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Topeak Toolstick 11 2012. Tools. ToolStick 11 Allen Wrench A compact, shop grade Allen wrench with articulating tool heads on both ends of a rubber cushioned, hardened steel tool shaft. Each tool head features two specific Allen bit sizes and swivels to make getting at those ....

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Stick with OEM wheel set or upgrade?

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Upgrades over time - Stick to Groupsets?

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Stick with Stans Flow or MTX33

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New bike time...stick with SJ FSR?

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