Motion Pro Shock Wrench

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Rating 3.68 of 5 (22 Reviews)

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Motion Pro Shock Wrench
  • Heat-treated alloy steel
  • Will fit 68 and 87mm spanners
  • Item # 5006
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Overall Rating: 3.68 of 5

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Meh

Low quality. The hooked edge on each end wasn't even a right angle. Also both ends are larger than the rear spring adjust on the xt225 so it didn't work on that. Also the metal is kind of soft so unless your adjusters turn freely it probably won't break them loose. Just go with a ratcheting type spanner instead and save yourself some time.

Rudy - August 19, 2016

(Chicago, IL)

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Works for chain adjust

Bought to adjust 2014 Ducati Hypermotard sp chain. Works great for this at the large end. Small end no good for shock, although correctly sized, as the tool is too long to do anything but reduce preload. Not enough access space to tighten it up and increase preload.

Alex - July 6, 2016

(Santa Fe, NM)

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Ms

I ordered the wrong size wrench. However, I have a big-ass grinder. I ground it to the correct shape. Very heavy duty steel so still structurally sound.

Geena - August 21, 2015

(Ottawa, ON)

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2006 SV650

Worked like a charm with the small end on my 2006 SV650.

Rok - March 11, 2015

(Lexington, KY)

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doesnt fit

Doesn't fit 2007 cbr 600

josh - September 7, 2012

(okc, OK)

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Perfect for vfr800

Works on the rear shock adjuster and on the chain adjuster.

Bob - August 15, 2012

(Front Royal, VA)

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Shock wrench ?

Hooks need to be squared. Too round, slips off and rounds preload rings. Better off using a screwdriver and rag !

bill - January 19, 2012

(hesperia, CA)

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All around perfect...

This wrench is perfect for my 6th gen Honda VFR800. If it were a bit smaller (or only one sided) it would fit in my tool case under the seat, but I realize that it being universal keeps that from being possible. Great wrench, though...

Brian - January 16, 2012

(New Orleans, LA)

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works great.

Its a shock tool. It does just that. Works perfect.

ivan - December 28, 2011

(miami, FL)

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Motion Pro Shock Wrench

I don't think i have ever ordered anything online that was as big a mistake as this wrench. I have 2009 Sportster XL1200L and 2010 Triumph America and this wrench will not fit either bikes rear shock. I'm sure it will work on dirt/trail bikes, but I've wasted ~$17.00. Too much trouble & cost to send back too....just live and learn.

Eric - June 14, 2011

(Lexington, NC)

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Perfect tool

Perfect tool for all brand of motorcycles.

Rafael Montes de Oca - January 31, 2011

(El Paso, TX)

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GARBAGE-

This thing is terrible -- could not use it at all on my kawa- needed to resort to a punch. Crapola.

Andrew M. - November 22, 2010

(seaford, NY)

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wouldnt work on warrior 350

I got it for a warrior 350 but it’s too big.

Adam - September 23, 2010

(whiteville, NC)

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Not the best

The hooks are too rounded to stay securely in the adjusting notches. I had to modify it to make it usable. The radius is too large also, so be careful using this tool.

Larry - August 4, 2010

(Richland, WA)

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Solid Wrench

I was overall pleased with this wrench. I ended up doing a little filing to the ends which made the wrench have a much better grip on the shock nut. This wrench sure beats having to use a punch.

Thomas - April 29, 2010

(Gering, NE)