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  1. Wrenching and Mods for Things Common to All Years
    Hi everyone, I’ve stripped a few screws and bolts on the KLR over the years and I have a general tool question. Are manual impact drivers or electric impact drivers better for removing seized screws and bolts? I feel like they both operate similarly, applying strong rotational blows which can...
  2. 2008 through 2018 KLR650 Wrenching & Mods
    So I finally added a tool container/bottle to my 2011 KLR650. I bought i from AgriSupply.com for $4.95. Heavy duty plastic with a neoprene seal. Seems very stable. I mounted it under the left side rear plastic cover. I'll add pictures if the system lets me. It was easy and looks pretty good. I...
  3. 1987 through 2007 KLR650 Wrenching & Mods
    I know this subject has been discussed before in plenty. But those post are getting old and things change. Yes I know the bolt sizes don't change, but tool offerings does and peoples mindset on what they need seems to always evolve. And the most popular tool thread (critique my tool) has some...
  4. 2008 through 2018 KLR650 Wrenching & Mods
    Just got my first bike, a 2011 KLR 650 with about 9200 miles on it. From my perspective, it seems to be in good condition.... I wanted to hit the ground running and get into motorcycle maintenance, so I started stripping the bike down and ordered the Doohickey and ThermoBob upgrades. I soon...
  5. All Things DOOHICKEY
    I'm a proud owner of a 2007 KLR that has not been 'doohickied'. Seems that I would only need the tools once (I hope). Anyone near Austin TX that would be willing to lend the Rotor puller and holder wrench? Cheers, Pablo
  6. All Things DOOHICKEY
    Well the snow is melting and it's time to do my spring tune-up and do the doohickey replacement. I live in BC, Canada and would like to borrow the tools for the doohickey. I will pay the shipping and take fine care of them. If you have some to lend me let me know. thanks in advance. Scott
  7. Southwest Riders
    me and my old man have 09's and we need to do our doohickey's i was wondering if there is anyone in the area with the correct tool's, mostly the rotor puller. i just dont see the point of buying them if there is someone close who has them. anyway let me know
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