Buy the Park 20mm or 19mm and use a file to widen it a bit. I've done this a bunch in the past to get the wrench I need. Most of my personal cone wrenches started out a smaller size. Why throw something away when you can make it work for something else is my motto. enjoy, Brandon"packmonkey"Ives SB, CA
On Wednesday, June 11, 2003, at 07:12 AM, Jan Heine wrote:
> I need a thin 21 mm wrench. Doesn't need to be quite as thin as a cone
> wrench. It's for a locknut on a BB spindle, so it must fit between the
> BB shell and the outer locknut. I'd say 3 mm max. thickness.
> Looking through the VAR catalog, I see 22 mm and up for BBs, and up to
> 18 mm cone wrenches.
> I know Park makes a 20 mm cone wrench. But no 21s!
> I guess I could buy a standard 21 mm wrench (if available - my
> wrenches skip that size and go from 20 to 22 mm!), and grind it
> Thanks for your help.
> Jan Heine, Seattle
> ++++++++++++++++++ "Sine coffea nihil sum."
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