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Old 09-20-09, 10:23 AM   #1
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"What is it Tool"

Hello All. Does anyone recognize this tool, as vintage bike tool, or otherwise? Any Info would be appreciated.

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Old 09-20-09, 10:51 AM   #2
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dam - dunno what it's called - but that is a definite "all-in-one" - nice tool to have!!!
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Looks like more of a motorcycle tool, usually supplied in a tool pouch with a few other tools for basic or emergency maintenance (I received something similar with a few of the motorcycles I owned). It is definitely not a specific bicycle tool from a tool company.
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I think a tool like that came with my new Raleigh Record circa 1974.
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Its a skateboard/rollerSkate tool!! The screw driver part is for Chicago Skate Pivot Bolts. The socket ends are for wheel nuts of different size or (sometimes) the pivot bolt. The wrench part was for the pivot lock nut. See; http://www.planetonwheels.com/store/...nt-Wrench.html
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I Thank You Very much my friend! I would have never found it if it was not for (all of you), but (Especially You), on this Excellent Bike Forum Sight!

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Thanks for your reply!

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I'm still learning how to use this sight, so I think I thanked you in the wrong place! I Thank You so much my friend!

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