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Reddit reviews on Venzo 1/4 Inch Driver Beam Torque Wrench Set - 2 to 10 Nm - Small Adjustable - Great Maintenance Tool For MTB, Mountain, Road Bike & Motorcycle - All Bits Are Included As a Kit - Bicycle Carbon Parts Essential Tool

Sentiment score: 6
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We found 9 Reddit mentions of Venzo 1/4 Inch Driver Beam Torque Wrench Set - 2 to 10 Nm - Small Adjustable - Great Maintenance Tool For MTB, Mountain, Road Bike & Motorcycle - All Bits Are Included As a Kit - Bicycle Carbon Parts Essential Tool. Here are the top ones.

The Venzo Combo Torqure Wrench and Bit Set is the essential home workshop tool. Simple and easy to use, this torque wrench is used for correct tightening of bolts on frame and components to recommended torque values for safety and performance.Comptact Size for Carrying. Torque range: 2-10 NM. 1/4'' Torque Fix SetAllen Keys 2/ 2.5 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 8 mm, PH2, T10 and T25Solid Material Top Quality Tool. Made in TaiwanWarranty 2 Years

Found 9 comments on Venzo 1/4 Inch Driver Beam Torque Wrench Set - 2 to 10 Nm - Small Adjustable - Great Maintenance Tool For MTB, Mountain, Road Bike & Motorcycle - All Bits Are Included As a Kit - Bicycle Carbon Parts Essential Tool:

u/wot_in_ternation · 4 pointsr/cycling

Make sure the assembly that holds the hex head screw is pushed all the way down. It can move with the seat post as you are adjusting but it should be all the way down inside the housing behind the top of the seat tube before tightening.

Also, get a torque wrench. I have this one which is relatively inexpensive and great for low-torque adjustments.

u/The7Pope · 3 pointsr/MTB

I have this exact one. It is great. Small enough to fit in your pack, in an under saddle bag, or even in a pocket. It will work on most of the screws on your bike.

1/4" 2-10NM Bike Bicycle Basic Torque Wrench https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V4CQEGW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_NbVMzbJYWC1YW

u/atetuna · 2 pointsr/bikewrench

Sorry to hear about you getting hurt.

I'm not familiar with the assembly paste Shimano ships with their carbon fiber parts, but here's what I use: Finish Line Fiber Grip

With barely any torque it locks my bars in place better than full torque spec did without it, and it gets a lot better with additional torque. I also carry this tiny torque wrench on longer rides so I have no excuse for my bars coming loose.

u/Lo8ot_42A · 2 pointsr/MTB

My old Transition Bottlerocket was a small frame, so I crossed my fingers and went with a small. It's spot on. I'm 5'5" with more torso than inseam.
That medium frame will work like magic.

So I'm still tuning the fork & shock, so they're not as plush as my old ride yet. The extra rotational torsion from the larger wheels makes it feel heavier in the air, but that's a feel and tuning thing, so I'm getting used to it.

I really can't say enough good things about the bike, the Level Link is Santa Cruz's VPP, so its totally loose in the corners, no brake jacking. Huge value for the $$$.

Does REI sell DB (in the USA)? You could try that if it's too risky, but check out their return policy and give DB a call with your concerns.

Also, it comes with a cute torque wrench that's accurate enough. I like this one better, it has less wiggle.

u/trommsdorff · 2 pointsr/bikewrench

I've got one of these
https://www.amazon.com/2-10NM-Bicycle-Basic-Torque-Wrench/dp/B00V4CQEGW/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1484319140&sr=8-2&keywords=bicycle+torque+wrench

It is adorably small, cheap and fits in pretty much any tool kit. I really only worry a lot about cockpit and carbon for precision torques, so I just have a low range torque wrench.

Larger torques I am comfortable with going by feel.

u/eeget9Eo · 1 pointr/bicycling

I realized I need to buy some stuff to maintain my bike, and was looking for some input on what to get for the 'essentials'.

I need a repair stand. I was thinking about this model from Amazon. Seems to have decent reviews. I have a step-through bike so I guess I just hold it by the seat post and that's fine?

I also wanted to adjust my saddle position and the seat post length, do I need a torque wrench for this? I found this one. Should I just get a fixed torque one? Or just use normal hex keys and save my money?

For cleaning the chain and drive train, is it worth getting one of those special chain cleaning tools and cycle specific degreaser or can I just use "LA's Totally Awesome" cleaner and degreaser from Dollar Tree and a couple of floor scrub brushes held together? The Dollar Tree product I have already because I use it diluted as a general cleaner. At full strength it can soften certain plastics and remove some paints so it's pretty strong.

Is there any other stuff that I'm missing that I need for basic maintenance that I'm missing?

u/RandyFeFiBobandy · 1 pointr/Velo

Week by week a chain whip, cassette removal tool, crescent wrench, a set of allen keys, a chain cleaning tool, and a little torque wrench (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00V4CQEGW/1) are what I use weekly to maintain my bikes.

Everything else I really only use once or twice a year. Things like bottom bracket tools, cable cutting tool, 4th hand tool, larger torque wrench. There are probably some other specialty tools I'm forgetting that I only use every couple of years.

u/raygundan · 1 pointr/bikecommuting

She's a beauty!

Also, if it's your first time with a carbon frame, I love this tiny torque wrench. It's not any bigger than any other multi-tool you might carry for stuff, but it'll keep you from overtightening something on that precioussss carbon frame.