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not that its a real big deal, but my 06 rr tool kit only came with a screw driver, helmit cable and allen wrench. is that standard now or did i get
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Re: tool kit?

Probably standard would be my guess. The '06 ST1300 comes with a tool kit that contains an allen wrench and a piece of foam!

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not that its a real big deal, but my 06 rr tool kit only came with a screw driver, helmit cable and allen wrench. is that standard now or did i get

thats a screwdriver, helmet cable and allen wrench more than I've heard other people getting.

if you can't convince them, confuse them.
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Probably standard would be my guess. The '06 ST1300 comes with a tool kit that contains an allen wrench and a piece of foam!
o yeah i forgot about the foam that sucks my 05 had a full kit. the only thing i used was the rear axle wrench anyway o well i guess thats why the 06 cbrs are cheaper than the 05s.
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Re: tool kit?

My used 929 came with a lot of tools in that little tool bag but no foam maybe I'm the one who got jipped where's my FOAM?
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Re: tool kit?

Thats all I got with mine when I bought it a few weeks ago.
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My used 929 came with a lot of tools in that little tool bag but no foam maybe I'm the one who got jipped where's my FOAM?
You got gyped. My 929 came with all that and a scotchbrite pad to clean the pipe with.
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Re: tool kit?

what does the cable look like. Mine had one and I thought it was in there by mistake.
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what does the cable look like. Mine had one and I thought it was in there by mistake.
its just a loop of cable with a piece of rubber in the middle to keep it from scratchin the plastics when using it.
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Re: tool kit?

Darnett I knew that GySgt jipped me when He left Okinawa. I'm going to e-mail him and ask him where my cable lock thingy is and my scotchbrite pad!
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I mean $4000 for the bike you would think I would get all the accessories...
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Darnett I knew that GySgt jipped me when He left Okinawa. I'm going to e-mail him and ask him where my cable lock thingy is and my scotchbrite pad!

the 929 came with a real toolkit not some junk cable and piece of foam.

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Yea for realz....
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Re: tool kit?

My 954 has quite a bit. Its got a screw driver, two spanners, a big socket for something (mini bar), a fuse remover, allen keys and probably some other things too. Ive also got a mini bicycle tool kit (very small - just incase), my disklock and optimate lead tucked under the rear seat...
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Re: tool kit?

Hi from Canada.
I just bought an Aero, no toolkit or any sort of a manual, only instructions on how to attach the bags. I was told the manual was in one of the bags but no such luck. I will call the dealer tomorrow. I really like the bike though, got a whole 90 kms on it so far.

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