I have the same, lol and the long ones as well. They are incredible, though I did manage to break a smaller one but still great tool, and agree with your statement
Atleast they have a warranty. I've used the 5mm a bunch for airbox bolts on honda pioneers. This is the first time I've used a bigger one. I've broken a bunch of allen and torx bits over the years, so eventually I'll take advantage of the lifetime warranty on these.I have the same, lol and the long ones as well. They are incredible, though I did manage to break a smaller one but still great tool, and agree with your statement
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Great price! Especially with the spoke wheels.
A friend has 50K on his KLR. He did the doohickey the day he bought it. Another friend and I rode the Arkansas TAT in 2015 on old 70s clapped out enduro bikes. He rode a Montesa 250 and I rode a Penton (KTM) 175. Both part of his extensive collection of old and unusual junk. Took us a week mostly because we were fixing flats and constantly changing spark plugs.I missed my dr650 terribly. Figured I'd try out the Kawasaki flavor. 2002 KLR 650.
Doohickey done, fork brace, comfort seat, progressive suspension, 29k miles. Rough around the edges, but it's gonna be a daily beater as well as what I ride from Chattanooga to the ozarks on the Trans American Trail this June. View attachment 229265
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