I've added a tool section to my web store shop.martinmopeds.com


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Hey gang, due to popular request, I have added GY6 specialty tools to my web store.

I have more to add, so check back in a few days! 

Here's a link on the web store - LINK

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That looks good bud, by the way are going to do a YouTube on how to fix Smax plastics, just wondering

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That looks good bud, by the way are going to do a YouTube on how to fix Smax plastics, just wondering

Thanks!

Doubtful.... I will likely just buy new plastics for it.  I will never be able to color match and one side is still good....  But, I may do a video on how to replace it..... I just recently dropped 60 bucks for a genuine SMAX shop manual... Let me know if you need to know anything regarding the SMAX...

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Thanks Dan I appreciate that, If I think of anything I'll let you know. You take care.

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Dan this is great man, thank you very much for this, please let me know when you will finished adding all the tools before I begin purchasing. I'd prefer to make one order. I there a special socket for the clutch nut?

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I there a special socket for the clutch nut?

http://www.shop.martinmopeds.com/GY6-Starter-Clutch-Nut-Removal-tool-AKA-spanner-castle-socket-GY6SCtool.htm

That link is the socket for the starter clutch nut...Makes removal a breeze.... I've seen it called a castle socket, spanner socket and a few other names I can't recall..... I just call it the tool you need... :rofl2: 

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Hey Dan, I need one of those for sure, but the socket for the actual clutch (the thin nut). Well I guess it is a standard socket. I couldnt seem to source one here so I had to use some large grips. What size is used for that clutch nut? 

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