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Old 10-13-15, 04:00 PM
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Park Tool PZT-2

Darn it... So far I got away with ordering cassette remover, chain tool, cone wrenches... Now I need to convince my wife that I absolutely need this one as well.



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Goes great with this:

Bottle Opener - Park Tool
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Hah. And it's a party:
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The set is not complete without the TP2

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As long as we're having a party:




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Holy crap that things expensive!

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And it has an auger-style screw, not the best for the job...
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Usually when I need\want a new bike tool I sell it to the better half as something I need to upgrade HER bike. Works 99% of the time. (although she did ask one time 'how come when you fix my bike it always benefits you?')
You can do the same in this case, your not buying a bike tool for you, your buying it for her kitchen. Wine and flowers also help.
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The set is not complete without the TP2

That's nothin, check out this Campy version on eBay:


Eddy Merckx Campagnolo Columbus SLX | eBay

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Goes great with this:

Bottle Opener - Park Tool
This is my favourite bike tool, it is like a sculptured piece of art.

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