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With the right motorcycle tools, you can perform any job on your bike. Maintenance is indispensable if you want to keep your machine in the best of condition. However, many riders dread wrenching on their own bike or simply take it into the shop and pay a premium price. Do you fit in either of these categories? No longer! Using the right tools makes maintenance easy. You might even look forward to the next time you need to bleed the brakes or clean the carburetor. Using the wrong tools only makes things frustrating, but the right tools empower you. Even if you feel fully capable with a generic tool kit, specialized motorcycle tools can save you time and money.
We’ve assembled a collection of hundreds of tools that will make any motorcyclist giddy. Whether you’ve already got a shop full of tools or are just starting out building your own collection, you’ll find something here that’s perfect for you.
If you need ideas for a few great starter tools, consider some of these:
If you’re looking for a few unique, specialized tools for a veteran motorcycle grease monkey, take a look at products like these:
We carry everything from screwdrivers to jumper cables to circlip pliers. Browse our selection now. Whether you’re trying to find the perfect gift or just eyeing something for your own collection, these motorcycle tools do not disappoint!
Jessica in WY
The dealership in town wanted an arm and a leg to do the Wheel Bearings on my 12,000 mile, 1999 KLR 650, I figured for that price, I could order the specialty tools, top of the line double sealed bearings, water proof grease, and still have $200 - $400 to spend on whatever else I wanted... so I laughed my way out of the Kawi dealership and quickly ordered some wheel bearings and this Tusk Bearing Remover Kit. It only took me 30 minutes from the time I grabbed the jack and started working to do the 3 rear wheel bearings... I even had time to clean and repack the new bearings in that time too. Front wheel took even less time, I was done in under 20 minutes of work.Read All Reviews
Jessica in WY
But they sometimes don't grab as well as more expensive brands. Also I somehow bent the silver tipped ones on my first pair I received... and I was only working on a 1999 Kawasaki KLR 650 rear brake master cylinder with fairly small snap rings. I used a few Tusk branded items before and always had a great experience with their items, but not so much on these Snap Ring Pliers... If I didn't misplace my expensive pair I wouldn't have needed them, but for the little $ on these it was worth a shot. First set the silver tips bent, Rocky Mountain promptly shipped another set. The black tips worked "OK" in the first set... but no where as good as my other pair that costs me 4x the price o.ORead All Reviews