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    Ebay SC Tools

    The kit looks pretty nice. All the tools seem rugged. Now I just need to learn what they are all for haha. The kit was $78.95
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    WTH. The bottom pic. It came with a tool for your old lady?

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    Eric I dont want to piss on your cheerios but I just bought a kit today from fleabay for $60 dollars shipped.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...#ht_500wt_1182

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultramaxracing05 View Post
    Eric I dont want to piss on your cheerios but I just bought a kit today from fleabay for $60 dollars shipped.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...#ht_500wt_1182
    I cant see the link but did that one have the upgragded shaft holder to?? I did see some cheaper ones.

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    I bought a set around a year ago. the shaft holding tool snapped within 5 uses(looks like it was heat treated and just to brittle), the 4 pin holder tool didn't fit(they sent me a new one), the bearing pusher had the wrong size hole in it. ended up buying the riva shaft holding tool and ordering bearing pusher and 4 pin holder from dealer. the plate worked though.

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    Ha Ha

    Quote Originally Posted by troyheb View Post
    WTH. The bottom pic. It came with a tool for your old lady?
    Ha Ha, I was thinking that tools for my work bench in the bedroom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoo1120 View Post
    I bought a set around a year ago. the shaft holding tool snapped within 5 uses(looks like it was heat treated and just to brittle), the 4 pin holder tool didn't fit(they sent me a new one), the bearing pusher had the wrong size hole in it. ended up buying the riva shaft holding tool and ordering bearing pusher and 4 pin holder from dealer. the plate worked though.
    +1 with the shaft holder tool, it was crap with the same kit that i bought. It didnt fit properly. Bought the Riva one which works a treat. The rest of the kit worked fine though.

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    I'm assuming this is the shaft holder tool. If so this kit claims to have a new upgraded one. It feels pretty solid.

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    Yep Eric thats the shaft holding tool.And If thats the one you got in the kit then its not an upgrade.....Well maybe an upgrade from the last one that he bent to hell...That wont last ya but maybe one or two times...Your better off just ordering the Riva one and save yourself a headache...

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