Lezyne Tubeless Power XL Tire Lever
Extra strong, fiber reinforced Composite Matrix tire levers engineered for use with tubeless bicycle tires. The Lezyne Tubeless Power XL Tire Levers feature an aggressive tire bead hook and plenty of leverage to mount or remove difficult tubeless tires, yet designed to not damage carbon rims when used properly.
The built-in spoke hooks aid in tire removal, and integrate neatly for compact storage along with an included neoprene cover. These tire levers are optimized for convenient trail or roadside use, or everyday use by bike shops and professional bike mechanics. Available in black or easy-to-find yellow, the Tubeless Power Lever XL is the best tubeless tire companion for mountain bikes, road bikes, gravel bikes and e-bikes.
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Tool Type: Tire Levers
Mfg PartNum: 1-TL-TBLS-V104
Mfg PartNum: 1-TL-TBLS-V116
These levers are very strong and a bit longer than most so you get more leverage when you need it, I use them i for mounting or removing tight tubeless road tires and they also work great as a piston pusher for hydraulic disc brakes. You could put them in a seatbag, but they would be a bit long for some smaller bags. Slightly more expensive than some tire levers, but these babies won't break on you so the difference in cost will likely pay for itself in the long run.
These levers finally allowed me to remove my tubeless tires after 2 years!! I've broken 4 levers from two different manufacturers, all were plastic and/or steel reinforced. The only issue I had was with the little clip on the side which holds them together, I pressed on one and it broke, regardless it doesn't affect their functionality and highly recommend to anyone with tubeless tire removal woes.
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