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    lube addict
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    Pedro's Tulio: New multi-tool design

    I saw Pedro's Tulio on BikeRumor. Clever design. Available Spring 2010. I also posted this under a multi-tool thread in the Mechanics Forum.

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    I guess it's not totally useless if your bike can't take skewers, but does it lock? If someone steals your wheel they take your multitool too. Brilliant marketing for Pedro.
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    Senior Member
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    great find ! really looking forward to it !
    I would buy two, one for each bike.

    I really like that the skewer is merely the holder of the tools. This is awesome as you do not need to remove the skewer to use the tools. I would most likely install in the rear wheel since that is the wheel that does not get removed on a frequent basis.

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    staring at the mountains superdex's Avatar
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    ooh, now that's sexy.

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    Looks interesting. But it's not for me....
    Flying an airplane is really very simple...Push the stick forward, the house gets big. Pull the stick back, the house gets small. Keep holding the stick back, the house gets big again.

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