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    Pedros Tutto

    http://www.pedros.com/tutto.htm

    I have been trying to get one since they announced it at Interbike almost 2 years ago. Looks like they are finally available.

    Has anyone used one? It seems like a good tool as you can use it on 9,10, and 11 chains and is cheaper then the Campy tool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor Falsetti View Post
    http://www.pedros.com/tutto.htm

    I have been trying to get one since they announced it at Interbike almost 2 years ago. Looks like they are finally available.

    Has anyone used one? It seems like a good tool as you can use it on 9,10, and 11 chains and is cheaper then the Campy tool
    I don't know about you, but in anticipation of obtaining one, I've been riding without a rear skewer since last year, when I read about it. They better release it very soon - I've had a few close calls in the pothole-ed roads of Boston.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orange_julius View Post
    I don't know about you, but in anticipation of obtaining one, I've been riding without a rear skewer since last year, when I read about it. They better release it very soon - I've had a few close calls in the pothole-ed roads of Boston.
    Supposedly it is now available. just under $100 online......I just wonder if it works

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor Falsetti View Post
    Supposedly it is now available. just under $100 online......I just wonder if it works
    Ah, my bad: I thought you were talking about the Tulio.

    http://www.pedros.com/tulio.htm

    Hence, my riding without a rear skewer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orange_julius View Post
    Ah, my bad: I thought you were talking about the Tulio.

    http://www.pedros.com/tulio.htm

    Hence, my riding without a rear skewer.
    Wow, that is cool. Now I need to order a few more things.....

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