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For the amount of use it'll get, buying a specialty tool doesn't make sense. Either use the plastic tool you have, or a four or 6" adjustable, or a pair of slipjoint pliers. If you insist on spending dough, bring the valve to a hardware store and buy a small open end wrench that fits.
 

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Mr. Versatile said:
I'm confused. What are those for/what do they do?
They fit the Flats on the removable valve cores in some presta valves.
Continental has removable cores. Michelin does not.
A pair of pliars works just as well.

John
 
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