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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Zen Slug, Jun 21, 2006.

  1. Yinzer Moto

    Yinzer Moto aka: trailer Rails Supporter

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    Did you check the tool pool at the top of the page?
  2. chornbe

    chornbe The monkey's football

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    No! I missed the presence of such a thing. I'll give it a look. Thank you.
  3. 9Dave

    9Dave Bazinga!

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    Merged.
  4. chornbe

    chornbe The monkey's football

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    Looks like no one has it to loan or rent. I guess I'll just overspend and buy one. I can add it to the pool after. If I could just find a stupid 30mm x 1.5mm nut locally, I'd just make the damned thing.

    :(:
  5. Weekend_warrior

    Weekend_warrior Been here awhile

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    Anyone own a Park Sub-frame straitener tool? Looped out on the KTM and tweeked. Really don't want to pay 225 or better for a used subframe. They are around 75 bucks total so I might just pop for one. I might try and ghetto rig it. Need to pull the plastic and check it out before bending it.

    http://www.parktool.com/product/frame-and-fork-straightener-ffs-2
  6. DannyRides

    DannyRides n00b

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    It it difficult and time consuming to balance? Would this occur after de-smoging?
  7. Ratski

    Ratski Long timer

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    I would like to request the F650GS steering head tool. But the link on the first page is broken.
  8. Blue Mule

    Blue Mule Persistent Slacker Supporter

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  9. Ratski

    Ratski Long timer

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    :wave
  10. Blue Mule

    Blue Mule Persistent Slacker Supporter

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    Man, its about time you showed up, my arm was getting sore waving this long.
  11. el Pete

    el Pete toda su base

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    I'm looking to borrow an Eagle Mfg. Rotor Holder Wrench aka the "doohickey" tool if anybody has one. Helping a buddy prep his KLR for a trip to South America.

    Thanks, Pete
  12. riverflow

    riverflow Half Built

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    I have a GS911 I'd be willing to lend out. However, since it is limited to being used on 10 different VINs, would it be acceptable to charge a pro-rated fee per vehicle added?
  13. Reino

    Reino Been here awhile

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    tool pool sounds a lot like a collection of idiots. :lol3:jack Had to comment, just sounded funny.
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  14. Ricardo Kuhn

    Ricardo Kuhn a.k.a. Mr Rico Suave

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    I don't think this is part of the usual, but I need a 7/8's or a 22mm tap to make 8 treads, I find it kind of silly to but a tool for so few uses..

    Let me know if you have that can spare for a day days..

    If I break it you get a new one..
  15. JRP

    JRP Old guy Supporter

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    I have a set of 7/8-9 taps, PM me your address and I'll get them out to you.
  16. Ricardo Kuhn

    Ricardo Kuhn a.k.a. Mr Rico Suave

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  17. richamor

    richamor like that when I got here

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    I need to borrow/rent a wheel bearing puller for a 2014 Harley. Anybody??
  18. tgeliot

    tgeliot Topher

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    Chain rivet tool needed in Denver

    Hey inmates,
    I got a new chain while on the west coast, and they put on one that was one link too long. I was able to use a breaking tool to take out a link, but now realize that even on the packaging for the clip-type master link, it recommends using a rivet-type master link for permanent use. But that calls for an expensive tool.

    Is there anyone in the Denver area who has this tool who would be willing to lend or rent it?

    Thank you kindly
  19. 3dog

    3dog Adventurer

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    I'm interested in using and paying to use a GS911 to reset my front and rear,, TPMS on my 2011 R1200 GSA.. and finally turn off my service light.. lt me know, In Joliet Il. wonder how someone replys 3dog
  20. foos

    foos pfft.

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    Category 3:
    I wanted to throw my name in the hat for those needing metal fabrication and moto service help. I am in the process of transitioning out of full time metal fabrication for a large company to working for myself, therefore I have a pretty good shop attached to my house. If you know what you are doing I can provide a wide array of metal fabrication tools: welding, bending, cutting or CNC to your project, or basket case, which ever your needs may be for the low, low cost of beer. Or if you need professional help I could offer more than smug remarks...

    I dont have a "lift", rather I have a beam dolly in my shop so I can "hang", but I also have a tire changer, metric & standard tools as well as some various Ducati specialty tools.

    My shop is located in Philadelphia. However, since I am a relatively new comer here after spending 15 years in San Francisco, where I raced, worked in moto shops, rode dirt from Washington to Baja, I really would love to help out some new moto friends on the east coast, or those just passing through.

    all the best, foos (matt@carbonsoup.com)