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  • Tusk Flywheel/Pulley Holder

    EVAN in SC

    Disappointed

    Used product to torque down flywheel on a crf450 and the protective coating around the belt tore which caused the belt to slip on the flywheel making the job impossible to do with the tool. Waste of money.

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  • Bike Master Shock Spanner Wrench

    Chris in CA

    Didn't work for me..

    Not sure what this is for but it doesn't fit any big bikes that I own or have worked on. I do a fair amount of shock work and it's useless.

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  • Tusk Fork Oil Level Tool

    Scott in CA

    Fork oil tool

    My feelings are a bit mixed about this tool. It is very simple to use, reasonably priced, and nice to have. But when using it, the plunger mechanism got stuck several times and was shockingly hard to free up. This is very odd but it felt like the steel tube got clogged and yet I was using new, 5W oil and there were no impurities. When I pushed the plunger really hard it finally cleared but then again would freeze. When it wasn't sticking, I was eventually able to accurately set the oil level.

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  • Motion Pro Swing Arm Bearing Tool

    David in CA

    Mixed feelings on this, good, but misses the mark a...

    This is a very high quality set of tools. But, they made it so generic and it really is just an aid to doing your bearing job vs. a complete tool for the job. For example, I still needed to use sockets when pulling and installing my swingarm bearings. And the tool wasn't any help with getting the bearing into the proper position in the swingarm (KTM 450, has 2 bearings on each side, with this tool it doesn't help to know when the first bearing in in far enough). For the price, it would probably make more sense to go to a hardware store and get a threaded rod and some washers and use sockets, that would probably be around $5-$7. I still recommend it because it is very high quality and it got me 75% of the where I needed with the bearing work I used it for. Just understand it isn't everything you need to get a job done.

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  • Clymer Repair Manuals

    Dallas in ON

    Product exactly as described

    if you own any bike you should have a manual. This has every component, torque spec, and product numbers. Perfect.

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  • Tusk Crankcase Splitter

    Tim in CO

    Saved a ton compared to OEM part

    I purchased this to use in my DRZ400E rebuild (@dr.400sm). Worked perfectly and split the case without trouble, definitely go this route before shelling out $$$ for the Suzuki part.

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