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In 1984, rider and racer Chris Carter saw a need for simple, yet effective tools. He knew how time-consuming and daunting some mechanical tasks could be, so he wanted tools that inspired confidence, were easy to use, and were versatile enough to cater to professionals and novices alike. With that, Motion Pro was founded and has been operating under the same ideals ever since.
Now with over 35 years of experience under their belt, Motion Pro has become a reliable and trusted brand. They’ve continued innovating and looking for needs in the industry, and that’s how they’ve come up with some of their most popular tools like the Fork Seal Bullet, Bead Budy Tire Tool, Flywheel Puller, and Pro Valve Core Remover. Motion Pro tools get the job done easily and are designed with high-quality materials to keep getting the job done for years to come.
Durable, dependable, and affordable – it’s no secret why Motion Pro tools are the go-to for experienced mechanics all the way down to weekend warriors. Shop now to see what a difference these tools can make.
Jason in NY
Maybe if you have some tiny little springs they might work, but I attempted to use these, as per the RM video, to do a tender spring swap on a RZR XP1000. Nope. I was able to get the stock springs off, but that's as far as I got. With the new tender springs on, no matter what I did, I simply could not get the main springs to compress nearly enough to get the retaining collar back on. Impossible. They can't get the job done. They are flimsy and weak. They twist, slide around on the coil, and don't open large enough to get a bite on enough springs coils to compress far enough. It felt very unsafe and I really thought I was going to get hurt badly. Very disappointing, not only in the tool, but that I can't get the new tender springs on.Read All Reviews
Mimi in CA
I hadn't used it every much, though I have had it for a while. At first I was impressed with it. It looked well made and worked as good as it looked. I took it out of the toolbox to check some tires last weekend, and it didn't seem to be reading accurately, then stuck at about 7PSI. I like the pencil style one better. I have never had any problems with that type.Read All Reviews
kris in CA
I had one of these wrenches already for my 2005 yz250 forks. Seemed to fit those fine but would not work on my 07 yz450 forks. I purchased a new one specifically for the yz450 and that one also does not work. The old one is too small to fit around the outer chamber and too small for the inner chamber. The new one is too small for the outer chamber and too big for the inner chamber. Same part number for both wrenches. Makes 0 sense. Part # 1182650001 for referenceRead All Reviews