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4.5 out of 5 4.5 (2 reviews)

BikeMaster 8-inch Tire Irons 2 Pack

 
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   Features:
      -Everyone knows just one tire iron won’t do it
      -2 tire iron pack with equal length
      -Forged steel for light weight and super strength
      -Not bent sheet metal like other brands
      -Ergonomic design, rounded corners no sharp edges
      -Designed not to pinch tubes
      -8" length is perfect balance of portability (tool kit) vs. leverage
      -Sold in pairs
      -Manufacturer’s lifetime warranty

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BikeMaster 8-inch Tire Irons 2 Pack
 
4.5

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5.0

tire tools works great

By cycledog

from nortth carolina

Pros

  • Great price
  • Works Great

Cons

  • none

Best Uses

  • Changing Bike Tires

Comments about BikeMaster 8-inch Tire Irons 2 Pack:

works on all small tires

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4.0

Nice tools, nice price

By Mike

from Minnesota

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Pros

  • Affordable
  • packable
  • Simple
  • Solid

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Trailside tire repairs

    Comments about BikeMaster 8-inch Tire Irons 2 Pack:

    Used for the toolkit on my dual sport. Flat shape and 8" length make it easy to pack, yet they're long enough to get the job done.
    A tool doesn't get much simpler or more rugged than a solid steel tire iron.
    They come in a light duty plastic sleeve, which is nice for shipping or maybe storage in the shop toolbox, but not something I'd want to actually haul them around in on the bike.

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