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Hi all,
just realized the rear shock is fastened with T60 screw. For luck I have that socket at home, purchased it to service the brake of a car.
To avoid other surprises, anyone has an idea which Torx sockets do I need for the standard maintenance jobs (tires, brakes, fork, head bearing, swing arm, blah blah)? I'm equipped with the small stuff (8-25) and the 60.
 

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I’d just swing by the tool store and get a torn set. Should have everything you need.

Hi all,
just realized the rear shock is fastened with T60 screw. For luck I have that socket at home, purchased it to service the brake of a car.
To avoid other surprises, anyone has an idea which Torx sockets do I need for the standard maintenance jobs (tires, brakes, fork, head bearing, swing arm, blah blah)? I'm equipped with the small stuff (8-25) and the 60.
 

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thanks, but what are the dimensions of the set you got? anything bigger than 60, did you need 50, 55 or immediates?
 
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