It is an 8mm hex bit, but doesn't seem to be designed for use specifically with fix it sticks. The 8mm area of the bit is too long to fit into the orange bit holders on the bracket that came with my replaceable sticks. In contrast, the 6 mm section of that bit is much shorter, so it's unclear to me why the 8 mm bit was designed this way. Other than that, it seems to work. Just wish it was easier to store with the other bits.
they fit a little tight
I purchased one of your fix it stick kits with 4 torque tools and assortment of bits. Your kit is top notch and made well. Thank You fix it stick.
Easy to deal with Fix It Sticks. They reply when you ask a question. And ship fast.
The bits are well marked, and work well. ML
8mm is a great bit to have on a bike it’s standard for lots of cranks and you don’t think about it til someone’s crank arm is loose.
I like my fix it stick I just wish I had a 7/64 bit that I ordered I was instead sent a 10mm bit
The soft metal in the bit contorted with the first usage. Terrible quality control! A complete waste of money!
definitely not the cheap bits that snap off in the scope ring screws
Definitely a plus that you can grab some harder to find hex bits from these guys. the 8mm is a constant go-to for cranks and the 10mm is a perfect example of "better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it".