Unior Nipple Driver

Unior Nipple Driver
Unior Nipple Driver
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Nipple Driver by Unior
Forget fumbling with nipples as you try to center and drive them into the rim you're building or repairing. Instead, pick up the Unior Nipple Driver as a quick and convenient solution to centering and driving nipples into your bicycle rim of choice, whether that's an alloy wheel for trail riding or a deep dish carbon road wheel. Designed with a knurled steel handle for sure-handed grip and a tip guide that slides into the nipple to stop it at the exact same spot along each spoke, the Nipple Driver is sure to speed up your wheel-building and repair process for the bike mechanic tackling the job at home. It fits most standard-sized nipples, so it'll most likely work with your wheel build of choice.

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SKU: UNR001V
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