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The Greasy Tool Roll from Fuel Motorcycles is a classic loop closure pouch than can be used as either a tool roll or a first aid kit, or you can load it up with anything you want to carry with you on your motorcycle. The roll-up design and leather strap closure means it will be convenient to carry and make quick roadside repairs possible. Perfect for the on-the-go mechanic. It doesn't have to be for motorcycle tools though, you can use it for anything you want to neatly tuck away. As with all products from Fuel motorcycles, the quality is high and the product is durable.

£99.00

Fuel Motorcycles Greasy Tool Roll

Fuel Motorcycles Greasy Tool Roll

Excl vat £82.50 Incl. Tax: £99.00
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Product Description Sku: W20-TOOLROLL-AID

The Greasy Tool Roll from Fuel Motorcycles is a classic loop closure pouch than can be used as either a tool roll or a first aid kit, or you can load it up with anything you want to carry with you on your motorcycle. The roll-up design and leather strap closure means it will be convenient to carry and make quick roadside repairs possible. Perfect for the on-the-go mechanic. It doesn't have to be for motorcycle tools though, you can use it for anything you want to neatly tuck away. As with all products from Fuel motorcycles, the quality is high and the product is durable.

  • Japanese denim construction
  • Sturdy leather strap
  • Suede Fuel Motorcycles logo
  • Embroidered Greasy logo inside
  • Screenprinted internal lettering
  • Material Cotton

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