The little wrench is only about 2 1/2 inches long and can easily fall inside engine components. The stick & string is for ease of handling only. If you want to do it a better way, weld an extention on the wrench.neil said:tape a wrench to a stick,your ........ me right,when i do mione theirs got to be a better way
Thanks Bob, I'll pick it up tomorrow, and start the job this weekend.REALBOB said:X-MAN I don't have a picture to post but I have recently completed this maint on my own bike. Go to Sears and look in their tool dept for two items.
First item is a set of metric ignition wrenches that come in a little plastic pouch; make sure it contains the 4mm wrench. Second item is a set of feeler gauges, blade type gap gauges; you know the kind that comes in an assortment like a knife set where each blade folds out. Take the knike set of gauges apart and tape the ones that you want to use on a popcicle stick to make each gauge longer and easier to use. You will also have to tape the little 4mm open end wrench to a stick to make it longer and easy to use. I recommend that you also attach a string to the other end of the wrench stick in case you drop it like I did several times. In fact any wrenches used should be attached to a string in case you drop then in an area that is difficult to retreive..
Tools: *Craftman 10-pc Midget Combination wrench set no. 942339
*Craftman Feeler Gauge set no. 40802
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