Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Steve's Tool!

Recently my good friend Steve Swope picked up a  Volume Creedence single speed for his LA work commuter. Steve quickly realized there's no quick releases which means he needs to carry a wrench for changing flats. His email basically read "can you cut me a 15mm box end down to 4" and if you want to get really trick the cut end could be a tire iron/lever."
Brilliant! 

8 comments:

Steve S. said...

Kim this is perfect save one detail, where's the BCM logo!?! Replacement craftsman and bottle of The Glenlivet coming your way. Thanks again!

Delivererer said...

You do kick ass work, Kim!

bubble visor said...

nice
smart one!

special'79 said...

For some reason simplicity always looks great. Fine job!

Flatironmike said...

hey, it's a Craftsman. Lifetime warranty, 'member?

take it back for a replacement!

great work, Kim.

Happy Holidays

BCM said...

Wow, there's some real inspirational company in here!

Thanks a ton guys.

scrapmetalart said...

beauty!

racerton said...

you couldnt help your self with making it better than the orig. craftsman tool. if only i could focus