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Tyre levers
#1
Having just spent far too long prising enough rubber off my wheel to add more sealant i need a better set of tyre levers, any suggestions?
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#2
Have a search through buying advice threads as I asked same question a few months back
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#3
Hi Rick,

This is what i use

the best by far
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#4
Park tools blue ones, best plastic ones imho
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#5
"Deadpool2e" Wrote:Hi Rick,

This is what i use

the best by far

+1
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#6
"BMJBOY" Wrote:Park tools blue ones, best plastic ones imho

like those cope pretty good with heavy tight tubeless tyres and not too rough to hurt wheels
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#7
Cheers guys, decision made. Hopefully you'll have no need to see them in Wales...
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#8
"NOT4ROADUSE" Wrote:Cheers guys, decision made. Hopefully you'll have no need to see them in Wales...

You wont, as the other 20+ riders will also have them!   Big Grin
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#9
"BMJBOY" Wrote:Park tools blue ones, best plastic ones imho


+1.

I find these nice and stiff, not too bendy!
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#10
"NOT4ROADUSE" Wrote:Having just spent far too long prising enough rubber off my wheel to add more sealant i need a better set of tyre levers, any suggestions?

Is it time for your bi-annual mountain bike ride ?  Wink
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