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Looking for a special socket. Anyone? - January 24, 2011, 03:54 PM

Does anyone have a PEG SOCKET(I think thats what its called) that I could borrow for a week or so? Its a special socket needed for a Gixxer for the lower adjuster bolt. If not, im gonna make one. Thanks in advance.

I live in Warrenton, am working in Lorton, will be in Purcellville tomorrow, and in Woodbridge later in the week. I will pick up and drop off.


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That looks like it. I think the pegs are a little wider though. Not sure if that would matter though.


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This? Mine is a Honda special tool but I've used it on my SV too. Just put a 1/2" ratchet in the square hole and crank away.
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This? Mine is a Honda special tool but I've used it on my SV too. Just put a 1/2" ratchet in the square hole and crank away.
That looks like it. I think my book said it was larger than 1/2" but Im not sure.


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easy enough to make. If you can't source one, lemme know. Works both ways, unlike the mallet and screwdriver trick - hard to find torque with that combo lol


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