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US Patent: 6,637,061
Combination Tool Assembly for Bicycles and Method of Using Same
Stacy T. Spracklin - Kenosha, WI
Wendell J. Woodruff - Walled Lake, MI
Gerald A. Wridt - Racine, WI
Richard L. Hopper - Kenosha, WI

USPTO Classifications:
7/138, 7/165, 7/166

Tool Categories:

Snap-On Technologies, Inc. - Lincolnshire, IL
Trek Bicycle Corporation - Waterloo, WI

Not known to have been produced

none listed

Patent Dates:
Applied: Jul. 07, 2000
Granted: Oct. 28, 2003

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The tool assembly includes a main metal body with three sockets respectively receiving the short legs of three differently-sized L-shaped wrenches. In stowed positions, the long legs of the wrenches lie against one side of the body in a nested configuration, the uppermost wrench being engageable with a retaining tab on the body to prevent movement of the wrenches axially of the sockets. The wrenches are pivotally movable about the axes of the sockets to unstowed positions, wherein they are movable axially of the sockets to either a removed condition, separated from the body, or a locked condition seated deeper in the sockets and retained against rotation. Dovetail-shaped tongues on opposite sides of the main body are respectively receivable in dovetail-shaped grooves on tire levers to mount the levers on the body, one of the levers holding the wrenches in their stowed positions. An O-ring encircles the parts of the assembly to provide additional retention. Formed on the body are open-end wrench jaws, a box wrench aperture, and a hex wrench lug, as well as a chain pin removal structure and spoke wrench slots.

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