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So I've had my Mav for 1/2 year now and decided it's time to check out the tool kit that came in the glove box, better late than never.
I can see what they think are the necessary tools, open end wrenches, screwdriver, couple torx sizes and spark plug tool. Got the secondary separator bolt for replacing the drive belt and cheap pliers.
So here's my two questions. What is the plastic doohicky (lower left on pic) on the chain for and what exactly does the spanner wrench fit? Also, what about the square holes in the spanner?

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plastic doohickey should be a pressure gauge, and the spanner wrench is for adjusting your shocks and the square holes are for a 3/8 ratchet or breaker bar
 

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Ding ding ding, winner winner winner!
 

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that's it ! lol
 

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Dang I forgot about those shocks. And just what I needed, another junk pressure gauge. Thanks for opening my eyes, I should have figured that stuff out. Gettin to old to think straight anymore.
 
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