Indian isn’t the only offender, but I find it amazing that a $24,000 bike doesn’t include a basic toolkit. It’s made more aggravating because the mostly well-explained maintenance procedures in the manual don’t mention wrench sizes. If you don’t already own metric tools, assembling a toolkit is going to be a bit hit and miss. The only tools included are a pump/gauge for the air suspension at the rear, and a special tool for removing the oil filler cap (which my bike didn’t include). Incidentally, I think styling an oil cap to the point where is needs a special tool is overkill.