If you have a large hex axle there aren't many other options. In a pinch I've used the head of a metric bolt with two nuts locked together, but bolts aren't always strong enough for the job. There really isn't any other choice, luckily the price makes this a good value.
BikeMaster Hex Axle Tool
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Excellent tool for the toolbox. Fits perfectly in my front axle. You can always put a socket on the other end if your not using the end with the hole for the rachet
This TOOL can't be beat! Why would you use anything else? Works the 1st time and everytime. Glad I purchased it. Saves a bunch of time!
Best tool to loosen those stubborn front axles!
It's ok. It has the right sizes for some axles including my r1, but only has a hole in one end for the ratchet. If I want to torque an axle from the other end I have to use a crow's foot
Everyone should have one of these in their toolbox or trail bag... but only if you like your front axle tight!
4 n 1 tool works great I do all my work on my bike so it was a tool I needed at a great price and Motorsport.com had it in stock awesome
Be careful with this tool, if there isn't enough room for the smaller stud to fit inside your axle you wont be able to remove it. I have a 2005 ZX6RR and the axle nut is only deep enough to fit the first portion of the hex stud (IE another part of the axle obstructs the tool from moving in to engage the 22 mm stud). Make sure to check your bike before ordering this tool. If you were only using the smaller studs you should be fine.