Park Tool Shop Cone Wrench Set 14pcs
The Park Tool Shop Cone Wrenches, with their unique “Y” head design, deliver unmatched strength and precision. The set, coated with a military-grade finish, includes 14 sizes for all bicycle hub needs. Their thin design and vinyl-dipped handles ensure ease of use.
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Regarded as the industry benchmark, Park Tool Shop Cone Wrenches set an unparalleled standard in quality and performance. The innovative “Y” head design strategically allocates additional material where it’s most required for enhanced strength and durability. Boasting precision sizing and a military-grade industrial phosphate finish, these wrenches guarantee precise fit and unwavering quality. Their thin profile makes them perfect for working on the narrowest of adjusting cones, while the long, vinyl-dipped handle ensures optimal leverage and comfortable operation. The SCW-SET.3 comprises all 14 wrench sizes presently manufactured by Park Tool, providing coverage for all sizes encountered on bicycle hubs.
Includes all cone wrenches produced by Park Tool:
In 1956, Hazel Park Radio and Bicycle Shop in St. Paul, Minnesota, primarily offered bike repairs using basic tools. Owners Howard Hawkins and Art Engstrom introduced a bicycle “repair stand” in 1963, which allowed easy access to bike parts. This stand gained popularity and led to the creation of more specialized tools as bikes became more complex.
By 1981, Howard and Art had sold their bike business to focus on Park Tool. The company expanded, offering over 500 products in 70 countries, and operates from a 100,000 square foot facility. Park Tool is now the preferred brand in the biking industry, not only for tools but also for repair tutorials and educational content.
Despite the evolving complexity of bikes, Park Tool’s mission remains unchanged: to create high-quality tools for both professional and amateur bike mechanics. The company attributes its success to its commitment to this mission, dedicated employees, and loyal customers. Park Tool is prepared to meet the challenges of bike maintenance in the future, just as it has for the past 60 years.