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Brand: Crank Brothers



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  • jgabeh
    *****

    Although I've only used it on the trail to tighten a few bolts when my handlebars loosened up, it hasn't failed me yet.

    Pros
    Compact
    Almost every tool you need trailside

    Cons
    No tire levers

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  • cdkennedy
    *****

    Perfect addition to your trail bag.

    Pros
    Great compact tool for the trail to fix most problems.

    Cons
    The threads for the chain tool could be a bit longer to start pushing the pin back in if you don't pay attention and push the pin out to far.

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  • triton189
    *****

    Highly recommend

    Pros
    Well made
    Has chain tool
    Need no other tool

    Cons
    Heavy, but that's cause its well made

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  • Autocrat9
    *****

    great little multitool

    Pros
    Everything you need in a multitool

    Cons
    well made.....compact

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  • dozzerboy
    ****

    A very compact and usefull tool. With a little more rust protection and a better designed chain tool it could be a 5.

    Pros
    Tough tool that fits compactly into your bag. Lots of different heads and a chain breaker/spoke wrench as well.

    Cons
    Will rust a bit over time. The chain tool is only for emergency situations. If you had to use this thing on a regular basis you'd go crazy from sore hands.

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  • Dameontheman

    Pros
    Tough, perfect tool, the chain tool is great, don't hit the trail without one!!

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  • Jarrett.morgan
    *****

    An affordable tool that you can use in a bind. This is obviously not a full tool set, but great for its intended purpose.

    Pros
    affordable, durable, plenty of tools, and light.

    Cons
    none

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  • jaredmcvay
    *****

    Everything you need, without taking up all that extra space. Used it today to fix my riding partner's brakes. Handy, and $19.99 on Amazon.

    Pros
    All in one
    Light weight
    Carry case

    Cons
    Doesn't power up hills for me

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  • crash1
    ****

    Good insurance policy

    Pros
    Got everything you need on it! Packs easy.

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  • cynergy68
    *****

    Love it, I can empty out my camelbak of other tools now
    Bought it through Modernbike.com for $29.00 total countin shipping

    Pros
    All the tools you need in a lightweight condensed package

    Cons
    No bottle opener

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  • Sierradirtslayer   ✓ supporter
    ***

    I really do like that it has everything. It could be a little sturdier, however probably wouldn't be as light. Great tool overall.

    Pros
    Tool fits nicely into tmy pack a. Use many times and works rather well.

    Cons
    Had some issues with repairing the chain. Not as sturdy and I would like it, ended up using my buddies chain tool. Also kind of large for getting in those hard to reach areas.

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  • GoldenGoose
    *****

    I've put mine through the wringer and it's taken every bit with a smile on it's face. It's relatively light and small and easily fits into your camel back leaving room for the other necessities.

    Pros
    ALMOST every reasonable tool a biker could expect to carry on the trails. Reasonably priced. Sturdy and compact.

    Cons
    Zero

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  • eastwood   ✓ supporter
    *****

    Great tool, just about anything you'd need out on the trail.

    Pros
    Great set of tools, easy to use, comes with great carrying case (padded so no clanking in your pack)

    Cons
    none

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  • Juan_Gear
    *****

    All good stuff happens

    Pros
    Works great

    Cons
    Came apart in my jersey

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