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Tusk Fork Cap Wrench

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    Tusk Fork Cap Wrench (46/50mm) is a necessity for servicing many modern motorcycle forks including the Showa Twin-Chamber motorcycle forks. Made with precision to fit the large 46mm and 50mm caps found on most late model CR, CRF, KX, RM and RMZ dirt bikes. The internal section of the handle is cut to fit the inner cap wrench on the Showa Twin-Chamber forks, making it simple to change the oil in both chambers. Durable, hardened steel construction with a zinc coating – this tool is built to last.
  • The Tusk fork cap wrench made to fit the large 46mm and 50mm caps found on most late model CR, CRF, KX, RM and RMZ forks.
  • The internal section of the handle is cut to fit the inner cap wrench on the Showa Twin-Chamber forks.
  • Durable, hardened steel construction with a zinc coating.

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Good Tool

Comments On Jul 20, 2015:Exactly as described and very handy!

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Must Have Item !

Comments On Jun 15, 2015:Waited way too long to buy this tool. Works perfect, saves the fork cap and should be in every mechanics tool box !

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Fork wrench

Comments On May 20, 2015:worked great to tear forks down.

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fork cap wrench tusk

Comments On Apr 04, 2015:worked well i don't like to use channellock pliers on the caps because it scars them

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works good

Comments On Mar 21, 2015:Nice to have the right tools for the job

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Works great

Comments On Nov 24, 2014:Cheap and good tool

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A must have for any suspension tune up job

Comments On Aug 25, 2014:Simply put , you cant do a suspension tune up without this tool or you risk scuffing up the clean edges of the fork tube.

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Good basic tool for us home mechanics

Comments On Aug 13, 2014:This does what it needs to in order to get the cartridge out, as well as loosen the top cap. It is not as nice as the socket driven tools, nor is there a way to apply a torque wrench when tightening. Not really a big deal for the home mechanic so long as you have some idea of how tight things should be. If I were paid, and had the liability, to work on someone else's fork I would step up to a socket type tool. If you are not pulling the bars off the bike you will not be able to hold onto the uppers for the initial loosening or final tightening. Get a decent rubber strap wrench, or if you happen to have a spare triple clamp crown handy that would help. I found breaking the seal of the cartridge first, followed by the main cap was a good method. Different forks will require different technique.
Good bank for the buck for home use, but not recommended for shop work.

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Nice tool

Comments On Apr 05, 2014:Great fit and easy to use

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Quality tool

Comments On Feb 17, 2014:This is a quality tool at a reasonable price. It works, buy it.

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