I picked up a Tuck chain tool set when I needed a chain on the KLR, it'll work on the Versys as well, cost right at $70.00. I buy tools that I need IF I think I'll get a long term return on them. If I don't think I'll use it enought to pay for it I get the shop to do the job. My local auto tire shop broke the counter shaft nut free with a air impact wrench for free. The rest was done in my garage in less than an hour.
BTW I live in dread of the 90fp on the Versys as the 72fp on the KLR was more like 75 MILE TONS! I tried a breaker bar and the brake trick...all I did was crank the bike around the shop! Once it was off and I retorqued it to 72fp it's no longer a problem.
Or was that look THEN leap?
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2012 650 Versys