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OK something new.

This is the place to show us what you have. Show us those collections you have out in the garage.

Must be motorcycle related, no wood butcher or Home improvement stuff.
 

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hmmm... starting a thread like this seems out of character for you.
Bored?
I just finally got a good set of oxy-acetylene torches.
 

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I'd show all my purdy tools in the garage but I'd have to build a garage first. Mrs. Salty said I can't bring a bike in the house, not even hers. I have a 12'x20' shop in the back but it's full of a variety of stuff, wood tools, drill press, hydraulic press, air compressor, ammo reloading, etc. It isn't big enough for a bike unless I take everything out that's not motor-bike related. At least it has A/C, a music box and a 'fridge for my beer. Of course the music is off and the beer stays in the fridge while making ammo.

I'll follow this tread and drool over everyone's nice stuff though! 🍺
 

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I got lots of 'special' stuff I had to create over the years but it's far from tool porn! I'm just a shadetree that likes to do my own stuff and far from a pro.
 

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hmmm... starting a thread like this seems out of character for you.
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I just finally got a good set of oxy-acetylene torches.
Ya, well, I guess it is. I saw it on another site and it seemed to be getting a lot of attention.
 

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I got lots of 'special' stuff I had to create over the years but it's far from tool porn! I'm just a shadetree that likes to do my own stuff and far from a pro.
If its tools for use on scooters, then its good to go.
 

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I'd show all my purdy tools in the garage but I'd have to build a garage first. Mrs. Salty said I can't bring a bike in the house, not even hers. I have a 12'x20' shop in the back but it's full of a variety of stuff, wood tools, drill press, hydraulic press, air compressor, ammo reloading, etc. It isn't big enough for a bike unless I take everything out that's not motor-bike related. At least it has A/C, a music box and a 'fridge for my beer. Of course the music is off and the beer stays in the fridge while making ammo.

I'll follow this tread and drool over everyone's nice stuff though! 🍺

Mine hardly has room for the scooters these days. I still have boxes of stuff left from selling the big shop a couple of years ago. And some wood butcher tools too.
 

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Here's some measuring tool porn.

Can't say how many times these tools have saved people from loosing an engine down the road or putting one together that was going to burn oil like a beast. If you do jug, piston and ring work, you need to be able to measure the jug and piston. Assuming they'll fit is the source of a lot of threads on the forums.

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Had a machinist friend of mine make this for me. Anyone know what it was used for? Hint: riveraprimo 6 speed
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The rest of mine is about the same.

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No idea on the tool. Looks like its set up to resize something, never had my hands on one of their gear sets.
The rest of mine is about the same.

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No idea on the tool. Looks like its set up to resize something, never had my hands on one of their gear sets.
I used it to shorten the shifter shaft sleeve .035".
 

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This makes main shaft retaining ring removal and installation easy and safe. Made by Viking Tools in UK. Michelle at Baker drive train hooked me up.
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Here is most of my Harley tool collection.
Wheel bearing set
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5 speed - cam chest and primary mostly
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Clutch tools and a 5 speed seal tool - Twin cam pinion shaft gauge
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Some odds and ends
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Some more odds and ends and a M8 pinion shaft gauge
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This is a bearing tool set that eliminates the need for a lot of dedicated tools. I've done primary and case bearings with it. As well as neck races.
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And last but not least, ABS service tools
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