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  • Pedro's - Pro Spoke Wrench Set - Yellow
Pedro's - Pro Spoke Wrench Set

Pedro's Pro Spoke Wrench Set

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    • Yellow, 3.23/3.30/3.45mm
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    Tech Specs

    Spoke Wrench:
    3.23, 3.30, 3.45
    Recommended Use:
    truing and building wheels
    Manufacturer Warranty:

    Durability, precision, and ergonomics.

    Nothing takes the old adage of having the right tool for the job quite to the level that truing and building wheels do. Sure, you can true a wheel while it's in the bike and there is a plethora of budget spoke wrenches on the market, but once you've used a truing stand and high-quality wrenches, there's really no going back. Pedro's Pro Spoke Wrench set blends excellent ergonomics with precise and durable materials to make adjusting your spoke tension a treat.

    Each wrench features a dual-sided design in investment cast and heat-treated tool steel. The 3-side opening is for speed and a 4-side opening offers a snug fit that prevents rounding of alloy nipples. The plastic handle is curved and sculpted and reversible so it fits perfectly in your fingers and provides the ideal amount of leverage and control. 

    The Pro Spoke Wrench Set of 3 includes 3.23, 3.30, and 3.45 size wrenches and are perfect for the shop or race toolbox.

    • Pro-level spoke wrenches make truing and building wheels a breeze
    • 3-different sizes in the kit for a range of nipple sizes
    • Investment cast steel ensures durability for years of work
    • Precision cut wrench openings are dual-sided for speed and precision

    Works well, one minor issue

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I really like these, they are typical Pedros quality, meaning they are built well and have a good solid feel in the hand that makes you think they'll last forever. The ability to switch between 3 and 4 sided wrenches on the same tool is awesome, great for dealing with those corroded alloy nipples that you don't want to deform.

    My only issue is with the shape of them. I build a decent amount of wheels for myself and friends/coworkers, and the flare at the top of the wrench is a bit sharp and can cause some soreness after a full wheel build or two. It probably has more to do with how I hold the wrench, but just wanted to point it out. Other than that, would highly recommend these to anyone.