Letâ€™s see some of the homemade tools you guys have made! Sometimes when youâ€™re working in your garage or shop, the tool you need doesnâ€™t exist. Or maybe youâ€™re cheap or donâ€™t want to run to the store to get some simple tool. Maybe you can build a tool thatâ€™s stronger than what you can buy. Whatever the reason, letâ€™s see the tools youâ€™ve made. Also, letâ€™s see the unique tools that you donâ€™t see in every toolbox, but are very handy to have around. Iâ€™m sure youâ€™ve seen this one before. The $2 carburetor synchronizer. Works great! Beefed up clutch hub holder tool. The one I got from mikesxs crumpled when getting a stubborn clutch center nut off. Itâ€™s made from 4 old steel clutch plates tacked together. The pieces I made for using electrolysis to get rust out of gas tanks. More info on that process. A couple of cheap ground down and bent screwdrivers and wrenches. I use the two screwdrivers on the left for removing pilot jets and mixture screws. I think I bent the cheap wrench to get at a bolt when removing an xs650 starter with the motor still in the bike. These two aren't homemade or all that unique, but they come in handy and you donâ€™t see them in every tool box. The locking adjustable wrench works better than I ever imagined. It will grab nuts and bolts very tight and will even loosen ones that good wrenches will strip. The double pivot needle nose pliers are great for reaching into narrow deep places.