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Old 05-02-08, 02:33 PM   #1
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X-Axis headset wrenches $4.99

I just received a few of these from at $4.99 each.

They delivered them in less than a week. They seem to be pretty heavy duty, and are made by Giant (the packaging says 1998 Giant Bicycle, Inc with the Giant logo). I wasn't sure about it when I ordered them because I couldn't find much info online. Haven't used them yet, so hopefully they will do the job without any problems. Just wanted to share in case anybody was looking for a good deal.
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Intriguing. Which size is the relevant one for older road bikes? Is it the same for mid-90s threaded fork mountain bikes?
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