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Hello. My name is Bill. I have a Kawasaki Vulcan 2000. It's 2006 model. Exhaust header flange nut fell off and I'm not able to put wrench in there to tighten the capped nut u just put on with my finger torque. I need to get it tightened. Which tool should I purchase for this job.

The nut without the cap, left nut, is easy to tighten, there is enough room to turn a wrench. would you recommend? What kinda tools for this job I need.
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A 12mm 3/8" drive u-joint socket or a 12mm 1/4" drive socket on a 1/4" u-joint adapter both fit mine. The 1/4" setup maybe a little better but either would work in my case.

That said, to me it looks like the heat shield is closer on those pipes than the V&H Powershots on mine, but hard to say for sure from the pics.
Thank you so much. I appreciate your help greatly.
 
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