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    special tools for working on your Truck or Motorcycle

    I have been looking for a long time & slowly have been building up good quality tool to work on my Motorcycle as it is 25 years old.

    I have been looking for a chain breaker & come across this place.
    I hope that this will help some member looking for the right equipment to work on there Truck or Motorcycle.

    http://www.thaitck.com/index.php?lay=show&ac=article&Id=538641434



    Here a nifty sent below for adjusting the tappet & chain breaker I will order



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    Cheers for that.

    I've been using "Somchais Spanner Emporium" located on the roadside in a collapsable bag.









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    We have a Tool Pro which is good. Got a nice 1/4" socket set from there.

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    Bought my Sidchromes from Oz.
    There are some nice looking socket sets in the markets, are they all fake?

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    You mean this one, do they have a chain breaker, as that is I was looking for.

    Marmite that is a hardware mate?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    Marmite that is a hardware mate?
    No, it's a tool & building materials store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    Marmite that is a hardware mate?
    tool & building materials store.
    Its called a hardware in Australia.

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    Make sure you get a decent torque wrench (5-80lbs 3/8" is good for a bike) for maintenance like properly seating oil filters (decent aftermarket ones have a 3/8" nut on them so you won't need a separate oil filter wrench, but if you do need one they're cheap off eBay).
    There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. A high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FailSafe View Post
    Make sure you get a decent torque wrench (5-80lbs 3/8" is good for a bike) for maintenance like properly seating oil filters (decent aftermarket ones have a 3/8" nut on them so you won't need a separate oil filter wrench, but if you do need one they're cheap off eBay).
    Have a Torque wrench also I like to look at what I am buying, before passing money over.

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    ^

    I agree- I like to check out the quality before buying (I was going to say 'I like handling tools' but that didn't sound right...)- it's hard to find anything decent in LOS, though- I've never seen a really good hardware store here- my old torque wrench was 'borrowed' and never returned- I just ordered a cheap one (if it's less than 5% off I'll be surprised) until I head back to the States and grab a new (probably digital) one.

    The eBay oil filter wrenches are just sockets, though, and are only a few hundred baht- I will order something like that sight-unseen.

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    I started the thread as it is very hard to find good quality workshop equipment.
    I will go to this place & look at there prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    Marmite that is a hardware mate?
    tool & building materials store.
    Its called a hardware in Australia.
    I thought it was called a Hardware Store in Australia?

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    When I go to get fitting pvc I tell my TGF I'm go to the hardware.
    I don't tell her that I'm going to the hardware store.
    As in Bunnings hardware.

    I just had a look


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    I only use Snap On apart from bending a long handle magnetic screw diver my fault the tools will out last me.
    Snap-On Tools ASEAN Region

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    Thanks klong toey
    The like they have a lot of stock


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    When I go to get fitting pvc I tell my TGF I'm go to the hardware.
    You don't need to explain to me that your English is piss poor, I already know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    When I go to get fitting pvc I tell my TGF I'm go to the hardware.
    You don't need to explain to me that your English is piss poor, I already know.
    If you know why do you keep trying to teach me the right way.
    As you can not teach a old dog a new trick

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    ^ "An" old dog new "tricks"

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    Here guys they need your help over on this thread OK.

    https://teakdoor.com/the-dog-house/78533-low-iq-post-here.html

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    ^ relax, it was a jopke.

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    It's OK Necron99 I'm fishing, just looking to catch a dogfish

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