Collapsible breaker bar

OldMan007

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I was reading through some threads the other day about tools people bring along and needing a breaker bar for the axle nut. I pulled my wheels today for the first time and I used this breaker bar. It fits nicely in my Yamaha pannier box.

I also have to tell on myself. When I changed the oil yesterday (for the first time) I forgot the copper crush washers. I found them in the oil pan today while pouring the old oil out. I thought that synthetic Yamalube isn’t cheap and I don’t want to have to go buy more to replace whatever comes out while quickly reinserting the drain plugs with the washers in place. So I laid the bike on its right side in the turf grass. Easy. Didn’t loose a drop.

One last thing. Whoever put the Rear/Front Wheel Removal instructions together is awesome. So easy. Thanks!IMG_3922.jpegIMG_3924.pngIMG_3914.jpegIMG_3915.jpeg
 

MFP

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NYC, NY
I was reading through some threads the other day about tools people bring along and needing a breaker bar for the axle nut. I pulled my wheels today for the first time and I used this breaker bar. It fits nicely in my Yamaha pannier box.

I also have to tell on myself. When I changed the oil yesterday (for the first time) I forgot the copper crush washers. I found them in the oil pan today while pouring the old oil out. I thought that synthetic Yamalube isn’t cheap and I don’t want to have to go buy more to replace whatever comes out while quickly reinserting the drain plugs with the washers in place. So I laid the bike on its right side in the turf grass. Easy. Didn’t loose a drop.

One last thing. Whoever put the Rear/Front Wheel Removal instructions together is awesome. So easy. Thanks!View attachment 108076View attachment 108077View attachment 108078View attachment 108079
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Cycledude

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Rib lake wi
I have three of these extendable ratchets, carry one in each of my motorcycles, I believe they were only about $14 when I bought them on sale years ago, they are very nice high quality ratchets.
 
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