.

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SKU: PAR0237
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