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post #11 of 29 (permalink) Old 10-01-2015, 04:19 PM
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That looks like a decent kit and the price isn't bad either. Only problem I see with it is the Harleys I've owned and worked on 05 and newer had standard and metric fasteners. So in my tool bag I have both standard and metric. Fortunately I've been an automotive/boat/road tractor/motorcycle mechanic all my life. So I already have 2 or 3 of about any hand tool you can think of, so I just put a kit together with metric and standard. I can't seem to find a bag that I like to keep the tools in.

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Looks like a pretty good deal.

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Looks like a nice set. I just ordered mine.
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My 1999 RK is quite a mess of different standards. Some metric, some imperial, and even some imperial with metric heads!! Makes the tool kit much larger than I'd like.
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Both the tool kit and the little multitool I ordered came in today. I must say the kit has a little weight to it


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My tool kit consist of rummage sale tools that I paint red to know they belong in my bike.
I use them for all service work so I know what I need, and add tools when I see I need them.
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Add some tie wire and some 12ga electrical wire and a few wire nuts .

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