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BikeMaster Tire Iron Spoon

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Get the job done faster with BikeMaster's Tire Iron Spoon.

  • Made of heat-treated vanadium steel
  • Overall length 10-1/4"
  • Comes with BikeMaster's lifetime warranty
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    oh my tire spoon!

    By The Treeman

    from Ford City, Pa.

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    Comments about BikeMaster Tire Iron Spoon:

    Its a tire spoon. Works like it should


    Way better!

    By Roger

    from Texas


    • Easy to hold handle
    • No Pinching Of Tube
    • Smooth Round End


      Best Uses

      • Dirt Bike Tire Replacemen
      • Dirt Bike Tiretubes

      Comments about BikeMaster Tire Iron Spoon:

      I should have bought these sooner. After pinching 2 or 3 tubes with my old tools, I got fed up and got two of these. Sooooo much better than my old ones. No pinching or sharp points on these. I've already changed two tires/tubes with no problems. They've already paid for themselves as compared to replacing pinched tubes.

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