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Old 02-08-2014, 12:07 AM   #21
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Old 02-08-2014, 12:33 AM   #22
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You can also use the spark plug socket out of your tool kit.
I tried the one I have and it almost fit.. 5/8 and a few others I had were the same way.
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Old 02-08-2014, 12:38 AM   #24
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Well I think we are all loaded up and ready to freeze our off tomorrow.
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You can also use the spark plug socket out of your tool kit.

This! That's what I use for my front axle.

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Jimrad,

U posted hex key n I had no idea what it was.
Then a few days later I went to harbor freighr n passed by this and it reminded me of u so I took a pic. Hehe.
U inadvertently taught me what a hex key is. Well..how it looks, not what it does.

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This! That's what I use for my front axle.

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yeah we tried that but it didn't fit. it was for a triumph 675 front axle.
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Yea the spark plug socket only works on some bikes and only certain sockets. Did you buy a hex key?
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Well..how it looks, not what it does.
It opens hex doors
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Yea the spark plug socket only works on some bikes and only certain sockets. Did you buy a hex key?
Oh yeah...actually Sysknight contrubuted to the SDR tool box..he got one that fits multiple sizes,,
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Ok cool. I was about to go pick one up for you
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U posted hex key n I had no idea what it was.
Then a few days later I went to harbor freighr n passed by this and it reminded me of u so I took a pic. Hehe.
U inadvertently taught me what a hex key is. Well..how it looks, not what it does.

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^ those are bad floor jacks for the price BTW. I have one at the house. Harbor freight rocks.
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^ those are bad floor jacks for the price BTW. I have one at the house. Harbor freight rocks.

Maybe you should use it to rotate your tires
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Opens EIGHT doors.
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^ those are bad floor jacks for the price BTW. I have one at the house. Harbor freight rocks.
Harbor freight is giving away some items. A Tarp, a 27 led light, a magnetic bowl that keeps bolts n screws inside (which I think is super cute n can use for my bobby pins n safety pins), n some other stuff.
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Harbor freight is giving away some items. A Tarp, a 27 led light, a magnetic bowl that keeps bolts n screws inside (which I think is super cute n can use for my bobby pins n safety pins), n some other stuff.
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Thanks, I'm going to stop by and get the magnetic tray and tarp after work today. Those magnetic bowls are awesome. They come in handy for a lot more than just keeping track of nuts and bolts.

You can't beat free.
This is especially especially true when it comes to getting your tires rotated.
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well...as you guys know about all the stuff I carry in my gsxr..
* tire plug kit
* CO2 tire inflator
* Basic tools: flat/phillips head screw driver.
* few wrenches
* mini Vice grips
* Electric tape
* Zip-ties, hose clamps.
* Sterile gloves.

I have now included a mini hand (manual) drill..drill bit and some nuts/ bolts.

Yes! everytime we have a broken shifter...or need to drill a few holes in a bracket...holes in plastics to use zip-ties to hold pieces together..

I will put this drill in a ziplock bag and conceal it somewhere in my fairings..
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