I was looking thru the owners manual and read about the pre-load settings for the rear shocks. I went out to look at my bike and saw that mine is set on 1 (I think they all come that way from the factory) and based on my weight I need it on 3. So I went back to the dealership and asked them for the tool for adjusting the pre-load on the shocks. $11.00 dollars later I am headed home ready to do the adjustments. Well one thing lead to another and 2 weeks later I still haven't set the pre-load. I am getting ready to do a little ride (150 miles) and I decide that before I head out I would take the time to set it. Low and Behold the wrench does not fit. I look in the catalog and it says that the wrench is universal. I check the owners manual and the part number for the wrench is different than the catalog. I go on my ride knowing that after the ride I was headed back to the dealership for my 1000 mile service. I picked up the bike today and went to return the wrench and get the right one and the parts guy says that it the right one. I tell him it does not fit. He says sure it does. So I said show me. We go over to a 750 on the showroom floor and he tries to use the wrench and guess what it doesn't fit. I gave the wrench part number that is called out in the owners manual and he goes to look it up and apparently it does not exist. After getting my money back I go back over to service and ask the service tech how much to set the preload on my bike. He goes back to grab a service guy and they come out whit a tool and go over to my bike to make the adjustment. Well their tool doesn't work either. I know this has been a little long winded but I just want to get my shocks adjusted. Has anyone had any luck getting the right tool to do this?