My “extra long” hex socket tool wasn’t long enough for the fork I was working on. The bit was only 5 inches long. I needed a longer hex socket tool with a bit at least 6 inches long. But all the hex socket tools I found seemed to be about the same as the one I already had. So I decided to make an extra extra long hex socket tool with a shaft about 7 inches long. Check out some of my other DIY homemade tool videos.
* I know I will get asked why not use a long T-Handle wrench. Because the bolts at the bottom of the fork can be very tight, and it would hard to loosen the bolt with a T-Handle hex wrench without some sort of cheater bar. And then the bolts need to be torqued down again during reassembly. All very hard to do with a T-Handle wrench.