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Dennis Stubblefield Sales 3/8 in. Drive Inner Damper Rod-Holding Tool - TOOL25

  • Part #: 281973
  • Manufacturer Part #: TOOL25
  • MSRP Price: $30.95
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Overview of Dennis Stubblefield Sales 3/8 in. Drive Inner Damper Rod-Holding Tool - TOOL25

  • Provides positive means of holding the inner damper rod while removing the bolt from the bottom of the fork leg on Kawasaki models
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  • Fits most Kawasaki
    KDX, KX, KZ, and Z series models


Specs

Type Fork Tool
Units Each
Weight 0.31 lbs

Specs for Dennis Stubblefield Sales 3/8 in. Drive Inner Damper Rod-Holding Tool - TOOL25

Type Fork Tool
Units Each
Weight 0.31 lbs

Reviews for Dennis Stubblefield Sales 3/8 in. Drive Inner Damper Rod-Holding Tool - TOOL25

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Works, but it's not always easy to use.

January 1, 2013

This damper rod holder is equivalent to the Yamaha special tool part number YM-1300-1 or 90890-01462. It works on the 2001 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic forks. It will work with many of the forks of similar design that were built by KYB for various motorcycle manufactures. I use it with a Craftsman 20 inch long, 3/8 drive extension, which is just about the perfect length. You can pick one of those up at most Sears stores for about $15. If the top of your damper rod has a round hole, without any tabs for a damper rod holder to engage, this is probably the correct tool. Just because it's the correct tool, doesn't mean it's easy to use. To hold the damper rod, you're putting a square tapered peg into a round hole and expecting it to hold. Doesn't always work. Sometimes the damper rod will still spin until the tool gouges a ridge into the top of the damper rod that the tool can grip. There have been times where I used this tool and was able to remove the damper rod bolt with ease, using nothing but hand tools. Other times, I've needed to use an impact gun to remove the damper rod bolt.

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