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  1. Saw these today and thought that it was shareworthy... Handlebar risers that pivot and telescope. Looks interesting. Overkill or a great idea? More interesting stuff here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/790110674/tool-up-and-ride-cnc-beginnings
  2. I have very little experience off road so I have tried to prepare by getting geared up properly as well as fortifying the bike with moose hand-guards and skid plate, scorpion rad guard and flexible signals...I also have a spot gps beacon for real emergencies I still know very little about my bike although I have been trying to learn a bit. I have been lookin out for people willing to teach me some stuff and have found a few locally. I have a great road side assistance plan so I am not too worried if something happened riding on the pavement. But if something happens to the bike off road I will need to patch it up (if possible) to get to the road to call for assistance. I plan on riding alone a lot since I have not met many other dual sport riders in my area yet. I would really appreciate some tips on what I should take with me when venturing away from the paved and roadside assistance covered roads. Just a day trip kit that would help get the 10-20 miles tops back to pavement in case of bang up or break down..Info on common problems with the bike in rough conditions or wrecks and how to avoid them/fix them would also be helpful! Any tips and help are very much appreciated!
  3. 1 review

    BikeMaster digital torque wrenches are the ultimate wrench accessory for any precision garage. They give you remarkably accurate torque settings. They come available in various drive sizes with either 4 or 5 measurable torque units. Extremely easy to use and read, they come equipped with digital displays with auto shutoff. A techy mechanic's dream, these wrenches have an alarm and red light that indicate when the desired torque value is reached. They come with a heavy-duty protective carrying case for storage. Socket Drive: 3/8 in. Torque Wrench Scale: Ft.-lbs. Torque Range: 20-100 ft.-lbs. Torque Wrench Style: Digital Torque Wrench Material: Steel Torque Wrench Finish: Chrome Quantity: Sold individually. Notes: Features 9 in. overall length.
  4. Okay, you guys who have switched out your handlebars, how did you get past this part? I used a #2 phillips and it just stripped both of them. Went to a #1 and it made it worse. I'm open to ideas. Whoever installed them never wanted it to come off. Ever.
  5. Just wonder what you guys would consider must have's. To cover all the bases, so to speak. Two & four stroke motor work, suspension work , and specialized parts. What tools are necessary? What general size's should I cover? Thank's for taking the time Hugh
  6. Nate6283

    Street Legal CRF250R

    I want to make my 2012 CRF250R street legal. I live in Georgia and you have to have a head light, tail light, turn signals, and 1 mirror. I know i can just get a handle bar mirror, that's easy but what about other stuff. I need something easy and simple to install just to get me by. I probably wont be riding it at night or as a daily driver just take it out sometimes. Any recommendations for tail lights and head lights for the 250R. Is there any battery powered ones that will just work for a short time? If anybody has any ideas please help. Thanks!
  7. Oldtimer36

    Tool Kit

    Open up the tool kit on my new bike and found only two allen wrenches in the kit. Is that standard?
  8. Hey guys i think there was another thread similar to this one but whatever. I was wondering do you like working on your dirtbike because i love to. I hate small annoying things like carb issues but almost anything else i like working on. Is this wierd but its almost like making a connection with your bike, you know how it runs and every little sound you hear you know that sound. Could i become a mechanic. Also i love watching dirtbike movies they just motivate me and want to make me ride.
  9. 2 reviews

    THE Adventure Tools SOLUTION - Adventure Tool Roll in Premium HI-VIS or black. Repair your machine, Roll your tools, and Ride with SPECIAL PRICING! Simply the Best Set of Tools for the Adventure Rider On the Interstate, Back-Roads, Off-Road, DualSport, ATV, Dirtbike, or Snowmobile, NO MATTER WHAT YOU RIDE, OR WHERE YOU GO....We’ve Got You Covered! Kits include: • Strong, Durable, and Water resistant RRR Textile Tool Roll with Our Exclusive Magnet-Patch and Edge Roll System • RRR Nesting Sparkplug Socket Set *Patent Pending* (includes 13/16”, 18mm, and 16mm sizes with Key) • Specially designed T-Handle Driver Tool made exclusively for our kit. • Driver Bits #1, #2, and #3 JIS cross-point bits, 4mm, 6mm, and 8mm flat-point bits, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, and 8mm Hex (Allen type) bits, and two square socket adapters - 1/4” and 3/8” for use with our Exclusive Socket Stacker Set. • Specially made Bit Holder and Organizer • Sockets in 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, and 17mm stacked neatly and compactly in our exclusive Socket Stacker System. • 6” Slip-joint Pliers • RRR Hand Wrenches – A full set of specially made Open-end and Boxed-end in sizes 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, and 17mm • Multi-Use Ratchet assembly with Hex Drive and ¼” Square Drive plus Thumbwheel for one-handed threading and tightening in any position. • Socket Extensions in ¼” and 3/8”sizes • Air Pressure Gauge • Full Set of 7 Torx (Star Drive) Driver Bits that includes the T20, T25, T27, T30, T40, T45, and T50 sizes with our specially designed bit holder for you Triumph and BMW owners who will need these.
  10. I just bought an '05 CRF450R. I disassembled the top end, and am now reassembling it. I've been using a needle-style torque wrench for the light stuff in past projects, and I'm wondering how accurate they are, and what you use. Thank You, Fellows.
  11. We all have one or more Philips head screw drivers in our tool boxes. It's pretty much impossible to be a DIY'er without them. But, if you own an a vehicle that was manufactured of Asian origin, chances are, the screws on it are not "standard" Phillips head. So, if you find that your Phillips head screw drivers are ruining your fasteners, it very will might be because you're using the wrong tool for the job. Lesser known is the Japanese Industrial Standard (AKA JIS). Bottom-line, a standard Phillips driver will not go into a JIS screw all the way because the corner radius of the screw is smaller than that of a standard Phillips driver. Because of this, it leads to what is referred to as "cam-out". In fact, the standard Phillips was created to allow this, so that you know when max torque has been reached, avoiding over tightening or worse, snapping fasteners. The differences between Phillips and JIS are not easily seen, so this illustration should help. Sometimes screws will be identified as being JIS if there is a dimple or dot on its head. But, this isn't always the case. But chances are, if you're working on a Japanese machine, the Philips head screws will be JIS. JIS screw drivers are not hard to find, ranging in price from the mid to high $20.00 for the budget stuff, on up to 3x (or more) that for the good stuff. Good tools, if taken care of can last a lifetime and the right tool for the job saves time and money in the long run.
  12. This question only applies if your not on a track obviously. I ride the woods mostly and I recently emptied my camelback so I could wash it. I found I carry an awful lot of weight that is not water. Has anyone got a suggestion for some magical all-in-one tool that weighs 3 oz? I'd like to get some weight off my back. Any and all suggestions are welcome, even if it includes moving the water to somewhere on the bike. Not sure where else to put it, but you get the idea of where I am going with this. Thanks
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