Over the years I've seen occasional posts from overseas Advriders depicting intriguing "Asahi" brand tools. Almost without exception members will ask where they may be obtained... typical literal answer; "http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=14731105&postcount=41" ...In short, high end Japanese forged tooling by way of Hong Kong Tool shops... aside from that Westerners and Europeans could only salivate. Recently I decided to try again to surf the web for a source and viola!!! Level Chrome LLC in Irving TX now carries them, and my order was placed late last week. In near record time I had a few exceptionally well made "Crescent" type wrenches, one of which being a typical 6.5" variant with jaws that can best be described as milled to approx 2mm thick, replacing almost every specialty stamped steel thin wrench I have hoarded for reaching into slender openings too narrow for any conventional wrench;http://www.levelchrome.com/Engineer-TWM07-164mm-65-Super-Thin-Adjustable-Wrench-_p_107.html Not particularly ideal for a trail pack, but VERY handy around the garage. Next is a wrench that IS intended for my trail pack, light weight, exceptional adjustment range, and versatile with a motorcycle friendly near "duck-bill" profile, making it small fastener friendly while working in the confines of my enduro frame/chassis;http://www.levelchrome.com/Supertool-MWM30-8-Light-Weight-Adjustable-Wrench-_p_11.html I have since ordered additional tooling which should arrive soon. Once all the Level Chrome tooling I intend to amass is stowed in my tool roll, expect a thorough review with pictures. I am not affiliated with them in any way. I DO however fully expect to be doing business with them whenever a tooling requirement can be filled by their product line. I am a retired Marine on a budget, running a modest little machine shop, and can honestly say these guys (Level Chrome) have treated every email inquiry as if we were friends. They volunteer ETA's, product availability status, and do so with an old Americana flair, courteously and with sincerity. This type of service and products are what has compelled me to share my experience. I frequently purchase many upgrades for my Advrider oriented hobbies based on what other members have shared, and now I feel like it is my turn to pass on a great find. I promise to share more of the product reviews and associated pictures etc, and believe me when I say this, I'm expecting good things from these folks given the unique light weight tooling requirements for my WR250R's expedition gear, and the niche items they carry that appear to be ideally suited to what I have hoped to stumble on for years during my ownership of many previous enduros and dual sport bikes. More soon.