SKU
2096375
Abstract Product Id
9861
Concrete Product Id
28361

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SKS Germany SKS CT-WORX mini tool

Varenummer: 2096375

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20 functions are waiting to be used: Whether on a longer tour or during an intense race - the CT-WORX has a solution to almost every kind of breakdown... Yderligere information

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20 functions are waiting to be used: Whether on a longer tour or during an intense race - the CT-WORX has a solution to almost every kind of breakdown. The mini tool is also perfectly suited for works on e-bikes.
Nice extra: The chain tool is made of stainless steel.
• Hex keys: 2,5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 mm
• Cross-head screwdriver
• Star wrench: T25
• 2 tyre-levers
• Open-end wrenches: 8, 10, 13, 15 mm
• Box-end wrenches: 12, 11, 6 mm
• Spoke wrenches: 3,2/3,5 mm
• Chain tool: Shimano/Campagnolo 8/9/10-speed
• Dimensions: approx. 94 x 40 x 35 mm
• Weight: approx. 235 g
• Material: chrome-vanadiium steel/stainless steel/plastic

Manufacturer no.: 10014

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SKS CT-WORX mini tool

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Multitool ??? ja das ist es.
Alle Werkzeuge die man für eine Notdürftige Reparatur benötigt sind vorhanden würde es gerne wieder kaufen

SKS CT-WORX mini tool

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Serh Gut.

SKS CT-WORX mini tool

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Standard
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Good concept with at least one fair review on the web. However, the quality is not anywhere close to e.g. Park Tool products. This was clear after having tried the chain tool. Somehow the steel grade and the tolerances for the pin-pressing nut and the Allen key (to turn the nut) worked together to make the nut useless (hexagonal hole turned round...).