NEW! BMW Airhead Exhaust Nut Wrench

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by HPMGuy, Oct 16, 2008.

  1. LarryGS

    LarryGS Been here awhile

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    I recieved a wrench in the mail today - it's a beautiful piece of work. Thanks HPMGuy!!
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  2. elmontanero

    elmontanero Practicing...

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    What a nice piece of work, received mine today. Thanks!
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  3. airheadpenguin

    airheadpenguin Danger to himself

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    Any chance you're still making these?
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  4. Ben Carufel

    Ben Carufel Boxer Addict

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    Bump. I too would like one. PM sent to see if any are still available.
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  5. HPMGuy

    HPMGuy Been here awhile

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    Yes, wrenches are in stock. $40 shipped in the US. Paypal to sales (at) hendersenprecision.com , be sure to include your shipping address with payment and I will get one on the way.
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  6. BrokenR80RT

    BrokenR80RT But I'll fix it.

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    These lil' bugars work great. I struggled like hell to get one of my nuts off (:csm- just kidding) and this tool hung in there. Heating the nut helped. Very pretty blue too!
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  7. _cy_

    _cy_ Long timer

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    got any more wrenches?
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  8. HPMGuy

    HPMGuy Been here awhile

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    Wrenches are in stock! Price remains the same at $40 shipped in the US. I updated the design of the wrench to now work with all Airhead finned exhaust nuts.

    Paypal to sales a hendersenprecision.com, or email/pm me if you would like to pay by check.

    Thanks!
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  9. _cy_

    _cy_ Long timer

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    thanks... don't have the original lug nut wrench in tool kit... can something else be used with this tool?
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  10. HPMGuy

    HPMGuy Been here awhile

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    The bore in the top of the wrench will accept anything with a 1/2" shaft for leverage.
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  11. garthg

    garthg Been here awhile

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    You would only need to remove the exhaust nuts if you needed to remove the heads. It's hard to think of a top end failure that would be so severe that you couldn't get to a bigger town or major city. Even a very poorly running bike will usually get you to a bigger town.

    I've ridden across the U.S. I can't see a need to pack it.
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  12. HPMGuy

    HPMGuy Been here awhile

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    Hello!

    Just a heads up, the design of this wrench has been revised. The updated version fits all BMW Airhead nuts (including large finned models), does not engage every fin so bent ones can be skipped and weighs only 5oz.

    Price remains the same at $35.


    Just because it is durable, lightweight, compact and can easily fit into a tool kit doesn't mean you absolutely have to take it with you on the road. :lol3 The wrenches are plenty stout for daily use and work just as well in your home garage.

    Thanks for looking!
    Guy
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  13. igormortis

    igormortis Long timer

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    I'm a fan. Don't need to find much of an excuse to spend $35 on one of these. I'm tempted to get another, updated version.

    For what it's worth - I've needed to adjust the fit of the exhaust fit a number of times, after knocks and then many miles of rough road after. Not to mention moving the exhaust for the oil filter change.

    I've ridden across the world. Bigger towns or major cities are not always what you expect. I like being able to fix the bike with the toolkit.
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