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HP Tools Shock Wrench

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HP Tools Shock Wrench

Product Description

  • Heat-treated carbin steel.
  • Fits Showa rear mono shocks.
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This tool did not work for me it would just slip off every time i tried it so i would not recommend this product

Top 10 Contributor
Location: Jacksonville, NC

This is an OK product - basic universal spanner. I do have to admit I have better ones made for or by KTM and Yamaha but this one is much cheaper in price. *Do wish it was a bit "thicker"

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jlpz298 Over 4 years ago Location: NY
Will i have to remove the subframe to use this tool?
Top 10 Contributor
Over 4 years ago Location: Jacksonville, NC
jlpz298, You shouldn't have too but it really depends on what bike your using it on. I can adjust all off my bikes & quads as they are without removing anything.
polaris Over 4 years ago Location: ny
Will this spanner wrench work on a 2002 polaris sportsman 500 H.O.s coilover shocks?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A spanner wrench is a universal tool, with that said I don't see why it wouldn't fit. As long as the locking ring for the shocks are notched to accommodate the spanner tooth.
yfz450se Over 4 years ago
Would this fit a stock 07 yfz se shock?
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Tualatin
Yes this spanner wrench will work on that shock just fine
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