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Where do they hide the tool kit on the XR? All they do is tell you whats in it in the manual....................not where to find it!
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Maybe your dealer forgot to include it. It should be in one of your saddle bags. It's black, textile little pouch (about 6x4 inch). It wedges nicely in the groove at the bottom of the saddle bags, so check there if you haven't already. Otherwise, get on the horn and ask the dealer if your money wasn't green enough, or why did they forget to include one with your bike.

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Black zippered pouch abot 5" x 7". No special hiding place it should be in one of your saddlebags.

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Thanks for the info - I will give him a call this morning.
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Not much for tools thats for sure. Don't trust the air gauge its off. Buy a good one.
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Not much for tools thats for sure. Don't trust the air gauge its off. Buy a good one.
True about the tire gauge. But the key for removing the windshield is a must have.

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True about the tire gauge. But the key for removing the windshield is a must have.


What kind of key is it? I thought the shield was held on by allen screws?
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What kind of key is it? I thought the shield was held on by allen screws?
Yes, the tool bag has a few allen wrenches including the one for the windshield - the only one I've used so far, but used it often.

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