When it comes to motorcycle maintenance and tuning, we reckon most riders, even newbies, know about oil and filters, tires, chain lubrication and adjustment, brake pads, and air filters. And quite reasonably, typical toolboxes contain tools that facilitate working on these. But peel another layer off the onion, and budding mechanics will begin discovering something else, springs. Fun fact: There are springs all over your motorcycle, small and large. Such as inside the wheels’ Schrader valves, behind the start and horn buttons, inside kill switches on dirt bikes, above the carburetor slide, attached to the side- and centerstands, encircling the kickstarter shaft, inside the fork tubes, and wrapped around the shock or shocks. The list goes on. Here are three essential spring tools that make maintaining, repairing, and tuning your motorcycle easier.