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I received my Shermworks jackstand today. So handy! In removing the wheel, I decided to use some T-handled allen wrenches that I had in my bicycle tools. They worked great for removing the chain adjusting screws which had to be backed all the way out. Ten dollars for a set of three - 4,5,6 mm at any bicycle shop.
 
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t-handles are cool, but soooooo slow to use..

sorry for not giving the heads up, but there was a craftsmen sale a week ago...purchased a set of 3/8 driver hex sockets for 15 bucks...not sure what sizes included but it was like a 6 or so piece set.
 

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I recently purchased a good set from a local tool(toy)store just for working on the Wee. They have the ball end on them though, which is really nice for working at angles. Nice foam grip and a heavy handle for a good feel, and guaranteed. If you have the Givi engine guards they work really good for the fairing bolts that are almost right behind them. Here's a link:
http://www.tools-plus.com/ekl64811.html
 
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