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  • Tusk Hydraulic Brake Bleeder

    Tusk Hydraulic Brake Bleeder

    Josh in WA

    Great tool

    perfect tool to help you bleed your brakes for cheap

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  • Tusk Fender Tube Pack with Tire Irons

    Tusk Fender Tube Pack with Tire Irons

    JEFFREY in CO

    Excelent

    This is a great pack for the price. I put a spare tube in it with 3 CO2 Cartridges and a extra brake and clutch lever with a bit of room to spare. Plus it has the tire irons in it as well. I might buy another just to put on my rear rack. TUSK is RM's brand and so far everything TUSK is a heck of a deal. Thanks RM

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  • Tusk Fender Pack

    Tusk Fender Pack

    JEFFREY in CO

    Tusk = value

    This is a nice little pack and is great for the price.

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  • Tusk Billet Aluminum Valve Stem Caps

    Tusk Billet Aluminum Valve Stem Caps

    Josh in WA

    Cheap Bling

    Cheap and look good.

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  • Tusk Aluminum Pipe Guard

    Tusk Aluminum Pipe Guard

    Josh in WA

    Fits great

    Put this on my KDX220 when I got a new expansion chamber after I smashed the last one. So far no pipe dents. I do not see this guard saving the pipe in a nasty wreck or smashing into a stump, but on simple lay overs its gonna save it and also from small dings from roost

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  • Tusk Crank Bearing and Gear Puller Set

    Tusk Crank Bearing and Gear Puller Set

    Anthony in KS

    Worked great on a seized XL185 motor

    I have a 1981 Honda XL185 that had been ridden HARD! It had a shredded chain guides that left bits of metal all over the interior of the motor and had clearly been super hot. Not surprisingly, I was worried the bearings would be welded to the crank. So, I put the crankshaft in the freezer for a couple hours. When I pulled it out I used a hand torch to heat the bearings on it. From there I just installed the bearing puller, during the install the tool already began to move the bearing. From there, the tool worked flawlessly and got the bearings off without any damage to the crank!

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