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I've been lucky to have one handy. But no more. So, looked for it online - 350 bucks for this "C" shaped wrench that allows you to put a torque wrench to the head nuts on a superbike (748,916,996).

Any alternatives out there? I'd like to have one hndy again.

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Re: Alternatives to expensive head nut wrench? (cyber3d)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by cyber3d »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">I've been lucky to have one handy. But no more. So, looked for it online - 350 bucks for this "C" shaped wrench that allows you to put a torque wrench to the head nuts on a superbike (748,916,996).

Any alternatives out there? I'd like to have one hndy again.

Victor</TD></TR></TABLE>

This Snap-on tool is somewhat cheaper. You'll need to grind it a little to fit:

http://buy1.snapon.com/catalog...l=all




Some other options in this thread:

http://speedzilla.zeroforum.co...22105
 
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Re: Alternatives to expensive head nut wrench? (cyber3d)

Here's one I made a couple of years ago for about $10 in used wrenches from a pawn shop. It cost me more to have welded than the total parts.......

 
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Uh, you need to check around some more. I bought one from my local ducati dealer a few years ago and if I remember correctly is was all of about $80
 
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