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Park Tool Ak-37 Tool Kit

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Park Tool Ak-37 Tool Kit
5 out of 5 based on 2 user reviews.


Review by Facebook User on Dec. 15, 2010
Most of the tools that you will ever need to work on your bike (other than truing wheels) in one convenient tool box. Good quality tools from a very well known brand. Some basic tools like Allen wrenches could be bought for less elsewhere but it's nice to have everything in one tool box and not have to go looking in other places. The kit is a bit pricey but if you shop around you can probably find one for less than $210 including shipping.
No bad features other than you can probably get allen wrenches and other basic non-bike specific tools elsewhere for a better price if you want to search but the bike specific tools are good.
You can search around and probably save some money if you want to build your own kit BUT the bike specific tools are going to be the most expensive items and to get good quality bike tools you may end up paying more than you expected. If you're lazy like me just get the PARK AK37 and you'll have everything in one place at one price. There are also some "no name" kits being marketed online (eBay, etc.) and at some discount bike shops but I would be wary of the tool quality unless I could see them first in person.


Review by Facebook User on Dec. 15, 2010
Most of the tools that you will ever need to work on your bike (other than truing wheels) in one convenient tool box. Good quality tools from a very well known brand. Some basic tools like Allen wrenches could be bought for less elsewhere but it's nice to have everything in one tool box and not have to go looking in other places. The kit is a bit pricey but if you shop around you can probably find one for less than $210 including shipping.
No bad features other than you can probably get allen wrenches and other basic non-bike specific tools elsewhere for a better price if you want to search but the bike specific tools are good.
You can search around and probably save some money if you want to build your own kit BUT the bike specific tools are going to be the most expensive items and to get good quality bike tools you may end up paying more than you expected. If you're lazy like me just get the PARK AK37 and you'll have everything in one place at one price. There are also some "no name" kits being marketed online (eBay, etc.) and at some discount bike shops but I would be wary of the tool quality unless I could see them first in person.
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