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Hi,

You have to use a 1,3" Allen key for change the bit ! ( If you use our wheels for example, it is the same Allen key ...)

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Jacques
 

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Hi David,

Not sure to understand all your need ??? ( my bad English !
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In the doubt, the 0,9 bit go with the "Gold" tool, 1,27 bit with the "Silver" one and 1,5 bit with the "Black" one ....

Yes, you need our standard allen key, sorry ! ( we use it for our wheels, stoppers, crown gears, removable pinions too )

Note : Thanks Matt

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Jacques
 

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Hi,

At the beginning,we gave one allen key in eack pack of wheels or other products and our fidel customers had dozens of keys they paid !!!
We decided to optimize our products costs (and so retail prices) by no providing always allen key ....

David:It is logical you have a tool for each bit size because the torque is indeed determined by this bit size!

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Well, i am afraid all is not clear , sorry !

Take an example : For 0,9 tip, the torque of the tool is limited in order to not damage by forcing too much when you loose screws ....
If the tip is different, the limit of the torque is different too !

So, it is not for gain money ! It is just three different tools with their change bits


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