Bike Master Starter Gear Nut Wrench
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BikeMaster Starter Gear Nut Wrench


  • Used to remove the starter gear from the engine crankshaft
  • The four post spanner opening engages the nut without engaging the crankshaft
  • Useful tool for disassembly
  • Made from industrial grade steel with black oxide coating to prevent corrosion
  • Made to use with 1/2" drive ratchet
  • 26mm I.D., 40mm O.D., 6mm spanner teeth
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Bike Master Starter Gear Nut Wrench 1050068 10-021 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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