In most cases these feeler gauges will work with your bike, but not all bikes require the angled gauges. If you ordered this and find that a flat gauge might have served you better, you can simply remove the applicable gauge from the bundle and use the other end. Problem solved!
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The angle on these actually made it more difficult to get under my cams on my 08 yz450. If that wasn't bad enough it didn't even come with all the proper sizes to measure. If my valves were in spec there would be no way of knowing.
Solid tool from BikeMaster. Unlike other feeler gauges this one has a nice little bend on the end that makes it easier to check your valve clearence on your four strokes. The bend is not so acute that it hinders use in measuring other things but is just enought to make it quite easy to accurately measure your valve clearence without having to manually bend your straight feeler gauge (which makes it hard to feel the clearance). The reasonable price makes this a must have tool for anyone who does their own work on four stroke top ends.
Love the bends makes it so much easier to shim.
Everyone needs one in their tool kit. Very handy and like the offset design.
Great tool! The angled shape makes checking valve clearance easy!
Got this set of feeler gauges for checking valve clearance on the four stroke but one problem the smallest increment on the gage is .008 the clearance on the intake valves on the bike are .005 with a plus or minus of .001 this gage needs to go a few thousands smaller I should have checked the specs before I brought it don't made the same mistake I did .
CR450F Honda needs 0.160 this one starts at 0.203.
But other than that, its a very nice tool.
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Question asked by Ernie
Question:Q: Is this best suited for my 04 yz250F? Or would straight be better?Question asked 4 months 12 days ago
Question answered by MichaelUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 4 months 12 days agoAnswer: A: Personal preference, but I find that these are more versatile all around.