Reddit Reddit reviews Portland Design Works 3 Wrencho Tire Lever (Coated)

We found 4 Reddit comments about Portland Design Works 3 Wrencho Tire Lever (Coated). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Portland Design Works 3 Wrencho Tire Lever (Coated)
15mm axle nut tool and tire lever in one convenient packageMade of heat-treated steel and coated with glass-filled nylonStep on the 3wrencho for extra leverage to loosen axle nutsStrong nylon coating won't scratch rimsLength: 114 mm (4. 5")
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4 Reddit comments about Portland Design Works 3 Wrencho Tire Lever (Coated):

u/TheSkoomaCat · 6 pointsr/FixedGearBicycle

Agreed. My dad's carried a small chain breaker on him for the better part of a decade and I can't say I've ever seen or heard about him using it. I think building this around a 15mm wrench would be more useful IMO. This has socket wrench capabilities, but it doesn't look like the sockets actually fit into the kit so that just takes up more space.

And TIL that this is a thing.

u/Jehu920 · 3 pointsr/FixedGearBicycle

Honestly it's probably cheaper to just get a wrench and some tire levers.

Edit: Well it is at $25. Amazon comes through again.

u/unperfect · 1 pointr/FixedGearBicycle

i ride with a pedros trixie tool and one of these everyday:

u/Central_Incisor · 0 pointsr/FixedGearBicycle

The way I figure, you have to find where the old tire blew out to make sure you know where the hole was and make sure the glass/wire/thorn was cleared from the tire. Once you know where the leak is is on the tube, you may as well patch it. Either I check the tire as the tube is setting, or I use my spare tube and have the now patched one as a backup.

A total blow out one inch rip or so, will not be patchable and so you'll need a full tube. In that case you'll most likely need a tire boot or a piece of cardboard to cover part of the tire.

A mini pump will let you carefully ride the bike, but a larger bike pump and tire gauge means that you can fix the bike and have fully inflated tires. Some of the smaller ones become a real chore despite being rated to 120lbs, but my area has many gas stations, bike shops and places to inflate, so even then you can just get it part of the way and finish the job down the road.

Something like Portland Design Works 3wrencho would be nice, But I just use a standard 15mm wrench. Someday, I'll chop it in half and stow it with a mini cheater bar, but that day has not come yet.