Nine Motorcycle Maintenance Tools
Gear Driven: Nine goodies to get your classic motorcycle on the road again
Motion Pro’s Cable Lube and Luber
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Regular motorcycle maintenance is key to keeping your favorite classic motorcycle on the road and out of the garage. Here are some tools and products to help you maintain your motorcycle:
1. Motion Pro’s Cable Lube and Luber are easy to use and work together to make clutch, brake, throttle and other cables last longer.
2. Tight motorcycle spokes are better than loose ones, just like ... never mind. Easier to use than your old pliers, these Motion Pro chrome vanadium wrenches have offset slotted ends that make them easy and quick to use, and they’re available in three sizes (6mm/6.3mm, 6.5mm/6.8mm, and 5mm/7mm).
3. The best parts look great and work better. The Clearview Fuel Filter from Mr. Gasket features a replaceable element in a sweet chrome housing, making it easy to monitor. It fits 1/4in, 5/16in, and 3/8in fuel lines
4. Is your motorcycle idling funny after sitting all winter? Try Red Line Oil’s Complete Fuel System Cleaner. Its concentrated, high-temperature detergents clean fuel injectors, carburetors, intake valves and combustion chambers. One bottle treats up to 100 gallons.
5. Rather than replacing a motorcycle helmet visor or motorcycle windshield, try polishing those scratches out. Novus No. 1 cleans all plastics without scratching. Novus No. 2 removes fine scratches, haziness and abrasions, while Novus No. 3 removes heavy scratches from most acrylic surfaces.
6. If the inside of your gas tank has gotten rusty, we’ve got the solution. Perfect for restoring all metal gas tanks, Kreem’s Combo Kit includes a concentrated cleaner and final rinse that remove loose rust and dirt inside the tank and condition the inside surface for tank sealer. The Fuel Tank Liner then cures to provide a tank within a tank.