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Has anybody found the hidden screwdriver in the back fender? While putting the license plate on I found a 90 degree screwdriver in the fender. I'm sure it's in the manual, but when you ask yourself (in San Diego) read manual or ride. I know what I'm goin to do. Speaking of license plate frames. Does anyone know where to get the best license frame? I've ordered one (internet) that has 2 indian warbonnet chiefs facing opposite. Haven't got it yet so I can't comment.

Any way, HAPPY RIDING
 

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I'll have to check that out. I want to remove the little reflectors from the edge of the license plate holder and a right angle screwdriver would fit the bill. Thanks for the tip.
 

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Aha! Awesome, didn't know they would hide tools on the bike. Anything else?
 

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Has anybody found the hidden screwdriver in the back fender? While putting the license plate on I found a 90 degree screwdriver in the fender. I'm sure it's in the manual, but when you ask yourself (in San Diego) read manual or ride. I know what I'm goin to do. Speaking of license plate frames. Does anyone know where to get the best license frame? I've ordered one (internet) that has 2 indian warbonnet chiefs facing opposite. Haven't got it yet so I can't comment.

Any way, HAPPY RIDING

Exactly where did you find it and how was it attached.

I have looked far and wide for mine, but I was told it was a 4mm 90 degree Allen wrench?
 

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Has anybody found the hidden screwdriver in the back fender? While putting the license plate on I found a 90 degree screwdriver in the fender. I'm sure it's in the manual, but when you ask yourself (in San Diego) read manual or ride. I know what I'm goin to do. Speaking of license plate frames. Does anyone know where to get the best license frame? I've ordered one (internet) that has 2 indian warbonnet chiefs facing opposite. Haven't got it yet so I can't comment.

Any way, HAPPY RIDING
Found it yesterday but not sure what good it is. Got my frame (smooth black Arlin Ness), wanted to keep it simple. Just brought my bike in for the 500 to San Diego Ind.
 

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Has anybody found the hidden screwdriver in the back fender? While putting the license plate on I found a 90 degree screwdriver in the fender. I'm sure it's in the manual, but when you ask yourself (in San Diego) read manual or ride. I know what I'm goin to do. Speaking of license plate frames. Does anyone know where to get the best license frame? I've ordered one (internet) that has 2 indian warbonnet chiefs facing opposite. Haven't got it yet so I can't comment.

Any way, HAPPY RIDING
Yes it is an allen wrench/screw driver combo deal. The allen part fits the fender bolts
 

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What is the black thing at the bottom of the picture?

What tool bag? LOL!
Buck is correct, it is the spanner wrench used to remove the oil dipstick. It is also a beer cap opener. It has all the initials of the guys involved in the process of manufacturing delivering the first 2014 Indian on the market. And yes it comes in that small tool bag with the owner kit.
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Buck is correct, it is the spanner wrench used to remove the oil dipstick. It is also a beer cap opener. It has all the initials of the guys involved in the process of manufacturing delivering the first 2014 Indian on the market. And yes it comes in that small tool bag with the owner kit.
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That's cool :)
 

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Buck is correct, it is the spanner wrench used to remove the oil dipstick. It is also a beer cap opener. It has all the initials of the guys involved in the process of manufacturing delivering the first 2014 Indian on the market. And yes it comes in that small tool bag with the owner kit.
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I've never looked at the back side of the wrench, guess I'll have to put my glasses on and check that out,
 

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...Speaking of license plate frames. Does anyone know where to get the best license frame? I've ordered one (internet) that has 2 indian warbonnet chiefs facing opposite. Haven't got it yet so I can't comment.
I think I have that same frame. It is really quite nice for the money. I had to modify mine because the warbonnets covered most of my plate digits. I am very pleased with the result.

If you want a nicer frame...(COO: US) CI-2010 Billet License Plate Frame - America's First
 

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Has anybody found the hidden screwdriver in the back fender? While putting the license plate on I found a 90 degree screwdriver in the fender. I'm sure it's in the manual, but when you ask yourself (in San Diego) read manual or ride. I know what I'm goin to do. Speaking of license plate frames. Does anyone know where to get the best license frame? I've ordered one (internet) that has 2 indian warbonnet chiefs facing opposite. Haven't got it yet so I can't comment.

Any way, HAPPY RIDING
uh,,,, you found the one and only tool the bike comes with,,,,,,,it is actually NOT a right angle screwdriver,,,,it is a phillips head at one end,,,and a allen wrench at the other [6 mm] ,,which is the "angled " part.
 
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