Where to find this tool?

Hi folks.

Do anyone knows this tool on the picture?

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Re: Where to find this tool?

looks like a small pry bar or nail puller

dunt look like a specialized tool

Re: Where to find this tool?

Nope, it’s a cone wrench, park tool brand. Used to hold wheel bearing cones in place while you tighten the nuts on the axle.

They come in different sizes, so measure the cone nut on your wheel before you buy or borrow one (ask your local bike shop. If they won’t lend it to you, they’re pretty cheap on amazon).

Re: Where to find this tool?

I got mine from a bike shop down the road for like $7

Re: Where to find this tool?

Oh i have found it! Thanks a lot Guthrie!!

When i think of it, it´s totally obvious that it was a cone wrench! HAHA (sorry for my bad english)

Have a nice day!

Re: Where to find this tool?

This is with you never throw away junk tools. Sometimes they can be repurposed. I like to visit pawn shops periodically to buy individual wrenches/sockets to grind, cut or otherwise modify into specialty tools like this^^

Re: Where to find this tool?

> live ɘvil Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> This is why you never throw away junk tools. Sometimes they can be

> repurposed. I like to visit pawn shops periodically to buy individual

> wrenches/sockets to grind, cut or otherwise modify into specialty tools

> like this^^

FIFY . ;)

Agreed .

The spark plug wrench for my Simplex is a re-purposed / reshaped and ground down old box end wrench .

Re: Where to find this tool?

Park Tool makes some good cone wrenches. Pedro's too.

I recommend buying quantity 2 of whatever size you need, since you may have to back them into each other with tight clearance. Don't use the wrong size, itll mash it bad.

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