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K2 K Inline Skate Tool

$6.95
K2 K Inline Skate Tool
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Overview
 

The K2 K Tool is a good inline skate tool to have. It features an Allen wrench for your axles and a built in bearing pusher in the handle to pop your bearings in and out. The K Tool is also longer than other tools, which allows you to get in between the wheels and to the frame mount bolts with ease.


  • Allen wrench for your axles
  • Bearing pusher in the handle
  • Longer than other tools



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Model Year  2012 Model Number  I06943150 Product ID  212110
Shipping Restriction  This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.     
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May 01, 2012
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Good tool for replacing wheel/bearing.
 
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Q: How does the tool remove the wheel bearings?
Asked : Dec 09, 2013
By : jim
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A: This inline skate tool has a built-in pusher in the handle for popping out your skate's wheel bearings. It also has a built-in Allen wrench to use on your axles.
Answered : Dec 09, 2013
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