Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: southern Arizona, USA
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I can recall being very glad that I had a deepwell 8mm socket with the extensive tool kit that I carry on the dirt bike; it made removing the cover over the front sprocket far easier. I'm still not sure how I got a rock up on top of the sprocket, but, that's trail riding.
However, for my street bike, I do use the kit that Honda provided in the fall of 1988, when they shipped my bike to the USA, as my emergency roadside kit.
John '14CB500XA (Daily Rider), '09CRF230L (Li'l Red Piglet), '89NX250 (sold)
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Nekkid motorcycles feel faster
1st bike: a gently used 1958 Matchless 250 thumper