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Old July 18th, 2018, 11:50 PM   #1
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Default Roll Line Tool Kit

I posted this request in the quad forum, but no replies so far.

If anyone has a Roll Line tool kit for sale, please let me know. I've no idea what happened to mine, and it's been driving me batty.
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Old July 19th, 2018, 10:20 AM   #2
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I posted this request in the quad forum, but no replies so far.

If anyone has a Roll Line tool kit for sale, please let me know. I've no idea what happened to mine, and it's been driving me batty.
u can just use regular tools, get them at hardware store, u don't need much, not sure of the sizes anymore, but for allen type wrenches use metric t handles.
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Old July 19th, 2018, 03:47 PM   #3
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Here is a place to purchase a Roll Line tool Kit: http://www.conniesskateplace.com/Rol...rench-kits.htm



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I posted this request in the quad forum, but no replies so far.

If anyone has a Roll Line tool kit for sale, please let me know. I've no idea what happened to mine, and it's been driving me batty.
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Old July 19th, 2018, 09:32 PM   #4
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u can just use regular tools, get them at hardware store, u don't need much, not sure of the sizes anymore, but for allen type wrenches use metric t handles.
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Here is a place to purchase a Roll Line tool Kit: http://www.conniesskateplace.com/Rol...rench-kits.htm
I agree with rwsz - the link from ancient1 shows all the necessary sizes. Of course you wouldn't get the cheap plastic tool holder
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Old July 20th, 2018, 12:26 AM   #5
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Here is a place to purchase a Roll Line tool Kit: http://www.conniesskateplace.com/Rol...rench-kits.htm
Jim, thanks for the reply. At age 74 and 10 months, I've made the mistake of assuming. Because I bought my Mistrals from skates u.s.com, I went to their website, thinking it would be the source for my needs. Unless I missed it, all I saw there was individual wrenches.

Today I went out to the shop and dug through my collection of tools over the past 40 yrs. I was able to find stuff I had to replace the lost kit. Of course, none of it looks like the original pieces, except for the hex wrenches.

Because it is so far from home to skate, 200m round trip, getting me home at 11:00pm, I'll likely not invest the money to replace the factory tool kit. By the way, the tools I got with the Mistral, 8 yrs. ago, did not include the lubricant.

The worst part of the story: I lost my tools, and until they turn up, if ever, a piece of my mind.

Peace, skate, out.
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Old July 20th, 2018, 01:37 AM   #6
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I agree with rwsz - the link from ancient1 shows all the necessary sizes. Of course you wouldn't get the cheap plastic tool holder
Not only that, you get some oil to lube your Bat.


The Roll-Line Super Pro 7 Wrench Tool Kit - Top Level tool kit

The 5 wrench Kit Includes:

11mm/17mm Tube Wrench, 11mm for the Axle Nuts and 17mm for Action Adjustments
13mm Wrench, for Pivot Pin Jam Nuts Wrench
6mm Wrench, for adjusting the Pivot Pins
4mm Allen L Wrench, for the King Pin Locking (Keeper) Screws
5mm Allen L Wrench, for locking the Toe Stop into position
Small bottle of Bat Oil Lubricant
Comes in a plastic pouch


** The Super Pro 7 Wrench Tool Kit comes as the accessory Tool Kit with the Matrix, Energy Pro, Mistral, and Navigator.
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Old July 26th, 2018, 07:52 AM   #7
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