Park Tool PW-3 Pedal Wrench (15mm and 9/16 - Inch)
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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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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 ...Read more ›
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
got this 2 days ago and while I couldn't use a regular box end wrench to remove the pedals, this wrench easily broke the pedals loose.Published 17 days ago by BG
Very solidly made. I used a friends prior to purchasing the Park Tool and it was very flimsy.Published 1 month ago by Chris