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    Quote Originally Posted by Xracer View Post
    The Nail. Without them a hammer is useless.

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    The butter knife. How else would you get the last of the peanut butter from the jar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xracer View Post
    The butter knife. How else would you get the last of the peanut butter from the jar?
    Use a dachshund. They have really long tongues and enjoy the challenge of cleaning out nearly empty containers before you recycle them

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    They can even help to keep your lion clean after the peanut butter is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xracer View Post
    Vice Grips. I've used them as a shift lever,swing arm and axle nut along with a bunch of other stuff I've forgotten.
    I had to show you this I picked up for $50

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    Nice set of tools for the moolah!!
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    Piece a Wir.



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    The opposite of beer goggles is the wheelchair. I have discovered it is a really effective birth control device.
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    Duct tape....preferably Gorilla brand.

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    I saw this thread the other day and it prompted me to go out to the garage with my camera. One pic is my homemade TB/carb sync tool. Vinyl tubing, joiners, ty-wraps, a board and some transmission fluid. Very sensitive and works great. 2. Home built wheel balancer that I clamp into my vice. My buddy has a machine shop and made up the shaft and cones. 3 is a tool I made up so I could run my spare FZ6 engine on a stand without a fuel pump. The main part is a pipe that I fill with gas through the ball valve at the top after I hook the fuel line to the fuel rail of the bike. Close the ball valve, put 43 psi of air into my air tank (used propane tank) and hook it to the schrader valve at the top of the pipe to reproduce pump pressure. For use with carburated bikes I just leave the ball valve open and let gravity do its thing. Oh btw I have also run bikes and cars by placing an unlit propane torch at the carb inlet or air box. Great tool if your not sure weather its getting fuel. I will have to make a little video some day to how well it works.

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