Allen Truss Rod Wrenches

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Allen Truss Rod Wrenches 1/8"

1/8"

Item # 6107
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$10.50

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Allen Truss Rod Wrenches 1/8" bent for tuner clearance on 6-in-line peghead

1/8" bent for tuner clearance on 6-in-line peghead

Item # 6210
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$9.50

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Allen Truss Rod Wrenches 4mm

4mm

Item # 6113
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$10.50

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Allen Truss Rod Wrenches 3/16"

3/16"

Item # 6115
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$10.50

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Allen Truss Rod Wrenches 5mm

5mm

Item # 6108
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$10.50

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Allen Truss Rod Wrenches

Allen ball end for easier access! These heavy-duty wrenches feature a special 1-1/2" long (3.81cm) Allen ball end, permanently set in a sturdy anti-twist steel shank.

Each wrench can also be used at an angle—great for getting into a recessed truss rod access cavity. 12-1/2" (31.75cm) overall length keeps your knuckles safely away from the peghead.

#6210 wrench is bent so it won't bump the tuners on a 6-in-line peghead.

Our veteran guitar technicians developed these high quality steel truss rod wrenches for the repair shop. The length, comfortable rubberized handles, durability, and variety of sizes let you perform truss rod adjustments more efficiently.

These tools are available in our money-saving Truss Rod Wrench Set.


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Great Tool!

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Perfect leverage!

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Good Tool

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I bought this tool, 4mm, for my Epiphone guitars and it works like a charm. So much better than the included truss rod wrench that came with the guitars.

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Junk - End Twists off

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They are advertised as " heavy-duty wrenches", but are very weak. I have an 87 Strat with a tight truss rod so I purchased this tool, tried it and the tip "twisted" off with little effort. I took the tool to the grinder and smoothed out the break, tried again & now it works great without the "ball end". WATCH OUT the broken "ball end tip" is difficult to remove out of your truss rod nut after it breaks off.

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