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Old 07-20-2007, 01:50 PM   #1
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HELP need some wrenches

Where can i buy a 24m Allen wrench and a 36m open end close end or socket.

I have actually found the 36m wrench but I still need the Allen wrench and I have called the below

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Old 07-20-2007, 01:51 PM   #2
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Old 07-20-2007, 01:59 PM   #3
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for your axle


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I would get a socket over a combo wrench.
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for your axle


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I would get a socket over a combo wrench.
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Old 07-20-2007, 02:06 PM   #5
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Thanks Jet can you come over tonight :icon_smil

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Need to change the back tire hu ??? I would imagine someone might even help you get it off.

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thats what i was about to say. cycle gear for the allen. must be using it for the front axle.

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Old 07-20-2007, 02:11 PM   #7
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im assuming u already have front and rear stands. or easy enough take it to Motorcycles Unlimited.
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u probably dont want to use a 36mm wrench. u better off using a socket w/ a breaker bar.
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yeah stands no problem a 2 by 6 and some bricks do wonders I'll have to post a picture a few telephone books for support at the ends

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im assuming u already have front and rear stands. or easy enough take it to Motorcycles Unlimited.
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Sorry I couldn't help you out tonight man, I just have way too much sh*t to do before leaving for the track in the morning. If it can wait until Monday night we can pull the tire and rim off and I'll give ya a ride home. Tuesday you can take it somewhere to have a tire mounted and then Tuesday night we can put it all back together. Do you not have the extra $25 bucks to just have a shop pull the tire off for ya?
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I talked to him guys and think I got him lined out, I would suggest Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited for the mount and balance I believe its 10.00 off the bike ,Suzuki of tomball charged me 55.00 just to mount tire to rim with the wheel off of the bike, never go back again, I usually get kissed when I get ****ed, I asked the owner about it and he said that was normal and I told him I checked with other shops and thought his price was a little out of line even though I paid it he offered me twenty dollars out of his wallet, I told him no thanks and I wouldnt be back.
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i always go to the local shop for these type of needs.

I NEVER go to a shop b/c 90% of the time the sh*t is stolen and I don't support someone who sells stolen sh*t.
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I NEVER go to a shop b/c 90% of the time the sh*t is stolen and I don't support someone who sells stolen sh*t.
I,m gonna have Brandon steal ur bike so I can beat the out of himHe prolly would just send his brother
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Not that I dont have " $25 to have a shop pull the tire off"man I want to be able to work on my bike myself its a pride thing

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Sorry I couldn't help you out tonight man, I just have way too much sh*t to do before leaving for the track in the morning. If it can wait until Monday night we can pull the tire and rim off and I'll give ya a ride home. Tuesday you can take it somewhere to have a tire mounted and then Tuesday night we can put it all back together. Do you not have the extra $25 bucks to just have a shop pull the tire off for ya?
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I just finished it was super easy thanks for all the help guys for my bike I needed a 36m wrench
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