Now since these tools are likely to see a very limited use, I offer them out for loan to anyone in the continental U.S. who is willing to pay shipping both ways.
NOw that's a very generous offer.
I'm not in the US, I'm in Australia and, I don't have a bike requiring the use of these tools, I have a loan BMW K100LT a friend insisted I borrow till I get my car engine built and back in my car. Now I have the bike the car is no longer a priority and I'm enjoying riding again after having too long a break (plenty of friends bikes ridden in between).
One thing I will mention, not trying to be a kill joy, I've loaned out plenty of specialty tools over the years and have lost so many. What hasn't been lost has mostly been damaged and now when some of the same acquaintances come and ask "oh, do you have such and such tool?" I tell them to go buy their own because I either never get them back or they come back damaged and when I actually require them myself, I have to purchase another one.
One such example is a classic, a friend of 30 years started telling me he has a 17mm socket Allen key (hex key) and I said "yes, it's mine, I loaned it to you a few years back and you never returned it!"
He said "I don't know where I borrowed it but it's not yours, why would you even own one?"
I retorted it fitted the free lift pins on forklift masts and having been a forklift technician for several years it was a much used tool. I also told him I loaned it to him to do the gearbox on his VW Transporter.
I never got it back!
I'm not saying the fine folk on this forum are going to be the same and I'm sure there are plenty of members here who would greatly appreciate the loan and also respect the tool and return it promptly in the condition they received it, just saying I've lost a couple of thousand dollars worth of tools I have never gotten back ( having a crappy memory and forgetting I've loaned it out (and to whom) till it's missing when I need it doesn't help).