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Tool Review / Pedro’s Equalizer 15mm Pedal Wrench

My current pedal wrench just never worked quite right. It was an oddly designed multi-purpose too that was short, the 15mm spacing wasn’t well machined and it just lacked that certain undefinable quality feel that great tools should have. Solution – Pedro’s Equalizer Pro Pedal Wrench!

This tool is great. It feels very sturdy, has a good heft to it but is well balanced. The round, rubber grip handle is soft and comfy and if it ever wears out, a nice white (yes, white) Oury grip could be the replacement. The wrench has a long length for good leverage and the machining of the 15mm gap is precise. The opening of the gap is also beveled so as not to scuff or scratch (pretty sure the Park PW-4 does not have bevels)

This is my first Pedro’s tool (besides their near perfect tire levers) and I am very impressed.

Pros –
Well made, well machined
Round handle, comfy rubber grip
I will never have to buy another pedal wrench, ever
Could be used to whack fools

Cons –
Too awesome?

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