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    • #8721
      Eric Hutton
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    • #8945
      Allan Vallis
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      The one from Wunderlich America is excellent. http://www.wunderlichamerica.com/motorcycle/8160237.html

    • #8978
      Eric Hutton
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      Thanks Al
      I will have a look

    • #8981
      Grant Fengstad
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      Wow… Mr. Vallis is a walking encyclopedia when it comes to this stuff.

    • #9164
      Allan Vallis
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      Yes and my wallet can attest to that fact. Ha!

    • #9168
      Eric Hutton
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      👍
      I think I will try to find a Canadian supplier.
      Cheers

    • #9170
      Michael McPeak
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      Wunderlich tool is a Cadillac.
      Here’s a Chevy 😁
      http://www.beemerboneyard.com/83300401700.html

      – Michael McPeak

    • #9172
      Allan Vallis
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      This tool is available from BMW. Made of plastic. Part# 12 13 7 673 248. About $7.00.

      • #9186
        Michael McPeak
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        Yeah and it’s probably sufficient for the job. They had one for the oilhead plugs as well. I use it all the time and it seems to hold up. With stick coils I would probably go for a metal one just because the cost of the darn coils. And apparently they break easily if you are not careful!

    • #9174
      Allan Vallis
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      The BMW one is the American Motors Pacer version. 🙂

    • #9178
      Peter Suckling
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      I got mine from Nippy Normans along with oil filter tool and feeler gauges

    • #9182
      Marcus
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      Or . . if you want a multi purpose tool, this is the one you might consider since it has other stuff also that you may need some time.

      http://stores.promachdualtool.com/tools/

    • #9189
      Marcus
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      Eric,

      Check out my post for more goodies that might be helpful. “Accessories and Upgrades for your R1200”

    • #9191
      Eric Hutton
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      WOW…..thank you all for your input.
      Cheers eh!

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