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Can anyone out there tell me where the tool kit for the M109 is? (that's if there is one). The dealer told me that there is a kit for the bike located under the seat but I've yet to find it. One person told me it's located in the plastic part that has the M109 emblem on it but if it is I can't figure out how to get to it. Any help would be deeply appreciated.
 

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when you remove your seat, there is a compartment next to the battery, if you have a tool kit on your bike, it will be in there.

Have you removed your seat yet?
 

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if you dont have one........UR not missin anything! :bigthumbsup:

I tossed mine so I could put a aux power for my gps in.... ;)


p.s. doesnt this belong in the general and not the pictures forum??? just sayin..
 

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Did anyone actually have the tool to adjust the spring preload on their shock? I didn't have one in my tool kit and I was surprised. I just borrowed one from another suzuki tool kit I had.
 

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I didn't have the tool to adjust the spring preload either. I had to use the one for my CBR, but his the tool bag that came with the bike sucks. I took mine out and left it in the garage the day I bought it. I now keep a spare pair of clear glasses wrapped in a rag there.
 

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Two dealers told me the toll kit did not include a spaner wrench to adjust the shock. You can get one on ebay for under $5.
 

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Ahhh,,, for you "new" guys,,,

The '06's were the only bikes supposed to come with a spanner wrench, it is stated in a '06 owner's manual. '06 owners had to go back to the dealer and complain to get one as it was never put in the tool kits. It was edited out beginning in '07.

Also the tool kits are there to help you in a emergency to maybe get something fixed to get home. Nothing more nothing less,,,

I own a 1974 Suzuki RV125 Sand bike and its tool kit is practically IDENTICAL to the current ones.
 

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Ahhh,,, for you "new" guys,,,

The '06's were the only bikes supposed to come with a spanner wrench, it is stated in a '06 owner's manual. '06 owners had to go back to the dealer and complain to get one as it was never put in the tool kits. It was edited out beginning in '07.

Also the tool kits are there to help you in a emergency to maybe get something fixed to get home. Nothing more nothing less,,,

I own a 1974 Suzuki RV125 Sand bike and its tool kit is practically IDENTICAL to the current ones.
What would you suggest using for routinely changing up the spring preload then if not the spanner wrench that Suzuki cost-saved out.

I already have a different one, so no worries about me. I am just thinking of everyone else with the same issue.
 

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What would you suggest using for routinely changing up the spring preload then if not the spanner wrench that Suzuki cost-saved out.

I already have a different one, so no worries about me. I am just thinking of everyone else with the same issue.
Well the did not cost save much, that's for sure,,, but they have to do what most of us already have done,,, gone and bought one,,,

It's a 72MM or 74MM sized spanner wrench.
 
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