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1261 Saddlebag latch rivet tool Saddlebag latch replacement or tightening occurs often enough that JIMS has developed a tool specifically for this purpose. This tool gives secure fastening while providing a clean factory look. To top it off, our tool is substantially less expensive than tools offered by others to do the same job but ours still retains JIMS known quality. That is, our saddlebag latch rivet tool may be relatively inexpensive but it is not cheap. Made in the USA, this tool also carries a lifetime guarantee. 53-2726 Use to crimp saddlebag latch and hinge rivets Battery lifter Even sealed and gel cell batteries can leak harmful and corrosive chemicals that can cause damage to skin and clothing. This new Battery Lifter is modeled after the larger tools made for automotive batteries but is properly sized to fit a variety of motorcycle batteries. In particular, some Harley-Davidson® models have an extremely tight fit in the compartment combined with a heavy battery, which makes for unusually difficult removal and installation. This is an accident waiting to happen! Dropping the battery can result in personal injury, and/or damage to the motorcycle, as well as the battery itself. Our concern for safety goes beyond just riding the motorcycles. For all H-D® batteries where lifting straight up is difficult to impossible. 53-2741 Rocker box alignment screws Production tolerances on Twin Cam rocker covers can allow them to shift when being tightened. This can cause misalignment which not only looks bad but can compromise the sealing surface. In high lift cam engines that have had the rocker covers relieved, misaligned covers can also cause rocker interference unless even more material has been removed. For these reasons, we have developed alignment screws to ensure that rocker cover alignment is correct. This product offers an improvement in both form and function of Twin Cam rocker covers. The quality you expect from JIMS allows us to give a lifetime guarantee on these made in USA screws. 53-2730 Use on All Twin Cam Engines Brake fluid and corrosion detection strips We know the hydraulic fluid in brake and clutch systems may need to be changed or flushed. The question is: When? At JIMS, we have the answer. These detection strips reveal the condition of the fluid, as well as the hydraulic system itself. For obvious safety reasons, we feel these are a must for service departments as well as the home mechanic. BrakeStrip detection strips also determine whether there is DOT 3, 4 or a combination of the two fluids in the system. 53-2731 Vacuum fed fork filling tool Changing the fork fluid on models with fairings can be intimidatig and take hours. This patent pending toll will eliminate the need to remove the fairing on all touring bikes to change the fork oil. It’s like magic. With this tool it should take about 30 minutes to perform the service compared to 2.2 hours. To drain the fork, simply insert the tappered fitting into drain hole and create a vacuum using a standard Mityvc hand pump. Once you reach approx 23 draw the pre-measured amount of fork fluid into the fork tube. This tool is designed to be used in conjunction with Mityvac tool, which is available separately. 53-1129 Use on all common damper tube type fork assemblies (Not for use on motocycles using cartridge type forks or inverted fork assemblies Tappet Adjustment Tool Tappet adjustment made easy by Hiro Koiso. This patent pending hand tool simplifies the way to verify proper tappet adjustment. After adjusting the tappet, simply insert the tip of this tool under the hydraulic unit retaining clip, above the pushrod seat. Similar to a “Go No-Go Gauge”, if the tip doesn’t fit between the clip and the pushrod seat OR if there is up and down end play, then the tappet is out of adjustment. Only when the tip fits nicely with no end play is the tappet properly adjusted. 53-1128 Use on most hydraulic tappets, OEM and aftermarket, for Twin Cam or Evo (Does not work on Solids, JIMS Hydrosolids or other limited travel tappets)


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