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BikeMaster Shock Spanner Wrench
BikeMaster Shock Spanner Wrench

$ 8.06

Description See Also: 9 Reviews 2 Questions Part Numbers
Item #BMS009F

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9 Reviews
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cAPE cORAL FL

IF YOUR TRYING TO DO A QUICK ADJUSTMENT, I WOULD SUGGEST A HAMMER AND A DULL ENDED SPIKE BECAUSE WITH ITS SHORT HANDEL AND THE AMOUNT OF SPACE AND CHAIN ITS VERY HARD TO GRIP AND TURN NOW THAT FOR A GSXR 100.

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Charleston
A must have in every tool box

The bike master spanner wrench comes in very handy when adjusting your suspension. Also i use this wrench to adjust the chain on trxs. A must have for every tool box.

Mo
Good tool. Everyone should own one

Every one needs one of these if they ride

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Haddam, CT, USA
Not really worth the space.

It feels solid and like it would work but you would have to take the shock off the use it and its just easier to use a rubber mallet and punch. I just dont see the use

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Verified Purchaser Top 1000 Contributor
Nj
Good tool to have around

I purchased this tool to tighten my suspension on my grizzly 660 and could not get it to tighten. Mayby cause their stuck on not 100 percent sure. Besides it not working on my grizzly the tool is constructed well and I will be using it on my dirtbikes instead of using a screwdriver.

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Southwest VA
Needed a little modification...

I ride a VTX 1300C and found it wouldn't fit in the holes on the shock. I just ground the end down until it fit and it worked fine.

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Hawaii
Right tool for the right job

Nothing is worse then ruining the shock spanner nut with a punch and hammer. Use the right tool!

Verified Purchaser
Sterling, VA, USA
Difficult to use

There isn't much substance to it, and it feels like it will break easily. Plus it was hard to use since it's so thin. But ultimately it did the job, and it's not like I'm going to be constantly adjusting my shocks, so I can't complain too much.

2 Questions
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SlitherinK7
Verified Purchaser
Q: Will this spanner work on a 2004 yamaha ttr125?
Over 8 months ago
robert
Top 10
Over 8 months ago
A: This is designed to work with 8, 10, and 12mm steering head nuts.
islandbikes
Q: Fit a 2003 yamaha R1?
Over 3 years ago
Has a 40-42 mm steering head nut, will this work? thank you!
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago
A: The Bikemaster Shock Spanner Wrench Fits 8, 10, and 12mm steering head nuts.
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
BikeMaster Shock Spanner Wrench 154015