I thought the tool kit would be by the battery or something. But don't know where it could be on my 1994 vn750.
He has quit advertising, but I believe I read that he was still making a few backrests as of last summer.its a protac drivers backrest. it mounts by installing two brackets to the top shock mount nuts. the backrest fits into the mounts. not sure if they are still avaliable, the guy that makes them recently retired, and stopped making them. someone with more info my chim in that knows for sure.
FYI - I bought mine last month at Sears (Craftsman brand - 18mm sparkplug socket) when I replaced my plugs...worked like a charm with the extension on the 1/2 drive. Less than $5.BTW, the thinwall 18mm sparkplug wrench that fits down in the plug "well" on one side of each cylinder is the most unique of the Kaw tools, and often requires a little hunting to find a suitable replacement. So if you find the tools in the toolbox, guard that long thin socket even if you replace all the other tools.
Yes I know several members have gotten a thinwall socket from Sears, or ground down the outside diameter on another deep set socket to fit inside the "tunnel". I phoned and looked personally at the local Sears tool dept. but they couldn`t find one for me.FYI - I bought mine last month at Sears (Craftsman brand - 18mm sparkplug socket) when I replaced my plugs...worked like a charm with the extension on the 1/2 drive. Less than $5.
All new bikes came with a tool kit. They go in the "tail box"..there is also supposed to be a rubber stap to hold it there.the tool kit might also be an extra on the bike...it was offered in the kawasaki fire and steel catalog.