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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-01-2016, 04:11 PM Thread Starter
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F4 Chain Hub Adjusting Tool

Hi, I've been asked to share some details about this tool.



I bought it from a uk ebayer who goes under the name of underboat96.

I didn't get a toolkit when I bought the bike but suspect this is better than the one supplied.
It fits perfectly.



I'm unsure if it fits other models.

Apologies if this is in the wrong section......i.e It's in the wrong section.


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Yup, it was in the wrong section, but all sorted now. All MV's in the modern era share the same hub adjustment size tool.
Looks good, nice where did you get it from eBay ?

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The adjustment is very fine do this helps make small increments.
and you keep your fingers clean !!
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Yup, it was in the wrong section, but all sorted now. All MV's in the modern era share the same hub adjustment size tool.
Looks good, nice where did you get it from eBay ?
Here's the ebay link for it
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MV-Agusta-...YAAOxyWalR2vBQ

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The adjustment is very fine do this helps make small increments.
I find using the short tool kit item, and been a weakling means that I apply pressure(nothing happens), add some more then it suddenly gives(too much).

Thanks a lot Howling Terror,

Just ordered mine, longer is better in this case!
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The guys in our shop prefer this "non slip" design -its easier on the knuckles and is less likely to mar the bike.
It has four engagement points instead of one.



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I like that one

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[QUOTE=Donsy;1777849][QUOTE=moto;1777609]

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I like that one
and it will fit under the seat,very good.


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