PARK TOOL MTB-3 Rescue Tool 22A premium quality multi-tool that's small and light enough to slip into a pocket or seat bag. With 22 tools on board, you'll find yourself well-equipped for just about any repair on the road or trail. All tools are finely polished stainless steel or nickel plated steel.
- Unique three-piece design makes each tool easy to access and use
- Super tough nylon handles provides excellent grip
- Includes the following:
- Chain tool, 2 tire levers, bottle opener, pedal wrench, serrated knife
- Phillips and straight-blade screwdrivers; .127, .130, and .136 inch spoke wrenches
- T25 star-shaped driver; 8, 9, and 10 mm box end wrenches
- 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8mm hex wrenches
- Includes tough nylon carrying case
PARK TOOL MTB-3 Rescue Tool 22
Weight 10 oz. Weight (grams) 283g Box Wrench Yes Chain Tool Yes Hex Wrench Sizes 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8mm Spoke Wrench Yes Torx Wrench Yes
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Comments about PARK TOOL MTB-3 Rescue Tool 22:
I've had this tool for almost a year and thought it was pretty clever until I tried to use it in the real world for bicycle commuting. First I discovered that the tire levers built into the tool are not stiff enough to lever the tire off my commuter bike (with 26" 100psi road tires); I was stranded with this tool in my hand and a flat tire until a passing cyclist lent me his tire levers. I've since rounded off the 3 allen keys that fit my bike, rendering them useless and damaging the heads of several screws on my bike in the process, leading them to rust prematurely - the metal of this tool is just too soft and each key failed upon first use. I haven't had a chance to test out any of the other tools but no longer feel I can count on it to get me out of a bind, as it has failed me every single time I've had it out of my tool pouch.
I worked in a bike shop ~30 years ago and Park Tools was the industry standard; but the build quality of this tool is shameful.