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I just bought a 2010 Vulcan 900 Classic - Of course, being used, there was no tool kit that came with it.

Can someone tell me what was in the original tool kit, or make recommendations of what I should put in the tool kit? - (regardless of the original tool kit make-up)

Any help on the best place to find the tools would be appreciated as well.

Thanks!
 

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I just bought a 2010 Vulcan 900 Classic - Of course, being used, there was no tool kit that came with it.

Can someone tell me what was in the original tool kit, or make recommendations of what I should put in the tool kit? - (regardless of the original tool kit make-up)

Any help on the best place to find the tools would be appreciated as well.

Thanks!
Here is a better link for a 2010 Classic:
http://www.ronayersmotorcycles.com/...otorcycles&make=KAWASAKI&year=2010&fveh=38254

It looks like the 2006-2009s had more tools in the kit for some reason:
http://www.ronayersmotorcycles.com/...otorcycles&make=KAWASAKI&year=2008&fveh=38257
 

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Thanks for the quick reply! That link took me to a page where I had to chose the manufacturer and enter a part#. Do you know the part# for the tool kit?
Sorry about that! Didn't realize the link was not to the same page I'd been viewing. The part number for the 2010 900 Classic is

TOOL-KIT
56007-0095 (replaces 56007-0083)

It retails for $119.57
 

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Perfect - Just what I needed - Thanks guys!

I think I'll order the spanner wrenches for my shock and cobble the rest together from my own tools.
 

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You might consider also getting the spark plug wrench, as most sockets are too fat to get in there. Check what you have - they might work.
 

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You might consider also getting the spark plug wrench, as most sockets are too fat to get in there. Check what you have - they might work.
Great Advice - Thanks!

I'm digging these forums! Great place for a newb like me to learn!
 

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Welcome to the Vulcan Family, from Central Ohio.

Just some additional advice - you probably want to start learning how to use the online fiche to search for parts, too!!
 
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