|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 8 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||151522|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||151522|
|Vehicle Service Type||Street Bike|
Biker's Choice Roll-Up Tool Kit 151522
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• All the essentials to use in the garage or as a "break-down" kit on the road• 1/2″ and 9/16″ open ended wrench• 3/8″ and 7/16″ open ended wrench• 5/8″ and 3/4″ open ended wrench• 10mm combination wrench• 6″ adjustable wrench• 3/8″ drive ratchet• Locking pliers• Tire gauge• 5 cable ties• Electrical wire• Mechanic's wire• 10-piece hex key set• Flashlight• 6-in-1 screwdriver• 5/8″ spark plug socket• 13/16″ spark plug socket• Electrical tape• Spark plug gap gauge
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Ive already used mine while at Bike show (Bike On The Bricks). Had a great time while riding and visiting vendors, good concert venues, and of course meeting John Estrada (The Ponch), then when it was time to leave, I got about 20 feet from where I had parked, when my Harley Fat Boy stalled. Well, I've ridden for allot of years, consider myself a very good and experienced rider, not to mention there were hundreds of people here watching, so it was embarrassing for me to think that I stalled my bike in front of everyone. There is no way in hell I just did that. Well, I didn't stall my bike. My fuel injected beast was starved for fuel because the gas hose clamp had loosened up over the years and was gushing gas onto the ground while I was trying to restart it. This is when another fellow biker yelled at me to turn the key OFF and stop trying to start it because he saw my gas leaking and didn't want us all to blow up ! So I got out my trusty "Biker's Choice Tool Kit " and reinstalled / tightened the hose clamp up, then was on my way back home. NEVER LEAVE HOME WITHOUT THIS IN MY SADDLEBAG !