barefoot wrote:There's been a cheap basic tool set at Aldi recently. $30-ish, IIRC.
I considered grabbing one... until I realised that I have at least one and often two (or five) of every single tool in there. I'm a bit of a bowerbird that way
DeivSaiborg wrote:If you wanna offload a few of them ...barefoot wrote:I have at least one and often two (or five) of every single tool in there
... more than happy to buy them!
fattima wrote:I've got a cheap Torpedo 7 kit (not the one pictured) and it has done most things I need. I had to buy a bottom bracket tool for one of my bikes but that is about it.
I've built up a couple of projects using this tool kit and maintained our bike fleet for a few years.
I tend not to use the spanners in the kit as I have some better quality ones, but they should get you started.
lard wrote:If you're just keen to do a bit of tinkering at home, I'd start with something like this:
http://www.torpedo7.com.au/products/UNT ... e-tool-set
It's not awesome quality, but it has just about everything you need for basic bike maintenance.
Tim_mtb wrote:I bought a Super B tool kit from Torpedo 7 a while back (it's blue, so maybe that's what you're talking about baudman?) that has done its job well so far.
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