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Specialty tools
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I'm looking for a set of specialty tools for bike repair and maintenance. The kits I found via this site include tools I don't need. I have a full set of snap on tools in my shop, so i'm looking for just the specialty tools most needed. If anybody knows of a "kit" with just these tools, or can give me a list that would be great!
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#2
This thread should probably be in the "Tools & Shop" section, but moving forward, it would help a lot if we knew what sort of bicycles you intend to work on.

I started a thread recently where people gave their preferences for starter kits with specialty tools for various types of bikes.

http://forums.bikeride.com/thread-2520.html

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Steve
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