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Old 05-23-16, 03:35 PM
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Campagnolo tools

Peanut Butter crank wrench sold
Chainring bolt wrench sold
Pedal dust cap wrench $15 shipped.
Seatpost wrench sold
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I love those "T" wrenches. My favorite bike tool. I'm tempted at that great price. But I have TWO of them already.
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I love those "T" wrenches. My favorite bike tool. I'm tempted at that great price. But I have TWO of them already.
What do you use the "T" wrench for?
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What do you use the "T" wrench for?
on a campy bike, a T wrench does a lot of work as both the allen key and the metric socket fit most of the parts.
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What do you use the "T" wrench for?
Right. Socket fits all the 8 mm nuts and bolts of that size used on Nuovo Record equipped bikes, of which there are a few. And some are hard to reach with other, thicker-wall sockets. And the "T" handle is the tool for the Rear der mounting bolt, etc.
But mostly I just think it's a cool, beautiful tool.
I'm like that....
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What do you use the "T" wrench for?
Any place you'd use a 6mm Allen or 8mm socket.
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