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Park Tool PW-3 Pedal Wrench (15mm and 9/16 - Inch)

4.8 out of 5 stars 129 customer reviews
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  • Made from Cro-Moly steel for a shop quality pedal wrench made to last.
  • 15mm and 9/16¿ precision openings and a long, round, vinyl dipped handle that won¿t dig into your hand like flat pedal wrenches.
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Product Description

Made from Cro-Moly steel for a shop quality pedal wrench made to last. 15mm and 9/16¿ precision openings and a long, round, vinyl dipped handle that won¿t dig into your hand like flat pedal wrenches.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 12 x 3 inches ; 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000OZBK32
  • Item model number: PW-3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
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By Charles Holst on December 14, 2007
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I've only used the PW-3 on one bike so far -- an old Trek 820 I bought used for $50 that had a broken pedal -- and I chose the PW-3 over competing products in case I needed to slip a pipe over it for added leverage. Sure enough, I did need the pipe, but the PW-3 and pipe together broke the pedals loose, so I was able to finish unscrewing them by hand. I would not have been able to do this with a double-ended or wide-handled wrench.
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When it comes to stubborn bicycle pedals that don't want to come off, it's hard to beat the Park Tool Pedal Wrench, also known as a "PW-3." This handy bike tool is made from Cro-Moly steel and which fits both 15mm and 9/16 inch pedals. This isn't the normal wrench that one would find in a regular home toolbox, but when I found it at a yard sale this summer, where it was marked as a "left-handed monkey wrench" by the seller, I grabbed it. The owner must have not known what it was or what it was worth, as he sort of snickered when he took my money. Was going to buy one eventually, ever since I had seen it described in the Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair 2nd Edition, but I couldn't pass on it when it was sitting there for a price that's too embarrassingly low to mention.

So why would someone need a Cro-Moly steel PW-3 from Park Tool to just change bike pedals? Bike pedal threads are different from left side and right side. The right side pedal has a right-hand thread (removes counterclockwise, installs clockwise). The left side pedal has a left-hand thread (removes clockwise, installs counterclockwise). Many pedals are stamped "L" and "R" for left and right. Additionally, the thread will appear to slope up toward its tightening direction. Left hand threads slope up to the left, while right hand threads slope up to the right. Got that?

In any case, old bicycle pedals are often rusted on, requiring a few zaps of
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I bought this to help a friend switch some pedals on a trainer that had the pedals 'Loctited'. This was the only tool that could put enough force on those pedals to loosen and remove them. (Pedal threads would normally be greased.)
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Why a pedal wrench? Typically, an open end box wrench is too thick to fit between the pedal and the crank. Thinner wrenches can flex and break if you put too much torque on them. The Park Tool is thin enough to fit and thick enough to not bend or break. Two sizes allow fitment with most pedals out there.
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You've got to pay to play. Nice wrench pedal removal instal is now super easy.

Don't know why this was over 2X as pricey as the single size version. Seems like you should get a discount. Had I saw both sizes for sale I probably would have bought the two wrenches instead of the one to save some cash.

I am not disappointed I got this one though. If you are filling out the bike tool kit this is a must have.
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I wasn't sure whether I should get a pedal wrench with one or two sizes, but my dad pointed out that you never know if you'll get a bike later down the road that we'll need another size, hence why I went with this one. I attempted to loosen a pedal that has been on my bike for, oh, I don't know, 10 years, with an adjustable end wrench to absolutely no avail. I decided to buy a pedal wrench, even if I only use it once every 5 years, and after a few tries I was finally able to get the pedal off. The extra leverage I'm certain was a big help.
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Excellent! Saved me from busting my knuckles on the crank teeth while swapping pedals. Of course, you can shift your chain so that it covers those teeth, but it still hurts when a shorter wrench breaks free and your hand slams down on the crank. This tool provides the right leverage and control to avoid this from happening in the first place. Definitely a must have for changing your own bike pedals!
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If you change pedals at all on a bike, you will realize you need an actual pedal wrench due to width/clearance. I really like this one. Has good weight for easy removal / good torque. Feels great in the hand. (huh-huh)
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