If you need to remove the front wheel, a 22 mm hexagon socket or a BMW workshop is required. Most tire repair shops don't have this large hexagon socket, and this size is not a commonly available tool. With this recurring problem in mind, we have designed our own tool that makes changing a wheel possible for a start, and adds many valuable additional functions to your on-board toolkit. Standard ¼" screwdriver bits can be inserted into the hex shaped hole on the end.
• Can be operated using a ratchet and a 17 mm socket, or a round bar (using the side bores in tool body) or if needed in an emergency with a 17 mm wrench.
• 22 mm hexagon head for removing/fitting the front wheel spindle.
• Bit holder with integrated magnet (holds the bit securely in the holder).
• Square head for all 1/2 inch sockets (as ratchet substitute).
• Very strong aluminum, blue anodized.
• Note: Maximum torque of 100 NM/73 ft.-lbs can be applied to the hexagon (but not for the bit insert!)
Tip: add a variety of commonly available ¼" Torx and screw bits and together with the "MultiTool" you'll have a nearly complete toolkit for roadside repairs, using minimal space.
Not for F800 GS or F650 GS Twin