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Working on a motorcycle’s engine is rarely a simple task. However, when it comes time to do so, it always helps to have the right tools for the job. If you have specific engine tools that are designed to aid in a particular process, it’s much quicker and easier to accomplish. For example, a motorcycle flywheel puller makes removing the flywheel a breeze. Similarly, while removing the main bearing can be difficult (or even seem impossible) under normal circumstances, a crank bearing removal tool turns it into not only a manageable task, but an easy one as well.
Replacing the valves on the cylinder head can be a difficult and tedious job when it comes to properly removing the keepers – but not if you have a motorcycle spring compressor. With a valve spring compressor, it simply becomes a step-by-step procedure that anyone can accomplish.
And of course, no one can deny how convenient a motorcycle oil filter wrench is. Changing the oil filter should be a maintenance task that even newbies should feel comfortable performing, and which an oil filter wrench, it’s a much more manageable process.
This is just the beginning of the engine tools that we stock. Here are just a few of the others:
Don’t put off working on your engine simply because you don’t have the right tools. Pick them up today at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.
PAUL in OH
I bought this feeler gauge to check the valve clearance on my RMZ 450. These fit perfectly in the tight confines of the valve train. I would recommend to anyoneRead All Reviews
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