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 Post subject: Lightest Multi-tool?
PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2004 9:06 pm 
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Hey there, because every gram counts, I took a Park MT-1 and shaved off the largest allen tool because the only bolt on my bike that used was my crank bolts. Also I drilled out the handle in 3 places. Now weighs 37.9 grams.

Whats the lightest multi-tool out there?


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just wait for the day when your cranks need tightening on a ride and you curse yourself :D


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I drilled holes in my shorts, donated a kidney, gouged one eye out and sawed an ear off. I think I can still get lighter. My bike weighs 23 pounds. :wink:


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Do it the the American way and cut off one of your family jewels......that has to be worth at least 4 oz.....


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C-40 wrote:
Do it the the American way and cut off one of your family jewels......that has to be worth at least 4 oz.....


wow, thought I'd get a real answer considering this is the weight weenies forum. guess not

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i use the same multi tool with my mtb, just not drilled or any of that stuff.

typically when i ride road i bring a co2 and nozzle. spare tubular and a cell phone. i figure the record shouldnt bust as long as my skills are good enough, and i havent gotten fired yet. :wink:


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I have a 63 gram cell phone :D

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