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Old Jul 9th 2018, 01:10 PM   #11
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Never use a torque wrench to loosen a highly torqued bolt - only to torque to spec A $20 breaker bar from Amazon or Harbor Freight works just fine!


I agree with you but when you are working on a weekend with hardly any places open I used what I had handy


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Old Jul 9th 2018, 02:40 PM   #12
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That’s a Stanley Steel Custom tool from Netherlands. $350.00 but is worth every single penny. I learned the hard way after braking my $600.00 dollar Torque wrench.


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They are actually made by UHR-TEC in Denmark, and by the sounds of it,
then marked up in price considerably by the Dutch sellers.
https://m.facebook.com/uhr.tec.design/

All of Ulf's work is first class and fairly priced for what it is, and he is a damn
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Old Jul 9th 2018, 02:49 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by 990Glen View Post
They are actually made by UHR-TEC in Denmark, and by the sounds of it,

then marked up in considerably price by the Dutch sellers.

https://m.facebook.com/uhr.tec.design/



All of Ulf's work is first class and fairly priced for what it is, and he is a damn

nice chap in person too.


Yes I agree with you the tools and stands he makes are very nice top quality. The best toll I would likely buy is the tire dismount tool but is way too much shipping across the ocean.

Very nice person to deal with.


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Old Jul 9th 2018, 03:04 PM   #14
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Yup, I have one of those too. Folds up really compact for squeezing into the van
for race weekends.
I'm lucky, in that I just drove to his home to pick my stuff up. He is about 1 hr away
from me.
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Old Jul 9th 2018, 03:58 PM   #15
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If a breaker bar isnít doing the trick, a decent electric or air-powered impact wrench will do it. Use a torque wrench to put it back on - not the impact. Keeping the threads and stuff properly greased should help for the next time around.
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Old Jul 9th 2018, 04:10 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by cpekz View Post
If a breaker bar isnít doing the trick, a decent electric or air-powered impact wrench will do it. Use a torque wrench to put it back on - not the impact. Keeping the threads and stuff properly greased should help for the next time around.


Any impact wrench will damage any nut does not matter how good you are with it. This bikes require special attention. IMO.


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Yes but it wonít look as cool as that nice looking tool he got from Europe.
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Old Jul 9th 2018, 05:02 PM   #18
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Yes but it wonít look as cool as that nice looking tool he got from Europe.


thanks mate you can use it any time. Lol.


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Old Jul 9th 2018, 05:08 PM   #19
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Any impact wrench will damage any nut does not matter how good you are with it. This bikes require special attention. IMO.


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I wrapped the outside of mine in one layer of electrical insulation tape, saved the nut from any damage with the air impact wrench.

She is on tight...
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Originally Posted by HeronB View Post
Any impact wrench will damage any nut does not matter how good you are with it. This bikes require special attention. IMO.


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Been taking rear wheel nuts of 916's, 996's, 998's, 1098's, 1299's,Monsters and Mulistrada's, have yet to see a single rear wheel nut with any signs of damage from the impact wrench and SpeedyMoto socket.

20 years of doing these, I'll keep doing it this way until I don't like the results.
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