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- Bonneville T-140
- Jeff Beard Fullerton Ca
- BSA Victor
- inspection cap slots
Great. I’m happy to find lowbrow. I have 2 Bonnevilles & a BSA Victor. I attempted & pulled off some top end work on my ‘74 Bonneville T-140 due to Todd’s video! Thanks for being there. Jeff Beard Fullerton Ca.
A must have if you want to avoid chewing your caps up.
Service was great, tool is great. Just had to do a little minor filing to take off the sharp edge before It would fit in the inspection cap slots on my ‘79 Bonnie. An easy fix. Would have been 5 stars otherwise.
I always have said you've got to have the right tool for the job to do it right.
This tool works perfectly for the larger inspection caps on my Norton Commando. It is too large for the smaller caps. Well worth the cost.
Simple Easy to use leaves no marks.
Been wanting one for awhile. Nice tool, but got to thinking what if you put a handle on it like the clutch spring adjusting tool.
Always friendly service and fast shipping!
No more damaging the inspection caps on my Triumph motorcycle, using screwdriver s or such in the slots. This tool is heaven sent. I wish that I had this years ago. Works better than expected and quality to last. Solid steel. :+1::+1::+1::+1::+1:
Awesome I love it
Sometimes the simplest piece of kit can be so useful. No more trying to find a flat piece of something, works perfect. Pleased with the tool, pleased with the service and very pleased with the informative videos on you tube. The 650 engine strip down and rebuild is just inspiring.
Better tool for removing inspection caps on my 67 Bonneville. Previously I was using an old drag link socket.
Great tool great quality
fit for case covers, not valve insp. covers.
Don't have to worry about leaving gouges with this thing. No more digging through my scrap metal looking for something the right size and shape. My motors made it 50 years without getting buggered up, having the right tools will keep it that way.