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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-05-2014, 09:12 AM Thread Starter
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Tool Kit

Have original tool kit for 2007 F4,but there seems to be 1 item missing.When you open the pouch,on the right side there are two items Chain Adjuster and Extension Bar,but theres a slot with nothing in it. I know the spare fuses go in a slot at the top. The Hex tool for fitting the Hub is there,along with allen wrenches,but should there be a 10mm extension for it? I know I can add a socket with Ratchet,but according to my manual,there should be a 10mm Extension. Sorry if this seems garbled,but can anyone shed some light. Thank-you
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I've added a picture of 2 F4 tool kits.

One has a 8 / 10 mm spanner the other does not.
That's the only significant difference that I can see.
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Mines the one on the right,looks like I'm missing the wrench and what looks like a fuse puller,"white item"
appreciate the fast reply. wonder if I could purchase OEM or replace with A/M. Like to keep original though.

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I'd think that Carl (CAG) may have a spare one. He's based in Georgia. You could try contacting him via PM.

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will do, thank-you

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I have a tool set with a spark plug tubular type wrench in it....and the little open ended wrench
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I have a tool set with a spark plug tubular type wrench in it....and the little open ended wrench
Thanks gotojoe.I think I'll just add the wrench that's missing.

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