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I'm in the US if that makes a difference. I was wondering if a tool kit came standard on the 2019 cb1000r models. If so what do they include? I'm looking to build out a tool kit but don't want to be redundant.
 

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Only thing I got was a 10 or 12 mm wrench(can't remember the size) to remove the seat, a fuse puller, and a braided steel line that I think you can use to hang your helmet. The spanner part #s for chain adjustment are 89201-MR8-000 and 89256-MT4-000. I haven't checked if it will work on the rear shock adjuster.
 

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This is the tool kit you get in Europe ( and maybe in other parts of the world )

Except for #14...not included in my set.
 

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I went through the trouble of getting the Honda tools when I first got my CB. Never again!

Just put together your own kit. The Honda tools are hot garbage.
 

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Yes, for the cost you can get Snap-On or other premium tools for less cost. I've been known to find the wrenches I needed at the Pawn Shop in the $2 bin.
 
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