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Old 10-09-2007, 12:11 PM   #91
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I've just bought a Motion Pro 45mm Fork Seal Driver for Showa forks. Willing to ship wherever as needed. I'll keep this one rather than donate it to the pool.
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Old 10-09-2007, 12:17 PM   #92
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I've just bought a Motion Pro 45mm Fork Seal Driver for Showa forks. Willing to ship wherever as needed. I'll keep this one rather than donate it to the pool.
got it, thanks for the donation
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Old 10-10-2007, 04:23 PM   #93
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the flywheel puller will be donated --just need an adress to send it to --
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Old 10-10-2007, 04:41 PM   #94
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the flywheel puller will be donated --just need an adress to send it to --
thanks, gswanna... sending you a pm now!
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Old 11-20-2007, 12:58 AM   #95
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does anybody have requests for tools not already in the list? i trying to figure out other tools we can add to the pool that are easy to ship (not too delicate or expensive) and would benefit the most people.

suggestions?
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Old 12-04-2007, 11:08 PM   #96
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Marc Parnes Wheel balancer w/ BMW cone

I would like to offer the use of my Marc Parnes balancer. It is set up with the cone for BMW rear single sided swing arm, but works for most wheels up to 170 in width. It is quite small and requires the use of some type of stand ( I use milk crates) I'm looking to use a TwinMax over the christmas to New Years week, if possible.

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Old 12-05-2007, 08:40 AM   #97
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I would like to offer the use of my Marc Parnes balancer.
thanks!!!

i have added your balencer to the "on-site use only" list on page 1.



i don't see any twin max listed for the PNW, but maybe somebody will step forward with an offer of one
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Old 12-19-2007, 11:34 AM   #98
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Well, you can add me to this pool! No special tools that can be shipped, but plenty of on-site help to fix, modify, or destroy bikes!

In Goodyear, AZ

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Old 12-19-2007, 11:51 AM   #99
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Well, you can add me to this pool! No special tools that can be shipped, but plenty of on-site help to fix, modify, or destroy bikes!

you're on da list!
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Old 12-19-2007, 11:52 AM   #100
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Question A request...

does anybody want to volunteer to create an update-able google or frapper map for the on-site use only items in this list?


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Category 3: On-site use only items

Tire changer and balancer (Arroyo Grande, CA) details contact

Tire changer, 2 mig welders, cutting / welding torches, air compressor & TwinMax carb balancer (Midcoast, ME) details

Fluke meter, clamp-on AC/DC ammeter, Snap-on 1/2" drive ratchet (Midcoast, ME) details

MC/ATV lift, tire changer, tire balancer, MIG welder, Oxy torch (Draper, UT) details contact

4 line carb balance tool (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA) details contact

Basic to advanced hand and power tools + gas grill (West Hartford, CT) details

Good tool box full of tools, Digital Multi-Meter, Doohickey tools, Motorcycle lift (Craftsman), Clymer manual for KLR 650, DVD "Dust To Glory" (Northwest Indiana, near Chicago) details

Misc. tools for KLR & R11GS, carb tools, digital RPM gauge, manual tire machine. (Phoenix, AZ) details

Mig welder & basic welding skills (Fort Collins, CO) details


roll around full of tools, mityvac, etc. (AR/MS blues country 1hr S. of Mempho) details


Well set-up garage: lifts, tire changer & balancer, torque wrenchs, etc. (Denver, CO) details


Shop with most hand tools in West Texas (Colorado City, TX) details


Doohickey Tools and experience for on-site only (Natchitoches, LA) details


Tire changer and balancer (New Orleans, LA) details contact


Twin Max TB / Carb syncronizer & BMW (Hazet) oil filter wrench (Newburyport, MA) details contact


Harbor Freight Motorcycle Lift (just north of Chicago, IL) details contact


KLR shop manual, hand tools, MIG and ARC welders, basic welding skills, advanced electrical knowledge, digital multimeter, Ninja 650R shop manual (Charleston, SC) details contact

Everything from a Lincoln 215 Pro Mig to most tools needed to get you back on your way (Chattanooga, TN) details contact


Harbor Freight tire changer, tire balancer, motorcycle lift, most hand tools, Fluke meter, mig welder, couple homemade specialty tools: a tool for holding the damper rod while disassembling the forks, for a KLR , and one for a Yamaha XT350 (they may fit other bikes too) (Lockport, IL) details contact


full machine shop, near philly, PA. I got a large bandsaw, milling machine, tons of handtools, sanders, nuts+bolts, etc. (Philly, PA) details contact


NoMar tire changer, with dirtbike/goldwing adapters, and Twinmax synchronizer for local use in the (San Diego, CA) details contact


Marc Parnes balancer set up with the cone for BMW rear single sided swing arm, but works for most wheels up to 170 in width (Eugene, OR) details contact


Garage with various tools to fix, modify or destroy bikes (Goodyear, AZ) details contact


if so, please send me a PM, thanks!
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Old 01-06-2008, 08:37 PM   #101
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I have a small well equiped shop near Chattanooga. If you are in a bind just call me or Boojum and we can help.





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Old 01-07-2008, 03:02 PM   #102
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Contact info is on our Website.
http://www.motocompound.com
are you offering use of your tools and/or services for free or is it strictly pay to play? just trying to figure out if this crosses the line of vendor advertising since you appear to be operating a 'for profit' garage
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Old 01-13-2008, 09:19 PM   #103
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are you offering use of your tools and/or services for free or is it strictly pay to play? just trying to figure out if this crosses the line of vendor advertising since you appear to be operating a 'for profit' garage
I am not going to give new tires away but ADV mebers are welcome to come use my tools for FREE. If you show up at one of our Evening gatherings you might even get FOOD for FREE! We are operating a 'for profit' garage but just not making a profit! I posted here to provide a place of refuge for riders in need not to make a profit.
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Old 01-14-2008, 09:53 AM   #104
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ADV mebers are welcome to come use my tools for FREE.
thanks for the clarification... you've been added to the list on page 1
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Old 02-06-2008, 05:35 PM   #105
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LC4 Main bearing puller

I know this is a homemade tool but there's gotta be some guys out there with one. Planning an Alaska trip this July and would like to get the bearing upgraded ASAP.

Thanks in advance.

You may also add me to the list of available shops/garages. I don't necessarily have any "specialty" tools but if somebody's passin' through and needs a place to change oil, tires, or other repairs, my door is always open !
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