Take care of those trick-looking colored rims on your bike! Metal tire irons can scratch anodized color, leaving dings and scuff marks on your wheels, but that’s exactly where Stubby Tire Tool (Patent Pending) steps in.

The American-made Stubby Tire Tool is made from high-quality plastic rather than metal. The plastic compound not only prevents damage to your rims; the revolutionary design also helps you avoid ending up with pinched tubes.

The Stubby Pro (pictured) is sold as a set (2) and is available in several different grip-color options: red, orange, yellow, blue, green and gray. The Stubby is also available in two smaller sizes – the “Fanny Packer” ($28.99) and “Slim” ($29.99).

Stubby Tools are shipped the same day (or next business day at the latest) via UPS. Stubby also includes an informative guide to easy tire changing with every set. For more information visit www.StubbyTireTools.com.


Stubby Pro $34.99
Stubby Slim $29.99
Fanny Packer $28.99

Stubby Tire Tools
P.O. Box 4099
Paso Robles, CA 93447

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  • g taylor

    12/21/2010 9:18 PM

    No need for irons more than 12" long if you use the right technique. I haven't used these but a friend of mine has and spoke very highly of them.

  • IMoto122

    12/15/2010 8:21 AM

    I have used similar tools in the automotive industry, and they were more of a gimmik.. They bent easily. I hope these will prove me wrong, as that fanny pack one would be awesome if it proves effective.

  • woodybepierced

    12/15/2010 7:49 AM

    These need to be about 6"-8" longer to really be affective. Not much leverage with only 12" (So many comments).

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