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  1. #26
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    Very nice! I wold love the better one, obviously, but I will change pedals no more than 3 times per year..

    Spend money on 2 good hand pumps, a Lezyne HV Alloy for the man bikes and the HP for the cross bikes. I always prefer buying quality items!

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    Just took a look at all of my pedals and most have the 15 mm hex head while a few others do not have the hex and an allen is needed to do the install.

    How about a 15 mm pedal wrench with an allen on the other end?

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    Know someone with a welder

    They probably also own a grinder to slim down that 15mm ... $10 combo tool, if you have a friend.

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    I've heard some Park Stuff is made in Taiwan but if I'm not mistaken the home pedal wrench is still made in the usa.

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    My cheaper PW-5 doesn't have any country of origin information on it, but then neither does my PW-4.

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    A few pair of my pedals can be installed using a pedal wrench while my platforms attach with an allen.
    if they all installed with a pedal wrench, I would buy one and keep it in th car so I could switch at any time, but more tools needed if I want to run with the platforms.

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    I have a Park HCW-16 and I feel it's to soft to be considered a real wrench. Are there black steel tools harder?

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