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Anyone know of a compact tool to remove non-QR wheels that I could add to my kid's saddlebag? I believe the nut that holds the wheels is a 16mm on the kids' bikes. Compact is preferred since her saddlebag is smaller. I carry a multi-tool at all times so this just needs to remove those 16mm nuts.

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There's also the Surly Jethro Tool and a few other similar things out there. Most have some sort of bottle opener on them, so not exactly a great tool for a kids bike, but it does work well.
Jethro Tule | Parts | Surly Bikes

The stubby is a good idea too, that's what I carry in my singlespeed's saddle pack, it's just a little harsher on the hand if things are really tight than the Surly tool.
 

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I'm with Sasquatch's brother. I took an old crap-ass 15mm wrench that had found its way into my toolbox long before, cut it in half cleaned up the cuts with a grinder. Got two wrenches out of a few minutes of work.
 
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