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Whether you are an expert mechanic who loves to work on your bike as much as ride it or just a novice looking to learn more, one thing is certain: Having the right tools on hand can completely change your experience. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries one of the most extensive selections of dirt bike tools available online.
Whether you need a spoke torque wrench to keep your wheels trued or a motorcycle bearing removal tool to simplify maintenance, you’ll find a variety of options here. From the dirtiest projects like changing fork seals to precision jobs using circlip pliers, we’ve got plenty to choose from. We carry all of the top brands, including Motion Pro, K&L, MSR, Tusk and many more.
Need a valve spring compressor? We’ve got it. How about a wheel truing stand? It’s here. No job is too large or small for our dirt bike tools. We’ve even got a plastic welding kit that allows you to take care of cosmetic repairs yourself! And while we have single options as simple as a sparkplug wrench, we also complete tool kits as well.
Browse our impressive list of dirt bike tools to see for yourself what makes Rocky Mountain ATV/MC so special. (Please note that we also have dedicated pages for tools related to washing, brakes, drive systems, spark plugs, exhaust systems and suspension systems. Take a look at one of these pages if you can’t find what you’re looking for here.)
Anthony in KS
I have a 1981 Honda XL185 that had been ridden HARD! It had a shredded chain guides that left bits of metal all over the interior of the motor and had clearly been super hot. Not surprisingly, I was worried the bearings would be welded to the crank. So, I put the crankshaft in the freezer for a couple hours. When I pulled it out I used a hand torch to heat the bearings on it. From there I just installed the bearing puller, during the install the tool already began to move the bearing. From there, the tool worked flawlessly and got the bearings off without any damage to the crank!Read All Reviews