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    curious on a rainy day

    Well since I live in Maine and it gets dark at 430 now, and because I do not have lights yet. I am stuck only riding two days a week Saturday and Sunday, dumb. But its raining here and feel its too cold to play in the rain nowadays, don't want to get pneumonia. My question is this: what do you all carry for a 15mm wrench? Currently the only thing I have is a deep socket and ratchet. Looking for ideas to lighten my load. Possibly make it fit in a seat bag.
    I have looked at the Portland design works tool, the surly Jethro, the pedros Trixie thing, the origin 8 one, the park single speed one. any opinions on these?

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    I carry a 15 mm cone wrench. I used to carry the Surly tool, but the cone wrench packs easier for me.
    The Trixie would have come in hand the other day when my crank spider came loose...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickcarll
    My question is this: what do you all carry for a 15mm wrench? Currently the only thing I have is a deep socket and ratchet. Looking for ideas to lighten my load. Possibly make it fit in a seat bag.
    I carry a "stubby" 15mm wrench. Cheap and still provides enough torque. Should also fit in a seat bag.

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    I too carry a 15mm stubby. I use the Kobalt lowes brand though. Was like 6 bucks or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notnormal
    I carry a "stubby" 15mm wrench. Cheap and still provides enough torque. Should also fit in a seat bag.
    Yep, this one

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