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Yes. Start with hand tools (wrenches sockets, etc.) You will be changing oil and other fluids. A good grease gun, proper oil filter wrench. Tire tools, air, jacks, stands, etc.
 

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Must haves are a full set of Torx head driver/sockets those bolts are everywhere on this quad mixed in with some metric bolts and standard Allen heads.
 

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I'm cheap so I used a strap wrench on the oil filter instead of buying the special wrench. Its alot easier if you take the right footpanel/mud guard off, which brings me to the most valuble tool I use on the bike. The pliers that came in the factory tool pouch are made to pull the black push locks found all over the bike. I am replacing all the torx bolts which hold the skid plates on with regular hex head bolts so I can use hex drill bit to remove them faster.

grease gun + flexibilty + patience = successful lube job
 
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