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    Quote Originally Posted by AKBeemer View Post
    I've found this tool very handy. I keep it in the tank bag and often it is all that is needed to handle minor issues.
    $14 at http://www.advdesigns.net/inga.html
    No torx though. My bike needs those.
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    Forgot to mention that it does not come with Torex, but those are easy and cheap to add; good catch.
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    I don't see any GS911

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    Master Torx Bit Set

    For all those that are in the market for a complete torx set. I purchased a Master Torx Bit Set at Sears for $19.99 plus taxs. This set general goes for $35.00. It goes from T-10 to T60 and icludes T47 which is generally not included in other sets. It is made by Lisle, set number 27200. I have no afiliation with Sears or Lisle tools. I am just looking out for the members in this forum. Sale ends this Saturday, Dec. 26.
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    Master Torx Bit Set @a good

    For all those that are in the market for a complete torx set. I purchased a Master Torx Bit Set at Sears for $19.99 plus taxs. This set general goes for $35.00. It goes from T-10 to T60 and icludes T47 which is generally not included in other sets. It is made by Lisle, set number 27200. I have no afiliation with Sears or Lisle tools. I am just looking out for the members in this forum. Sale ends this Saturday, Dec. 26.
    Bill Puma.....

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    May I suggest you take you T-47 and T-27 out of the container and hide them. That will stop you from buggering up the end of a screw when you grab them accidentally in place of the T-30 or T-50 that you meant to grab.

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    I just updated my Adventure Designs tool kit with the new "tool roll". This is the best tool kit that I have found. I have been to a few rally's and someone is always looking for a odd tool. It seems that I have always come to the rescue with mine.

    http://www.advdesigns.net/ulcobmwr1gsg.html

    Ferd

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneRanger View Post
    I just updated my Adventure Designs tool kit with the new "tool roll". This is the best tool kit that I have found. I have been to a few rally's and someone is always looking for a odd tool. It seems that I have always come to the rescue with mine.

    http://www.advdesigns.net/ulcobmwr1gsg.html

    Ferd
    Is it possible for you to post a photo of the torx set on the magnetic rail? I have all of these tools but I find it awkward to carry the torx sockets in my tool roll--I'd like to see what kind of rail they are using and see if I could just buy that part somewhere.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expatriated View Post
    Is it possible for you to post a photo of the torx set on the magnetic rail? I have all of these tools but I find it awkward to carry the torx sockets in my tool roll--I'd like to see what kind of rail they are using and see if I could just buy that part somewhere.

    Thanks!
    It is a plastic rail with pockets for the torx sockets to fit into. The best bet is just to call Chad at Adventure Designs. I am sure he will sell you just the plastic rails and or the rails with the sockets. I called Chad and wanted just the tool roll for my set as I had the earlier tool pouch. He was happy to sell me just the tool roll. Chad is very eager to be of help with your questions.

    Ferd

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    Awesome. Thank you.

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