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ASV Y-HANDLE

 
(7/29/2004)


We love products, and apparently products love us too. After being away from the office due to 2005 bike intros all week long, we came back to the office. To our amazement, several boxes of products that had been delivered from the people in brown uniforms were sitting on our desks. While we cannot go into great detail about all of the products we received (check back daily on the DW website), we'll tell you about the first product that we opened.

Tools are cool, and you really can never have enough of them. A week ago we highlighted an Applied Racing Hex Wrench Set and Race Tools Tri-Handle Wrench. We liked both and each editor battled tooth and nail over the tools. Needless to say, when ASV sent us their new 1/4" drive Y-Handle we were drooling. The Y-handle can hold three socket accessories and each arm is five inches long, providing plenty of reach and leverage, yet is small enough to fit in your toolbox. Other features include chrome plating, 5-year guarantee, textured rubber coating, and is chrome plated. The Y-Handle retails for $25.00 and is also available in a 3/8" drive. Contact ASV at (714) 775-5855 or on the web at www.asvinventions.com.

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