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    Debbie's Servant Lee's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by akbeemer View Post
    The Promach tool includes an axle hex tool in addition to a stick coil puller.
    The front axle tool fits the right side of the axle, 22mm, not the left side, 12mm.
    The 19mm side of the axle tool will fit a F800.

    On my R1200RS I need a tool for both sides of the axle, this may not be true for the R1200GS/GSA.
    Lee
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    Past BMW Bikes: 2011 K1300S, 2003 K1200RS, 1991 K75S, 1987 K75T, 1984 R100RT

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    Quote Originally Posted by akbeemer View Post
    There are many of these things on the market. This is one I picked at random after searching for "lithium booster battery".

    https://www.walmart.com/ip/DBPOWER-6...low-/216839159
    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee View Post
    The front axle tool fits the right side of the axle, 22mm, not the left side, 12mm.
    The 19mm side of the axle tool will fit a F800.

    On my R1200RS I need a tool for both sides of the axle, this may not be true for the R1200GS/GSA.
    Right you are.

    Here is a link to the website with the exact details. The maker is a friend here in Montana. I need to tug on his chain to add the 12mm.

    http://stores.promachdualtool.com/promach-dual-tool/
    Kevin Huddy
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1hpyrider View Post
    Hi Jim
    Your list has a mini start battery. Where would I find one of these?
    Antigravity mx3 amazon $104
    Yea all are correct promac front wheel and coil remover
    Remember to get a thin wall socket for spark plugs

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    I have put close to 200,000 miles on Harleys the last few years, carried a bag of tools, tire plugs and compressor and never used them. My tool kit for my R1200RT is a cell phone and a credit card! I still have my Harley and the tool kit is going away in favor of the same tools as the RT!
    The only times I have had trouble on the road I would have needed a fully equipped shop to do the repairs.

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