Pedro's Trixie Tool

Pedro's Trixie Tool
Pedro's Trixie Tool
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Trixie Tool by Pedro's
A lockring tool and 15mm wrench let the Trixie fulfill the needs of riders with a simple commuter bike. It attaches to frame braze-ons with wing nuts for quick and easy removal and installation. At 7. 4 inches in length, and sporting an ergonomic shape, the Trixie Tool provides excellent leverage for loosening stubborn cogs. Additionally, there's a 5mm hex and 8, 9, 10, and 15mm box end wrenches to cover just about any repairs a fixed or single speed bike will need for field service. Pedro's Trixie Tool is made from 5mm-thick heat-treated tool steel for strength and long-lasting performance. In fact Pedro's covers the Trixie with a lifetime warranty, and even built in a bottle opener for post-ride recovery.

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SKU: PED000G
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