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    Senior Member EhGiOeS's Avatar
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    Campagnolo Tools

    Is Campagnolo making cone wrenches again? I just bought two pair that look like they were made yesterday. Ed
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    According to the 2011 Campy "Spare Parts and Tools" catalog the pair of 13/14 mm cone wrenches you bought are still a current production item. I have a pair of 13/14 and 15/16 Campy cone wrenches I got many years ago and they look exactly like yours but the 15/16 is no longer listed.

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    Best cone wrenches I've used.
    The Park ones I used years ago were junk. I hope they've improved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Homebrew01 View Post
    Best cone wrenches I've used.
    The Park ones I used years ago were junk. I hope they've improved.
    The curent Park SCW-XX single size cone wrenches are fine and work and fit well. They are also a lot more comfortable to use than the Campy wrenches since they have long plastic coated handles.

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    Look just like the Campy ones that I've had for quite awhile. Also I have some single size Park tool ones, and have no complaints about either.

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