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51 vespa, 57 Vespa Acma GL, 59 Vespa N, 61 Vespa gs, 65 Vespa Allstate side car, 56 Peugeot S57, 61 Peugeot S57c, 58 Piaggio 150,
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51 vespa, 57 Vespa Acma GL, 59 Vespa N, 61 Vespa gs, 65 Vespa Allstate side car, 56 Peugeot S57, 61 Peugeot S57c, 58 Piaggio 150,
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Hi guys, I thought this could be an epic topic.
Tools that you end up making yourself.
Engine holder, clutch wrench, gear shaft remover....

I start with that one: a delightful fuel tap wrench.
Pretty ugly, that was also my first welding but it worked out perfectly.
So if you were in the emergency of building your own because you couldn't wait....
Post it here.

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2008 GTS 250
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Looks like it would work.
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2008 Tangerine Stella
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Location: Orlando, FL
 
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i dont have a pic...but I did use a pair of handcuffs as a clutch holder tool lol worked pretty well. opened it up and hooked one end on a bolt and slid the other end in between a couple of plates and got the nut off.
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51 vespa, 57 Vespa Acma GL, 59 Vespa N, 61 Vespa gs, 65 Vespa Allstate side car, 56 Peugeot S57, 61 Peugeot S57c, 58 Piaggio 150,
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51 vespa, 57 Vespa Acma GL, 59 Vespa N, 61 Vespa gs, 65 Vespa Allstate side car, 56 Peugeot S57, 61 Peugeot S57c, 58 Piaggio 150,
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Noodoggy wrote:
i dont have a pic...but I did use a pair of handcuffs as a clutch holder tool lol worked pretty well. opened it up and hooked one end on a bolt and slid the other end in between a couple of plates and got the nut off.
We want a picture of that one! You're targeting the gold medal! Do you use hand cuff often???
Nice one
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"worlds 2nd fastest"74'super 150 . 79'p177x ,1983 lml 150, 2007aprilia sxv 450.
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"worlds 2nd fastest"74'super 150 . 79'p177x ,1983 lml 150, 2007aprilia sxv 450.
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kooky tools
yes. here are some tools that i use when i rebuld my vespas...yes i am from canada....yes i made them myself....and... i am a canadian.
a clutch nut tool . ...a flywheel holder thing....a gudgeon puller(made from bamboo)....and a piston tdc tool.... classy canadian tools!External inline image provided by member with no explanatory textExternal inline image provided by member with no explanatory text i put the wrist pin puller together backwards oops... the nut goes on the wood part and the other end is a carriage bolt end ground down enough to pull the wrist pin through the piston with out scratching the piston ...u put a wrench on top of the wood block and tighten.... yes i know... you still dont care.... hello from canada.
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