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CHOKING HAZARD -- This toy is a marble. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Park Tool Rescue Tool Kit
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- 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8mm hex wrenches
- Tire levers (2)
- Phillips head screwdriver
- T25 star-shaped driver
- 8, 9 and 10mm box end wrenches
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Packed with 21 useful tools, the Park Tool MTB-7 is the perfect multi-tool for emergency repairs on the road or trail. 2/2.5/3/4/5/6/8mm hex wrenches; 8/9/10mm box end wrenches; Phillips and flat head screw driver T25 Torx driver; pedal wrench; three spoke wrenches; chainring nut wrench; two tire levers, a knife, and a bottle opener Includes nylon carry case
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An outstanding value, the quality MTB-7 Rescue Tool is packed with 21 useful tools for emergency repairs on the road or trail. Includes nylon carrying case with embroidered Park Tool logo. Tools included.
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I don't understand the review complaining that they broke the plastic; its a multi function tool, not a breaker bar.
I also don't understand the review complaining that screws came loose: that's what Lok-Tite is for, I've never needed it for this, though.
Not the first tool I would grab for a short trip since its relatively big and heavy. The main reason is all the box wrenches, which aren't very useful on modern bikes that use allen key bolts. Don't expect any of the box wrenches to be big or rugged enough to turn an axle nut. If you don't have any actual need for the box wrenches, the Park IB-2 is probably a better choice (but don't lose its 8mm adapter).
The construction and design are just tolerable, not up to Park standards. Seems to be a rebranded third party product. I've got a similar Bell multitool (with fewer tools) that is better made, designed, and held together with a magnet (a lot cooler, easier and faster than the sliding metal band in this one). Big pluses: box wrenches (lots of multitools don't have these), a huge stubby hex for tightening cotterless cranks (when you need it, you really need it), and the nylon bag, which is up to Park standards. I don't understand the complaints about not being able to tighten the hex screws that hold the wrenches together with the multitool: far as I know, all tools of this nature are like that. You can slide an extra hex wrench under the band or in the bag if need be. Thank goodness it does NOT have a chain breaker; I have bad luck even with good chain breakers; the small chain breakers that come with some multi tools are asking for trouble. The stubs sticking out of each end are supposed to be used to remove tires, but seem inadequate.