blybo wrote:When buying hex/allen keys buy the ones with the rounded type end on the long side. Like these (I don't own these and have no idea of their actual quality, but the design is what you should look for.)
http://www.bike-discount.de/shop/a60114 ... =EUR&cn=au. Makes it much easier to get to awkward spots like under the saddle 2 bolt systems. I found that out in Tassie trying to fix my loose saddle on the road side with a multi tool.
victor wrote:I had to buy another cassette lockring tool, though, because the ParkTools one didn't fit my Shimano cassette's lockring very well.
The Duckmeister wrote:victor wrote:I had to buy another cassette lockring tool, though, because the ParkTools one didn't fit my Shimano cassette's lockring very well.
Interesting, because Park Tools are generally very good. You didn't by chance get two lockring tools in the kit; one for Shimano/SRAM cassettes & one for Campagnolo? The spline on Campag lockrings is a little bit flatter than the Shimano pattern, so although the tool fits in a Shimano ring (just, it is a very tight fit), it doesn't grip especially well.
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