Sette Torx ST-658 Cone Wrench Tools

Torx ST-658 Cone Wrench

Its openings are thin to fit in the narrow flats of hub cones and the heat-treated chromoly steel construction offers durability. The wrenches are corrosion resistant with etched size numbers to show the size grabbing. They also have a durable non-slip handle to give the best grip when applying high amounts of torque.

User Reviews (1)

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Ecogeek   Cross Country Rider [Sep 24, 2009]
Strength:

Cheap. Works.

Weakness:

Could be made of stronger stuff.

Adequate tool. 5 for value. 4 overall. Could be made of stronger stuff. LBS (Cyclepath) wanted $17 or something hilarious for a Pedros. Felt like spitting on the price tag!
As I was ordering some bits from PP anyway, shipping on this was effectively free. Will invest savings in other stuff.

There's supporting your LBS and there's getting bent over and ****ed. At >500% of the price, the LBS were gouging plain and simple. This tool will do the job for home mechs. A pro that uses it many times every day, may benefit from a Park/Pedros.

Lets face it, as a cone-wrench is nothing more than a notch in some metal, unless you deliberately make it out of a metal that's too soft, and or somehow fail to cut the notch right, it will work. You could just make one in 10mins from some mild steel with a hacksaw and file! Hmmm. All sizes on one handle. Free. Great.

Similar Products Used: Pedros. Park.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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