Black Friday Cycling Deals - 32% off X-Tool Essential Torque Wrench

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Carbon frames and components demand accurate torque settings.

If you've got carbon components then a torque wrench should be an essential part of your toolbox.

X-Tools Torque Wrench Set
£24.99
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Bikes are relatively simple machines to fettle and fix, but with carbon components becoming increasingly common, you'll need to be careful with bolt torque settings.

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That's because components like carbon handlebars and seatposts are more prone to crushing under excessive clamping load.

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A torque wrench is what's needed to make sure you get the bolts set correctly, but they can be expensive tools. If you're only going to be using this tool once in a while then you'll probably want to save some money.

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This X-Tools wrench is the perfect answer for the home mechanic. It has a wide range of easily-adjustable torque settings and loads of bit sizes.

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It's also very good value at just £24.99.

X-Tools Torque Wrench Set
£24.99
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The CRC journey began in 1984 as a small family business in Northern Ireland, serving and supporting local cyclists. It’s been an incredible ride so far, with the company growing to a collective of over 450 cyclists, swimmers, runners and passionate professionals supporting a global community of cycle and multisport athletes.

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