Neutron Components Oh Sh-t Kit

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This handy tool set will get you home when you get in a bit of strife out on the trails. Designed to fit securely into the ends of your bars the kit includes the essential tools you'll need to perform emergency trailside repairs. All the bits use a standard ¼” driver size so you can add or remove bits from the kit to suit your preference. It even includes a bottle opener for post-ride refreshments, or when the repair is going to take a while.

See the links below for the installation instructions and user guide.

Who's this item for: This is a great choice for any type of rider that wants to carry an assortment of essential tools in a convenient and out of the way location. 

How many tools: You get 15 tools included in the kit but you can easily swap them out for any ¼” x 25mm bit if there's something else you'd like to be in there.

What does it include:
  • Hex bits: 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6mm 
  • Torx bits: T25 size
  • Phillips bit: #1 size 
  • Spoke wrench: 3.2, 3.4, 3.6, 4.3mm
  • Valve core tool 
  • Tyre Lever
  • Chain breaker
  • Bottle opener 

Materials: The tool carrier and end caps are composite while the tool and bits are made from cast steel.

Pros: Super handy way to carry all your essential tools. Never be caught out without your tools again!

Cons: If you have single clamp lock-on grips without removable end caps you'll need to cut a hole in the end of them in order to fit this tool in your bars.
  • To download the Oh Sh-t Kit Installation Guide, Click Here.
  • To download the Oh Sh-t Kit User Guide, Click Here.

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