You need T-Handles to get your maintenance work done
October 26, 2016
When you go to perform some routine maintenance, you notice that all you have in your tool box is a claw hammer, dried-out JB Weld and an old ratchet with half the sockets missing, but you seem to be missing something else that will get your bike back on the dirt.
Yes, we know Malcolm Smith might have been able to beat Baja and stay on gold medal pace at Six Days with nothing more than bailing wire, duct tape and a plug wrench, the rest of us need some real tools to get the job done. Enter Malcolm Smith Racing Hard Parts T-Handles.
“While T-Handles may not be the greatest invention since sliced bread, try working on a bike without them,” says Malcolm Smith Racing Hard Parts brand manager Jason Gearld. “T-handles definitely belong in your tool box!” Durable chrome vanadium construction and a full range of metric sockets make this tool set a must for any dirt biker, he adds.
“The mass of a T-Handle creates a flywheel effect to more efficiently spin the wrench, while the handle itself offers added leverage to break loose stubborn nuts and bolts,” says Gearld. “Deep six-point sockets in the most common sizes should make it possible to make just about any repair short of splitting the cases.”