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Old 10-21-2011, 08:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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This seems to be the bulk of the variations on the toolkit.
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2002 US Version


2003 California Version


2003 UK Version


2006 US Version
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It would be great if someone with a 2002 and also someone with a 2003+ who knows they have not changed anything about thei tool kit would post a pic of their toolkit contents. That way everyone would know what they are looking at if they lose a tool.
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my 07 took kit is complete. if pictures are needed of an 07 i will attempt to take pics this weekend and post.
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2003 UK tool kit.




I added a home made crows foot Honda 12mm spanner for adjusting the rear spindle, and a home made plug for the front spindle.
I also cut the useless head off the sparkplug spanner and welded in a bolt head for easy access for a socket and spanner.

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KZO, that would be great imo. Its real likely the 2003-2009, and the 2010 Canadian bikes, are all the same tool kit. So if you can post your 2007, and if anyone happens miraculously to have an undisturbed 2002 kit, we'd be golden.

Gav, our posts crossed in the mail haha!
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Nice work guys, with this kind of attention, this should be resolved in no time.

Thanks for the input gents....
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my tool kit has saved my a$$. dont think i could ever leave home without it.
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my 07 took kit is complete. if pictures are needed of an 07 i will attempt to take pics this weekend and post.
that would be great, thanks.
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Only thing missing in your first post pic arizona is the shock wrench.and that will be a complete set. don't carry my set around i carry a few allen wrenches with me cause most of the bolts are allen .I also carry some zip ties and tape. im not going to change a tire on the side of the road or adjust my pre load. the plug socket dosent fit my e3 plugs. the screwdriver and the pliers are a joke.
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Only thing missing in your first post pic arizona is the shock wrench.and that will be a complete set. don't carry my set around i carry a few allen wrenches with me cause most of the bolts are allen .I also carry some zip ties and tape. im not going to change a tire on the side of the road or adjust my pre load. the plug socket dosent fit my e3 plugs. the screwdriver and the pliers are a joke.
This is great. I was going to start a thread asking what people had in their toolkits because I didn't get one with the used bike I got.
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