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November 26, 2002, 08:24 PM

Hey all,

I want to complete some mods to my bike this winter.. new LED front turn signals,
undertail LED tail/turn lights.. Yosh Tri -oval TRS Full system and any general maintenance that needs to be done. I used to have a bunch of tools in private unground parking but some jerk stole my tools. I was wondering if someone could reccomend a good set of tools. Socket set allen set.. I could also use a reciprocating saw (hacking the tail and sawing other misc plastic) I saw a commercial Ryobi has some sort of combo that includes a few power tools. *shrug*

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November 27, 2002, 12:48 PM

Thanks for the offer Kevin, I'll let you know what I plan to do.

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December 1, 2002, 03:43 PM

Yeah, craftsman. I've found that a dremel tool will take care of 99% of what ever you will need to cut, and is a lot easier to manuver. Plus, you can do a ton of other things w/ it. Just make sure you get one that is 30,000 rpm or more. FYI, ryobi is crap. But... I got a Black & Decker "firestorm" cordless 15 amp drill & its sweet. I use it as a wrench, too. there's a million attachments for it, and they're the same people who make the Dewalts, so you can get an Orange cordless dor $99 thats almost the exact same as the yellow one for $250. The sears on rt 7 Alexandria is the best one, plus theres always a ton of clearance deals. I have found the one at Landmark a little frustrating, service wise


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December 1, 2002, 03:54 PM

Cool thanx! I like that Sears too by Rt.7 Hmmm....looking at houses in Annapolis with a garage... Looks like I might be looking for some tools for next year!


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