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A must have for the ambitious DIY bike repairer
on 17 September 2012
I looked around at many many variations of this tool and settled on this, for one reason alone. It has a hex end to put a spanner on AND a square drive socket hole. If you have never got your rear gear cluster off before, you might want to consider this because they can be seriously tight. I ended up with a 3 foot square drive tommy-bar together with this tool to get mine off. (Fortunately I have one, but a piece of tube on a standard ratchet drive would work equally well).
This tool is definitely man-enough for the job...a nice fit which caused no damage to the gears or the tool. This should give me years of service.