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Motion Pro T6 Tire Levers

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Motion Pro T6 Tire Levers


  • Unique No-Pinch lip on tire spoon is designed to avoid tube pinch when installing tires
  • Lightweight forged 7075 T-6 aluminum construction
  • Hard anodized finish
  • Tire spoon on one end and hex wrench on the other
  • Perfect size for any fanny pack

Note: Sockets and Drive Adapters sold separately.

Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
12/13MM 173956 08-0284 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Motion Pro T6 Tire Levers 3.9 5 14 14
Doesn't ratchet. Kinda pointless. It's very light, but doesn't ratchet, so I'm still gonna have a crescent wrench, a socket extension and several sockets in my bag, may as well bring a compact ratchet driver, as well and forget about this thing. It is super light, but not at all convenient to use. So, whatever works for you: extremely light tool you probably won't use or heavier, easier, faster and more efficient tool that will work when you need it. October 26, 2015
one of my favorite tools! Price is nearly half of what motion pro charged a year ago. Extemely light and work great. Great value now that the price has dropped so dramatically. December 15, 2014
great product looks good. well thought out. lightened my tool pac considerably. December 8, 2014
the product works as advertised great option to tool pouch. this combined with the T6 tire levers lightens the tool pouch considerably September 29, 2014
no socket attachment works great, lightweight and easy to use. thought it came with the socket though. oh well, not like i don't already have one June 30, 2014
Great lightweight easy to use Love this universal wrench/tire iron. Lightweight and easy to use. I probably should have ordered the socket attachment which does come separate.. April 14, 2014
Good lever / wrench As long as you understand that the ratchet attachment is not included (the blue part in the picture - this is just a box wrench), this is a good tire lever and wrench. I got a couple of these in the different sizes because you need two or three tire levers anyway, so why not double up the tool so you can remove axle nuts on multiple bikes without having to carry a separate wrench. A little pricey for what it is, but well made and light weight. October 30, 2013
Not a ratchet I didn't realize this before I got it. For the space it consumes (24mm hex), there's plenty of room to make it ratchet. For being only a stationary 3/8" adapter, it shouldn't cost $19 either. Otherwise, it's nice to have it in the tool kit as a backup driver, but I'll still have to pack a regular ratchet too. I love the tire levers, however. November 8, 2013
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Motion Pro T6 Tire Levers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ronald S: Needed a 3rd spoon, this one happened to serve more than one purpose. Oct 19, 2015
Jim O: Double use tool. Tire iron and 24mm wrench to lighten and augment my tool kit. Aug 14, 2015
Mark L: Super light weight; sleek and smooth. It sat on my desk for a few days and I couldn't stop picking it up to admire it. Really! I bought two (one for front wheel and one for rear of my KLR 650), along with the socket insert. Apr 22, 2015
Emilio D: Lightweigh, good size, good spoon shape Mar 9, 2015
Steven Z: recommended to me by an experienced rider Sep 29, 2014
Rick H: Reccominded by ADV Pulse May 12, 2014
Ahmad Zaed B: Don't want to damage the tube, tire nor rim. The material manufactured is a bit dodgy, yet to try it though. Apr 20, 2014
A shopper asked: What is the over length and width of this iron? Jul 17, 2014
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David H: 9 5/8" long
1.5" at the head, 1/2" at the spoon end
Without the driver it's 3/8" thick, with the driver it's 1"

Be advised that this is not a ratcheting driver. But it works great.
Jul 18, 2014
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Chris V: They are 9.5" long and a smidge under 1.5" at the widest end. Great tool. Very light and the spoon works well. I have used them on several occasions when changing tires on my Husky 310 and BMW 650 GS. Jul 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi. Does the T6 wrench come with the ratchet insert? Jan 24, 2013
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RevZilla: We contacted Motion Pro with your question and were told that the T6 Tire Levers do not come with the ratchet inserts. They can be purchased separately for use in combination with this tire iron. Jan 25, 2013
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