Topeak Ninja T Mountain Behind Bottle Cage Mount With Multi Tool

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Description

Simply mounts non-adjustable water bottle cage with Ninja T Mountain with stealthy built-in tool case and hidden tool that's easily accessed with a simple twist. Included precision full metal 23 function mini tool that is comfortable in the hands for trailside repairs.

ADDED FEATURES - Secondary chain link fence, Chain pin breaker, Self-tightening tool
BOTTLE OPENER - Hardened steel with spoke holder
CHAIN HOOK - Stainless steel wire
CHAIN TOOL - CrMo steel
MATERIAL - Chrome vanadium steel (Tools), Engineering grade plastic (Tool Case)
SIZE - 14.5 x 9.8 x 4.8 cm / 5.7" x 3.9" x 1.9"
TIRE LEVERS - Super hard anodized
TOOL WRENCHES - 2-L / 2.5 / 3 (2 pcs) / 4 / 5 / 6 / 8 / 10 mm Allen, T10 / T25 Torx, #2 Phillips / Flat head, 14G / 15G / Mavic M7 / Shimano spokes
WEIGHT - 234 g / 8.25 oz (w/ Tool)

FEATURES
Simply mounts Shuttle Cage with Ninja T Mountain

Easily access Ninja Mini 20 Pro with a simple twist

Ninja Mini 20 Pro's smooth, machined profile is comfortable in the hands

 

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Reviews

3

Case snapped off after 2 months

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The whole case that was attached to the metal bracket bangs around a lot against my down tube making a loud racket, even when I ride off a kerb, although the metal bracket was secured with my bottle cage bolts.
The case snapped off the bracket on a ride with the multi-tool still inside, never to be found again. This was only after 2 months of use

Only positive is that the tool is high quality.

Great but watch fitment

by -

This is a handy holder with a good solid multitool with just about everything you could need on the trail, including a chain breaker. It was a bit of a mess around to get it mounted on my 2013 Stumpjumper as the bottle cage mounts are close to the bottom bend in the downtube. I already had a pump mount under the cage and had to use a couple of thick washers with long bolts to get the Ninja mount up high enough. I may have even had to bend the mount slightly to get it to fit. It still hits the frame when I rotate the tool holder but not too bad. I put a piece of frame skin under it to protect the frame. Now I can go for those shorter rides without the camelbak and still perform on trail adjustments.

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Case snapped off after 2 months

by

The whole case that was attached to the metal bracket bangs around a lot against my down tube making a loud racket, even when I ride off a kerb, although the metal bracket was secured with my bottle cage bolts.
The case snapped off the bracket on a ride with the multi-tool still inside, never to be found again. This was only after 2 months of use

Only positive is that the tool is high quality.

Great but watch fitment

by -

This is a handy holder with a good solid multitool with just about everything you could need on the trail, including a chain breaker. It was a bit of a mess around to get it mounted on my 2013 Stumpjumper as the bottle cage mounts are close to the bottom bend in the downtube. I already had a pump mount under the cage and had to use a couple of thick washers with long bolts to get the Ninja mount up high enough. I may have even had to bend the mount slightly to get it to fit. It still hits the frame when I rotate the tool holder but not too bad. I put a piece of frame skin under it to protect the frame. Now I can go for those shorter rides without the camelbak and still perform on trail adjustments.

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Topeak Ninja T Mountain Behind Bottle Cage Mount With Multi Tool4712511836851

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