CruzTools RTB1 RoadTech BMW Tool Kit
Tools that really do work
I used the Cruz tools for my BMW rt just as soon as I got them. I did an oil change and air filter service so removing the faring was essential, and I also had to remove the fuel tank to relocate some wiring the previous owner had place on the bike. I used wrenches and torxs keys as well as a few allen wrenchs. The lock tight and zip ties that came in the kit were also handy. I was immpressed by the quality and organization of the tool kit itself. The only thing I didn't get in the kit that is a spark plug socket but I am not sure i would ever use it any way on this bike. Do not hesitate order one today.
May 18, 2015
I agree the tools provided could sure be useful in many circumstances and the roll-up package is nice and compact, but the tools don't seem to be of particularly high quality (average) and I am wondering just how much I could have put this kit together for myself if I bought the pieces individually at the local hardware store. It's by no means a complete tool kit if you want to be prepared for most contingencies on a long trip.
May 11, 2015
Got this for my R1200 GSA. Just fitted a lot of accessories including new panniers which required the original racks to be removed. The Torx wrenches were up to the job even with an extra length of tubing added for leverage. Every tool I needed was in the kit. Very well made and great selection.
April 23, 2015
High quality, just wish it had the spark plug wrench included.
March 29, 2015
the most relevant tools/kit for the money I could find.
The one thing most of these aftermarket roll-up tools/pouches won't do is fit in the tool tray beneath the seat of a GS. With some creative rearranging I got the RTB1 to fit flat in the tray. I took out four of the bulkiest items--crescent wrench, screwdriver handle, tape roll, 22MM wheel adapter. I bent the tape roll slightly and stowed everything but the crescent wrench in the deep well of the tool tray. It allowed folding the pouch flat (in approx. 4 flaps) then rolling the top edge over slightly and tying together. It fits in the tray and does not interfere with the seat being latched even in the low position which I ride in. I do have to stow the crescent wrench separately in a little hold-down in the topcase.
March 16, 2015
Pricey but Necessary
BMW's don't come with tool kits. I guess we just don't pay enough for them. ;-) This is the tool kit BMW should have provided. Everything you need is here and they are high quality pieces.
December 22, 2014
Compact, High quality
This is a pretty complete tool kit, and the tools are of good quality. A needle nose pliers would be nice to have, but there is enough room in the roll that I was able to add one of mine. If I have one knock on the kit, it is that the torx drivers are a bit too short. On some applications it is hard to reach the nut or get enough torque on it.
November 24, 2014
Nice set of tools..
Haven't had to use them out on the road yet, but what a nice assortment. I use them when I'm do small things with the bike, saves me from going back and forth to the tool box.
Thanks guys and gals at Revzilla.
August 11, 2014