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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 01-08-2019, 05:01 PM Thread Starter
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When I purchased my ATAS it came with a "tool kit" which consisted of a pouch, a screwdriver handle, a screwdriver blade that goes into the handle for either Phillips or flat head and a little plastic fuse puller. I just assumed the sparseness of this tool kit was due to cost-cutting. The other day I was looking at an online parts catalog and noticed the "Tool" subgroup of parts (see attached photo). It looks like its supposed to have some extra spanners, a 19 mm eye wrench and a sparkplug wrench. Did everyone else get the whole set? or does Honda just give you the ones i mentioned when you buy it?
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I'm sure I got all those tools
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I bought my 2017 AT in Phoenix. My tool kit came just as your's did, without many tools just a pouch, fuse puller and a screwdriver. I went and ordered all the additional Honda tools online just so I would have them on the bike. I believe it's better to have something and not need it than to need something and not have it, especially when you're traveling in the middle of nowhere USA.

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i bought my ATAS used and no tools inside the small tiny tool box on the left side.

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i bought my ATAS used and no tools inside the small tiny tool box on the left side.

pouch under seat not in "tiny box"
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I got mine used, so not sure if it came with one but I doubt it. The spot it’s supposed to store looks like a small box on the left side. Mine removes not with the Allen wrench under the seat, but with a torx wrench. And the box is sealed. I’m building my own toolkit to carry elsewhere and may convert that hollow to a hidden key/weed box.
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Yes I've got all those tools.

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Tool set was in its box and not under the seat of my (new) 18 'Sports.

I don't think much of it to be honest and will put together a rather more useful one before my first tour.
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I got just the pouch with the screwdriver blade and the Allen key under the seat. The pouch doesn't quite fit the "tool" box, even empty. While considering what tools to include in a tool roll, I realized that the only things I could fix on the side of the road could be fixed with the Allen key and the screwdriver, except a flat tire. There aren't really any other fasteners that may need to be touched. Of course, the farther from help you are, the more tools you might need to get back.
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