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Old 12-05-12, 10:08   #1
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Default Motion Pro TiProlight Titanium Wrench Set

Need to pack a set of wrenches on your next ride? Motion Pro’s Ti Prolight set makes it easier than ever. These wrenches are made entirely of ultra-light titanium and, as a result, they are 75% lighter than standard steel wrenches of the same size. This means that you’ll barely be able to notice that them, whether you carry them in a backpack or somewhere else on the bike.

$75.00 shipped in the lower 48

Available in sets of 8/10/12/14mm and 8/10/12/13mm, the Motion Pro Ti Prolight wrenches are a great back-up set for yourself, or a perfect stocking stuffer for another motorcycle enthusiast. Who doesn’t love a bit of gratuitous titanium? Give TJ a call at 866.931.6644 ext. 817 if you’re interested. You can also send a message through the forum or an email to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM and we’ll get back to you right away!



Titanium makes these wrenches absurdly light and super durable.


All Motion Pro Ti Prolight wrench sets come with a durable nylon pouch.

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Those are some sexy tools, never thought I would ever say that.
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I sure would like to have a set for my trail pack. Guess I'll put it on the long long list that keeps getting longer.
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everything looks better made out of titanium.
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