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Where can I find a thin 15 mm wrench to hold the pin bolt on my brake calipers? I'd rather not have to mail order one. Thanks.
 

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Maybe try a local bicycle shop. I have a bicycle tool kit that I ordered from Amazon and it came with several sizes of thin wrenches.
 

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Maybe try a local bicycle shop. I have a bicycle tool kit that I ordered from Amazon and it came with several sizes of thin wrenches.
x2 I have some Parktool bicycle wrenches and that is what I have used for my brake pin bolts. short of that you can always grind a cheap 15mm wrench flat as they don't take much to hold them.
 

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Thanks guys. I assume bike as in bicycle correct?
 

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Yes, Park tools are bicycle tools.
Thanks, I'm looking to do the Teraflex big rotor kits and read the thin wrench is needed for the caliper pins. However, the Teraflex install video installer seems to be using a regular 15mm craftsman wrench.
 

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Thanks, I'm looking to do the Teraflex big rotor kits and read the thin wrench is needed for the caliper pins. However, the Teraflex install video installer seems to be using a regular 15mm craftsman wrench.
I did the big rotor kit and standard craftsman or a standard husky or a standard snapon would not work for me. fortunately I have bicycle tools as well. Park or shimano pedal wrenches work great.
 

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I did the big rotor kit and standard craftsman or a standard husky or a standard snapon would not work for me. fortunately I have bicycle tools as well. Park or shimano pedal wrenches work great.
Thanks. I was a 15mm needed correct? I'd rather not by a full set if I can help it.
 

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Kobalt FTW!!!

I did the big rotor kit and standard craftsman or a standard husky or a standard snapon would not work for me. fortunately I have bicycle tools as well. Park or shimano pedal wrenches work great.
I just crawled under my Jeep... a regular Kobalt is thin enough to fit. :)
Turns out that it's actually the only 15mm wrench I have. I guess my other sets did not come w/ a 15mm.
 

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Make a thin wrench. Buy a cheap wrench and take a grinder to it. Now, if you don't have a grinder then buy a thin wrench..lol
 

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