Our own design of heavy-duty steel spanner to remove both front & rear wheels from Yamaha T7 Tenere, as there are no suitable tools supplied with the OEM toolkit.
A special 27mm socket on one end for removing the rear axle nut, which is slightly recessed into the swinging arm.
The opposite end of the spanner has a 19mm hexagon plug to undo the recessed hexagon in the front wheel spindle, and incorporates a 10mm hex socket in the end face for undoing the M6 front axle pinch bolts.
Laser-cut from 5mm mild steel & zinc plated.
A great all-in-one trail tool.
IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ
NOTE: Due to the front axle spindle and rear axle nut often being overtightened during PDI at dealers, it is recommended to undo them first, in the workshop, using a socket and bar, rather than this trail hand tool.
Then re-tighten them HAND TIGHT using the new tool. This way, if you do need to remove a wheel on the trail, it will be possible to undo them by hand pressure again.
You can use your boot/foot to put pressure on the spanner when tightening, or undoing, the rear 27mm axle nut, but DO NOT use the 19mm hexagon extension piece as extra leverage, use your pressure on the flat section of the spanner.
The reason the 19mm hexagon extension is so long, is to allow it to protrude into the front axle, and the spanner handle to still rotate and clear the front fender.
IT IS NOT FOR EXTRA LEVERAGE, AND TO DO SO MAY BEND THE STEEL HANDLE.