What he said.Freakinout said:It should have a toolkit, usually located underneat the seat. Sometimes they turn up missing (multiple owners).
On your bike it is supose to be in a black plastic tray over the top of your battery. Lots of people took them out, thus they were lost, because that is the only place on the bike to store anything. There isn't a back compartment. You can order a new tool set from Kawasaki, atleast the last time I checked I could get it for my '93 750.slk23022 said:Do you mean under the seat right next to the battery? Doesn't look like it's tthere... is it hidden? (please say it's hidden!! hahah)
Yeah, thats why I didn't order it, hehe. I have all the tools I need already, or in the case of the socket to remove the plugs I just made one.1Adam12 said:Since it is probably missing - I would just upgrade your tool set. Instead of the typical 10mm, 12mm wrench I put a 1/4" ratchet in my kit with assorted socket sizes, extension, screwdriver,couple of allen wrenches - you get the idea, but if you ever need them they work better and faster than what came in that kit. I think new from the dealer the kits cost about $75.00 - Do you know what kind of set up you can get for $75.00
Heck for a cheapie at Walmart $10.00 buys you a 3/8 and 1/4 ratchet set with both metric and ASE sockets.