Unior Pro Pedal Wrench

Unior Pro Pedal Wrench
Unior Pro Pedal Wrench
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Pro Pedal Wrench by Unior
A resistant pedal that requires a 15mm wrench head for removal has just met its match. The Unior Pro Pedal Wrench features two 15mm openings at two different angles, so you can get exactly the position you need for the best leverage on that stubborn pedal. As a bonus, it opens bottles, too.

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SKU: UNR000L
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