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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.
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Shawn in CA
I get about two more rides from the rear tire each time I knobby knife it (I ride mostly rocky trails). Usually knobby knife the rear 2 or 3 times before the knobs are toast. If you are patient, you can also knife the braking edge of the knobs. Usually takes me about 12-15 minutes to do one tire. You can also squeeze a little extra life out of the front tire if you sharpen up those knob edges, but it does take a bit longer to knife than the rear. Overall I consider this a great product.Read All Reviews
Robert in TX
I have tried several ways to keep from knicking the fork seals. 85% of the time, I get it right with my homemade methods. But the 15% of the time it fails, it's a huge pain in the butt, time consuming, and costly. With the bullet, you have a 1000% chance of success.Read All Reviews
marc in NJ
i love this little dish... perfect for normal jobs... i have a bigger one if need be, but his one is my usual dish... and for the price, it helps you get free shipping. that's why i bought mine and am glad i did...Read All Reviews
don in OH
This tool makes riveting a chain very easy. I just used it for the first time to rivet a DID VT2 x-ring chain. (1st time riveting a chain). I don't know about long term or using it to break a chain. It should be ok. The Motion Pro pins are interchangeable. Tip; get a pocket caliper, $7, to measure the width of the peened pin. DID says .217 to.228 inches. Or about 5.6mm, to be sure you peen it out completely.Read All Reviews