Tusk Steering Stem Spanner Wrench
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Tusk Steering Stem Spanner Wrench

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  • Used to loosen or tighten the lower slotted steering stem nut.
  • Eliminates having to use a hammer and screwdriver.
  • Fits most bikes with 35-45mm slotted steering stem nuts.

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great tool

Comments On Dec 02, 2013:makes it easier than hammer n punch to adjust sag and shocks

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I keep buying Tusk

Comments On Apr 23, 2013:it works, it costs less

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CRF250R Enthusiast

Comments On Jan 30, 2013:This is a must have tool for any do it yourselfers out there. Great product that gets the job done.

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Excellent

Comments On Feb 21, 2012:YZ450F 2008 and KX450F 2007. It works like it should on both bikes.

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Great Tool

Comments On Mar 08, 2011:Never wonder again if it's tight enough using a screw driver and a hammer. This tool makes it so easy to get it right. Glad I bought it.

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works fine

Comments On Dec 06, 2010:works fine to loosen and seat bearings using the castle nut. i usually set final tension with by hand wearing work gloves though. head bearing dosent need cranking down.

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Works great.

Comments On Oct 07, 2010:Works like it should. Good price too.

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Excellent tool at a great price!

Comments On Sep 20, 2009:Another Tusk tool that is money well spent! Stop smacking that steering nut with a screw driver and get the proper tool at a proper price.

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Can't go Wrong

Comments On Mar 09, 2009:Everything I've bought from Tusk racing has been at a great value and high quality. You can't beat this wrench. Save yourself a headache and pay a few bucks for the wrench.

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Tusk steering spanner wrench

Comments On Jun 18, 2008:If you have ever tried to loosen or tighten the thread bolt (it looks like a miniature sprocket with square teeth instead of pointed teeth, located just below the top triple clamp) without this tool, you'll know that a hammer and a standard screw driver don't work. This does. It's that simple.

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