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No pro left behind.

If you can't retrieve a piece of stuck pro with the Wild Country Pro-Key Nut Tool, that stopper is there to stay. This lightweight nut tool features an integrated wire-gate carabiner so you don't have to add unnecessary weight to your rack. The Pro-Key also has a flattened end, so you can get aggressive with the cleaning and not worry about trashing your palm in the process.

  • Metal
  • Integrated wire-gate carabiner
  • Thin tip, flattened end

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4 5

Stuck nuts be gone!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great nut tool, have always used my boyfriends so decided to get me an indentical one. Does not come with leash thing shown in picture but I'm not fussed since i just clip it to a gear loop. Nice flat surface doesnt hurt your hand when banging on the tool to get that stuck bomber nut.

Wild Country nut tool with keeper

Wild Country nut tool with keeper

My WC nut tool is super bomber! Best one out there by far.

Does this come with a leash like it always has?
Wild Country Pro Key Nut Tool w/Leash

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It unfortunately does not come with a leash. Other stores might have them for a few bucks more with the leash but, we bought them without it. I know I was sad too when I got mine, literally only bought it cause I thought it came with a leash.

What happened to the leash that used to...

What happened to the leash that used to come with this tool? I ordered mine expecting to have a leash with it and am disappointed that is something I did not receive.

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As far as I can tell, BC is simply shipping this nut tool without a leash. Everywhere else that I look seems to not only show the leash, but show it attached to that (in the picture, lower) quasi-carabiner on the tool itself. I would give their Gearheads a ring, and see if perhaps you got one that didn't have it packaged or if they truly are selling the tool without the leash included.