The Motorcycle Starter Contact Aligner is a tool that assists in the proper installation of electrical contacts used on starters for motorcycles and other vehicles.
Inventor James W. Dixon, a mechanic from Samborn, NY has created a tool that assists in the proper installation of electrical contacts used on starters for motorcycles and other vehicles.
Nothing beats having the proper tool for a job. Each field of mechanical work has its own type of specialty tools, each performing a specialized task. There has been a need for a specialized tool for the installation of electrical contacts on starters used on motorcycles. A typical repair sequence involves the user trying to balance the contacts with ones thumb with one hand while trying to tighten them in place with the other. This not only results in pain and discomfort for the user, but causes the contacts to be installed at an angle resulting in premature failure. Inventor Dixon has created a means by which motorcycle starter contacts can be easily installed without issue.
This clever new invention ensures that contacts are installed quickly and accurately. It saves time and effort. It reduces the risk of injury. The tool is ideal for repair garages and dealerships. Its even great for the backyard mechanic!