Park Tool PW-3 Pedal Wrench

Park Tool PW-3 Pedal Wrench
Park Tool PW-3 Pedal Wrench
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PW-3 Pedal Wrench by Park Tool
Smacking knuckles on cranks when you're pulling off your pedals with an Allen wrench is no fun. Make your life a little bit easier with the Park Tool PW-3 Pedal Wrench. It features both a 15mm and 9/16-inch opening, perfect for an array of pedals. The long handle makes it easy to get the leverage you need if your pedal is seized up, and a comfortable vinyl grip prevents your hand from slipping when putting down the torque.

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SKU: PAR0100
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