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Pedro's Vise Whip

by Pedro's
4.9 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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  • Locking jaws will not slip
  • Heat-treated steel adds durability
  • NOTE: Not designed to work with 1/8" track cogs
  • Lifetime warranty on all Pedro's tools
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Product Description

Face it. Chain whips are a pain to use--that's why Pedros created the Vise Whip. Now you can remove cassettes quickly and easily without the juggling act. Clamp the Pedros Vice Whip on cogs from 11 to 23 teeth to hold it in place, then just use a cassette socket to unscrew the keeper. Wasn't that easy'

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 4 x 1 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0183619NY
  • Item model number: Pedro's
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,832 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I must confess that I've never used a chain whip. The first time I removed my cassette was with the Vise Whip, and I'm glad I'll never have to know the frustration of using a traditional whip. The tool is well-made (in Taiwan) and works just as a normal vise wrench does. There are two pins in each arm of the wrench that go around a single tooth on one of the smaller cogs of a cassette. Once it's locked on, it's not going anywhere. It does take a little bit of adjusting to get it right, though. Make sure that the release lever flips out (toward the interior of the tool) before you start using it. In other words, make sure to squeeze the handles hard before you start wrenching the cassette ring off. I was able to degrease and clean all my cassette cogs, and now it looks like new.

I pretty much buy only Park tools, but Pedro's has one-upped everyone with this one. You'll also need a cassette lockring socket, so just be sure to pick one of those up if you don't have one already.
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Much easier than a traditional chain whip for removing cassettes. Once sized to a particular cog its an open and close operation to secure the cassette, pop in the freewheel tool and wrench away. Its at least twice as expensive than the traditional chain whip but far simpler to use. Don't forget you will still need an additional wrench for the freewheel tool or purchase a Park Tool freewheel remover.
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I have been fixing my bikes for 25 years and always dreaded the pain of taking off a rear cassette with a chain whip. Chain whips are a very stupid design as they have to be awkwardly wrapped around a bike, balanced while applying 40nm plus of torque and given the strange angle of torque I have bent many whips over the years rendering the tool useless until you fix it by removing the link. The last thing you want to do when using a tool is having to fix it.

Apparently Leonard Zinn designed this tool and it works perfectly. It is just like a vice grip and I can now remove a cassette in seconds saving me a lot of anxiety and knuckle damage from losing grip.

I just don't understand why someone did not think about making this tool 50 years ago.
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I've used chain whips for decades. It has been un-fun working with them when they would break in use. Even the higher end chain whips I've owned have had to be retired because of changing chain widths over the years. This product is perfect. I absolutely need to have this tool for my vintage bikes with freewheels. Replacing older freewheels has not been an option, because of quality issues. I have just had to scavenge NOS cogs.

Pedro's Vice Whip has made the salvage of Dura-Ace 7 speed freewheels easy. It is now, no big deal to change a cog on a freewheel project again. I also recommend finding a vintage Sun Tour freewheel vise. It seems to have been made to work with the Pedro's Vice Whip. This was a big win.
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Those of you with Rohloff internal gear hubs, who have tried to remove the sprocket, will no how difficult that is. This vice whip makes things a lot easier (and safer, due to the injuries that can result when the chain whip breaks or slips while removing a Rohloff sprocket).
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By jojo on December 17, 2013
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Super helpful tool. A little hassle to get the thing lined up and locked on tight, but so much easier than the old chain whips. I really like this tool and use it all the time.
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Chain whips are a pain to use and usually slip leading to busted knuckles. This vise clamps on and does not let go. I usually clamp it on the 11/12T which are a little beefer.
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Worked perfectly to remove my cassette ring. I struggled getting my old rusted one off. I hit it with every tool I had in my garage and even bought some other vise grips. This thing did the job and did it perfectly and easily. Too bad I didn't find this tool on Amazon at the start of my cassette replacement. It would have saved me days of frustration trying to remove that darn ring nut.
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