To give our customers the best shopping experience, our website uses cookies.  Learn More

adventure Clutch Tools

You are viewing a combination of machine-specific and universal parts. Please choose a machine to display parts specific to your machine or select a part below.

Choose a machine

User Tip: If you're unsure of your vehicle type, you may skip the machine type selection box.

Use one of my Saved Machines

Latest Tools Reviews – You could win up to $500 for reviewing products!

  • Motion Pro Multi-Purpose Tool

    KEVIN in MO

    Motion Pro Multi Tool

    This is really a neat tool. Engineered for compact yet precise tools. Saved some weight in my backpack as well. I plan on taking in on several dual sport rides to reduce weight.

    Read All Reviews
  • Yamaha OEM Service Manual

    TRANSMITTERGUY in PA

    Rhino manual, a good investment.

    I'm a book guy, I like to have service manuals on all my power equipment. This Rhino manual is A1 class, printed, full manual that I can use to look up whatever I need to on my machine. I have the PDF versions too but I like paper. It is worth every cent.

    Read All Reviews
  • Tusk 6 Way Spoke Wrench

    Rick in CA

    Spoke nipple wrench.

    It may fit some spokes, it did not fit my honda xr100r wheel spokes. Some were too small, some were too big, none were perfect. One end was 2 4 6 the other end was 1 3 5, I am guessing millimeters. Hard to believe a stock honda dirtbike, this would not work on. A little dremel, with a cuttoff wheel, enlarge the 2 I believe.

    Read All Reviews
  • Tusk Chain Press Tool

    Pierce in OH

    Decent tool. Could be better options.

    Haven't used it yet but used one with one of my friends. Once you figure it out, it works pretty well.

    Read All Reviews
  • Tusk Exhaust Spring Tool

    Tim in MT

    Works as advertised

    Works great for exhaust springs. The bend it has is nice to move the spring around. I would recommend to people if they don't already have one.

    Read All Reviews
  • Tusk Keychain Low Pressure Tire Gauge

    William in UT

    Works

    Hard to read numbers and internal spring makes it hard to read. You have to read while pressing on valve stem. I marked my desired tire pressure with a sharpie and it makes it easier to see.

    Read All Reviews
RM Cash ProgramParts Finder