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Diamondback Bicycle Tire Lever Set, Black

4.3 out of 5 stars 105 customer reviews

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  • Tire levers
  • Comes as a set of 3
  • Durable nylon levers with chamfered tips & spoke hook
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Product Description

Tire levers are a necessity for any ride in case of flats while out on the road/trail. Take along these durable nylon tire levers with chamfered tips and spoke hooks to keep your peace of mind. Come in a set of 3.


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  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 7 x 0.5 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00MJYQL6C
  • Item model number: 94-32-103
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,407 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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For MTB tube changes, the Diamondback tire lever set does the job, but not as easily as you would expect watching how-to videos online. If you have ZERO prior experience, then this is not the best tool for you. Because unlike road bike tires, MTB tires tend to be fat and deeper, it is very difficult to slip in the very thick and round tongue of the lever under the tire bead. For experienced riders, they could probably finesse the tongue under the bead with some elbow grease, but for newbies, one might actually damage the tire bead by trying to jam the lever under the tire. This is NOT RECOMMENDED for your first set of levers for MTB/BMX.
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Do not like these tire levers. I used them a few times on a set of 700c bontrager rims with some road tires and cx-tires. Perhaps there some kind of tire/wheelset combination these would be good for, but I'm not sure.

The lever end doesn't go far under the tire bead and the lever-edges, while not sharp, are sharp enough. So it's hard to pry very much of the tire bead off initially, and then trying to slide one down the bead ends up cutting into rubber of the tire bead. Also, the spoke-hook end of the plastic has sharp-ish plastic edges and is so narrow it's not easy to hook them.

I won't say these ruined the tires I was taking off, but it peeled rubber off the inside, and I'm not happy about it. It took a lot of effort and time, and all 3 levers to get tires off. On one try, after several minutes struggling, I gave up and retrieved my other tire which have a much longer, fatter and smoother end and had no problem getting the tires off (and no further damage). And it only took 2 levers.

Did I mention the sharpish edges scraped the black finish off my spokes?

Yeah, don't get these.
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Helps removal and installation of bike tires. Your hands/fingers wont get super tired or hurt by using these levers. Although the other day on of the three lever snapped while removing an old tire... Overall still a nice product to have around if you find yourself changing tires quite frequently
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I purchased these as I started to learn the ins and outs of bike repair and some of the more basic techniques and skills. I used these primarily on my road bike which has steel alloy rims (an old heavy 70's bike) that measure 27 1/4". They work as well as any tire lever could work I imagine.

One thing I really liked was that the 3 levers snap into each other and stack to reduce space and to make sure you don't lose them. This was very helpful to toss in a riding pack on long rides where I fear a popped tube.
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They felt nice and strong, good quality right up until they broke. I only used them twice. Saying that for as often as I get flat tires, (not very often) these were a good buy. I'll prolly order again just to keep on hand.
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One day I am riding out in the country and I encounter a guy with a flat tire. He asks me if I have a tire lever to help facilitate his tire change. Huh, thinks me, why would he be on the road without a flat kit? Doesn't his friend (standing with him) have one? No tire levers between the two of you? However, I was not thinking out loud and this series of rhetorical questions to no one went on inside my head. Being the consummate do-gooder I lent him mine. He takes them and approaches his bike to address the flat. He begins to relay to me how he had been trying for some time to fix his flat, but broke his levers and then his friends levers on this DT Swiss rim, some company he's never heard of, so it must be that. Ok, your rims might be crappy (or not, depending), but it isn't the rim's fault you broke the levers. Well, I don't know the death count on levers; did he travel with two or one? did his friend travel with two or one? I always have two and now thanks to him, I have one. He broke mine too.

That is why I have purchased these completely capable set of tire levers. If used properly, unlike the example above, I expect they could last you a lifetime. I had mine for a great number of years before they met their demise at the hands of inexperience. I suspect I will own these for many years to come and they will not be leant out carelessly. A thorough vetting of flat tire fixing skills will be made before such a thing happens again.
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They work - I'm a complete novice at bike repair but I was able to use these to easily remove a tire to replace a tire/tube on my mountain bike.

The set comes with 3 levers. Typically you'd only need 2. But they do attach to each other with Lego-like pegs and holes which really helps to keep them compact when carrying in a riding pack.
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Low cost and OMG make it sooooo much of a hassle free chore to take off my bike wheels now to replace flats. I was lazy before and would allways take it to my local bike shop and it'd be an extra 5 dollars every time now that the bike shop closed the closest one near me charges 10 dollars per wheel .... so yea good investment and I still can be lazy ..
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