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I-Beam Multi-Tool

The Park Tool IB-3 Multi-Tool is a complete take-along bike tool combining our award-winning I-Beam design with a full array of 15 emergency tools. The IB-3 includes virtually every tool you could need for most trailside repairs. Includes eight hex wrenches, a T25 Torx-compatible driver, and flat blade screwdriver, for on-the-ride adjustment of brakes, handlebars, saddles, or derailleurs. The integrated chain tool is useful for emergency chain repair and can also be used for complete chain removal and installation. The composite-wrapped tire lever can be a lifesaver when dealing with a flat tire, and includes integrated spoke wrenches for triage of loose or broken spokes.

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$33.95

IB-3 Features

  • 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 mm hex wrenches
  • T25 Torx®-compatible driver
  • Flat blade screwdriver
  • 5- to 12-speed compatible chain tool*
  • Composite wrapped tire lever
  • 8mm box wrench
  • Two spoke wrenches: 3.23mm (SW-0) and 3.45mm (SW-2)
  • Dimensions: 90 x 40 x 25 mm (3.5" x 1.6" x 1")
  • Weight: 170 grams (6 oz.)

*The IB-3 chain tool will install and remove, but not peen, Campagnolo® 11, 12 and 13-speed chain rivets.

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  • 220Triathlon: 2015's Best Multi-Tools The IB-3 is packed with features for a good price...It has enough to sort out pretty much any issue you might have with the bike.

  • Forbes: Father's Day Gift Guide 2015 Any cyclist will be happy with Park’s little IB-3 multi-tool, the Swiss Army Knife of bike repair. It weighs just 6 ounces, easily fits in any saddle bag or jersey pocket, but packs a big punch. It's a repair shop to-go for just about $25.

  • Cycling Weekly Review The Park Tool IB-3 multi-tool has classic features that make it stand out from the crowd. The IB-3 turns the multitool approach on its head by packing the tools on the outside of the body lending to one of the easiest setups for use in emergencies. Wouldn’t be out of place in the workshop as well.

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