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Pedro Tire Lever Pair

ITEM NUMBER: 325 PEDTL3
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$3.98
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Pedro Tire Lever Pair

The proprietary plastic blend in combination with the molded box construction make these levers the strongest available. A chisel tip for easier insertion under the bead and a slightly thicker style keeps the lever from slipping. The bold shape makes it easier to remove the tightest of tires without damage.

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Perfection - Jun 15, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Granite Falls, WA

These are perfect! Smooth, strong plenty of grip. Highly recommend these for easy tire removal and installation, especially if your going tubeless.

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The best I have used. - Apr 30, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Boston, MA

I really like these levers. I haven't had them deform at all, unlike the standard blue park levers. None of my tires are the tightest, but I have tested them pretty hard. I think the width of the levers is the best part, more stable and stronger. I carry them on every ride.

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Not the best on DH tires. Break easily. - Jun 07, 2013

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2 out of 5 stars
ELLICOTT CITY, MD

Very slippery on the tire. The plastic composite they use doesn't give any bite and the tire slips off of it easily on a hard stiff taught DH tire with a wire bead. May work fine on road tires or other softer easier tires to slip over a rim but not DH tires. Steer clear. I'd suggest Sette's with some KY jelly and a little water if you have DH tires. Otherwise they may be fine for your application. I broke two of these installing wired beaded DH tires on a DH rim before I discovered KY Jelly to slip them off and on. I would suggest sanding a tiny bit under the lip to give them some bite to Pedros or groving them so they don't slip off the bead when installing or taking them off.

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