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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-07-2012, 10:26 AM Thread Starter
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Here is a place for tools to do bleeding pull bearing races and do custom vables and more there good qualty and have been around for a long time

http://www.motionpro.com/motorcycle/

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Thanks for that Johnny!! I've been looking for a decent compression tester. They have a couple nice ones

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MotionPro's Mini Brake Bleeder is the answer to my prayers. No more blue air in the garage. And its inexpensive to boot!

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I have one of their fork seal drivers. Quality tool. I'll have to invest in one of those Mini Bleeders. Sometimes you can get their parts through Amazon.com a little cheaper or without the shipping if you are getting other stuff.
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Here is a tool I use a good 80% of the time washing polishing and many more and you can find it at fleet farm sears wallmart.
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Here is a tool I use a good 80% of the time washing polishing and many more and you can find it at fleet farm sears wallmart.
My roll-around stool is great for saving knees and back. You get a big +1 for that VJ.

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My roll-around stool is great for saving knees and back. You get a big +1 for that VJ.

+2 actually. Probably one of the most underrated tools to have in a garage if you wrench your own bike. Not to jack your thread Johnny, but I just wanted to show the one I got from hardstreet. This thing really is great. Holds a ton of crap as I wheel around my garage, keeps immediate tools off the ground so they're not kicked, stepped on, or rolling away. Plus I ALWAYS know where my coffee, or beer is!


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Since we are on the subject of roll around seats... I picked up this one from Harbor Freight a few years ago. It was ok until the cheap wheels started breaking.



Then I got this one which I like much better because it doesn't have to be in any particular position to sit on it and it has better quality wheels. Being light so I can pick it up and move it around in the tight spaces I have to work with is a plus as well. Also from HF.



I like the adjustable height as well. Truly a back saver as mentioned.
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My cheap weels gave out and went to fleet farm found better ones.
Guess my ass is just to big.

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Bob I have the same seathad it less than 90 days and see what happened
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