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post #41 of 49 (permalink) Old 04-28-2017, 02:03 PM
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Same here: Fuse puller and reversible screwdriver. Got the bike from CC powersports, Clarksville, IN (Louisville KY metro). Mine didn't have a manual either....Dealer said US bikes don't get full kit, dunno why......Pathetic...
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Same here: Fuse puller and reversible screwdriver. Got the bike from CC powersports, Clarksville, IN (Louisville KY metro). Mine didn't have a manual either....Dealer said US bikes don't get full kit, dunno why......Pathetic...
Your manual is definitely included, it should be in an envelope that was in the crate. Have fun riding in the Derby traffic and have a Hot Brown for me. I used to live in La Grange, near Looaville!
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They had to order me a manual: Got it a week after I bought the bike. My girlfriend runs a Fed Ex across from the cursed track. Not many ADV type riders around here, but there are lots of killer logging roads......
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Took my tool box off last night and seem to hv full kit.rev screw driver,couple of spanners,spark plug remover,fuse remover.nothing in size to adjust my chain.had all I needed in my 2011 cbf 600.not worth the hassle of taking tool box off again so il make up a proper quality tool kit and leave it in my panniers
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Thought I would share this idea. Cut a two inch piece of 5/8 heater hose then cut about 1/4 inch slice out of hose. Wraps nicely around Motion Pro levers and snugs right into u-lock cylinders.
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post #46 of 49 (permalink) Old 06-27-2017, 03:21 AM
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Thought I would share this idea. Cut a two inch piece of 5/8 heater hose then cut about 1/4 inch slice out of hose. Wraps nicely around Motion Pro levers and snugs right into u-lock cylinders.
Thats neat! Thanks for sharing.

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post #47 of 49 (permalink) Old 07-03-2017, 01:55 PM
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No surprises here... yesterday I wanted to check my battery tender fuse, so I got into my tool kit. As others experienced, I thought those two screws were going to strip! All I had was the vinyl bag with reversible screwdriver and the tiny fuse puller. lolz Honda

I threw out the bag and wound up a motorcycle jumper cable; it fit nicely. Also, now I know I need to carry a full size blade fuse replacement for the plug - and a spare 30A just in case I actually want to use the jumper cables.

So... tool kit? I carry a real tool kit I built when away from home. When close to home my tool kit is my AAA card with Plus RV/motorcycle service.

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post #48 of 49 (permalink) Old 07-03-2017, 09:43 PM
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All I got was a screw driver, a fuse puller & a little bag + rubber strap. From what I've read this is standard in the US - we got screwed.

I'm working on building a pretty robust tookit using the Mosko Moto tool roll. I'm going to post some pictures once I'm done.
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The best tool box EVER it holds my sockets, torque wrench , tire removal tools,, spare chain , chain lube and more 👌👍👍👍👀👀👀👀
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