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Crank Brothers Y-Tool 16

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2 Reviews


Y not bring it along?

The Crank Brothers Y-Tool 16 is practically a portable workshop, with almost every tool you might need on the trail. Tucked away inside the compact stainless steel package is a variety of hex wrenches, Torx bits, and screwdrivers, along with an 8-, 9-, and 10-speed chain tool, CO2 inflator, and two spoke wrenches. If you can think of anything else you'll need, you're far more prepared than the rest of us.

  • Item #CRN001E

Tech Specs

stainless steel
Phillips #2, flat #2
Other Tools
CO2 inflator, Torx t-25, t-10, hex wrenches (2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8), spoke wrenches (0, 1), chain tool (8, 9, and 10 speed)
Claimed Weight
260 g
Recommended Use
bike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty

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Great tool needs a small seat pack.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My two most common trail problems are solved with a link and a chain tool, or a tube and a CO2. There are also bike adjustments that are much easier with a Y tool than an awkward hex wrench off a multi tool that never fits anywhere. But the tool is heavy. It could be lighter with better metal, for a Jersey. Great in my camelback, but I’d rather have a tiny Velcro seat sock to keep it in. I made one out of gorilla tape that works great, but it would be better with a real one.

Great tool needs a small seat pack.

Pretty large

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I ended up getting this thinking it could maybe slip into a back pocket or something for a ride. Turns out it is quite large. Probably an adequate tool and decent if you want to throw into a Camelbak or the like but don't bank on being able to fit this into a pocket. I returned the item given the bulkiness.

Pretty large