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post #1 of 16 Old 04-30-2012, 02:17 AM Thread Starter
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i was looking over the bike today and found that i dont have a toolkit. I guess the PO needed some tools Does anyone know where i can get one? i always like to have the bikes stock toolkit just in case. Dealer maybe?

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post #2 of 16 Old 04-30-2012, 02:37 AM
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I'd shop the online motorcycle parts places for some as well. Give hondapartshouse.com a try, before I found mine in the classified I looked and they were like $50 shipped I believe

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It may be more likely that the tools didnt come with the bike. The only thing in my tool kit was the useless helmet lock cable. I ordered the spanner for rear shock adjustment and the spark plug wrench. The rest seem like just common tools.

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It may be more likely that the tools didnt come with the bike. The only thing in my tool kit was the useless helmet lock cable. I ordered the spanner for rear shock adjustment and the spark plug wrench. The rest seem like just common tools.
+1. I got lucky and the one owner on mine was meticulous, but I think Mike is right. I can grab my kit later tonight and take a pic of what's in it.

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This shows you what is in it, or supposed to be

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You should just have a support vehicle with a fully loaded snap on box follow you everywhere

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I got home with my brand new 919 and realized I didn't have the toolkit that was supposed to be in it, as per the owners manual. I rode back to the dealership and requested they provide one. They said it didn't come with one, and I said, well, then give me the bike that goes with this owners manual that says it does come with one. That seemed to convince them, they were able to round up enough spare tools in the shop and even a tool bag to make me happy.

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I thought that was what a cell phone was for?

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I thought that was what a cell phone was for?
only you would know..... now if you'd only ride the 919 more you wouldn't even need the cell phone

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I am no longer allowed on the 919 by Her Highness the Winch.

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They said it didn't come with one, and I said, well, then give me the bike that goes with this owners manual that says it does come with one.
Well played sir.

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I am no longer allowed on the 919 by Her Highness the Winch.
winch [noun]
1. the crank or handle of a revolving machine.

witch [noun]
1. a person, now especially a woman, who professes or is supposed to practice magic, especially black magic or the black art; sorceress.

wench [noun]
1. a country lass or working girl.

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bikebandit.com it's like 46 bucks but the want 16 and change for a pressure gauge I DON'T THINK SO! My 02 919 doesn't have a tool kit either just added weight don't need tools on a 9r

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winch [noun]
1. the crank or handle of a revolving machine.

witch [noun]
1. a person, now especially a woman, who professes or is supposed to practice magic, especially black magic or the black art; sorceress.

wench [noun]
1. a country lass or working girl.

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Binch [noun]

1. a. A bitch around Christmas time


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winch [noun]
1. the crank or handle of a revolving machine.

witch [noun]
1. a person, now especially a woman, who professes or is supposed to practice magic, especially black magic or the black art; sorceress.

wench [noun]
1. a country lass or working girl.

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I can get away with calling her a winch (evil mean nasty person with a little tude but last time we had a discussion about the 9nr and me I said something about her being a bitch about it.
She went out and bought a $300 set of ear rings on MY debit card then came back and told me she was an expensive bitch.

I am sticking to winch and riding the ZRX.

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I can get away with calling her a winch (evil mean nasty person with a little tude but last time we had a discussion about the 9nr and me I said something about her being a bitch about it.
She went out and bought a $300 set of ear rings on MY debit card then came back and told me she was an expensive bitch.

I am sticking to winch and riding the ZRX.
Ouch.

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