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post #1 of 13 Old 01-06-2010, 07:45 PM Thread Starter
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Trail Tool Kit

So I'm taking a trip down to Kentucky in a few weeks to do some riding on a friend's property. What are some good basic tools to make up a "trail tool kit"? Basically, what do you take with you when you go riding away from home?

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Do you mean what you take with you when riding or in your truck for when you come back from riding?

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in my truck when i come back from riding. just in case somethin goes down, ya know?

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1/4", 3/8", 1/2" socket wrenches and 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 14mm, 17mm, 24mm, Screwdrivers, socket extensions, Channel locks. I would make sure you carry a seperate container for just fluids (brake fluid, coolant, oil, chain lube, filter cleaner, grip glue (crazy but I have had to use it twice). Thhe bike doesn't take a ton of tools to work on it but it does take multiple tools on the same nut and bolt. What I am getting at is don't take 1-12mm socket, you might need another 12mm to hold the bolt end or something. Take a good look at your bike and figure out what wrenches, sockets you would nee to take it apart and take them with you. I have a homedepot special rolling tool chest that is 30" long by 18" wide and 2' tall and it works perfect to take in the truck with the quad for a little weekend warrior riding.

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Barker performance exhaust
EHS racing fuel programmer
EHS racing air box lid
ITP holeshot XCT tire front and rear
Hiper beadlocks
Houser long travel A-Arms and steering stem
Elka long travel elite shocks (front)
Elka remote resevoir rear shocks
Pro taper fat bars
IMS fuel tank
DG full skids
Precision steering dampner
Hinson Clutch
Moose dual gasser throttle
DG fat nerf bars
DG fat pro V front bumper
Powermadd hand guards
ASV C5 brake/clutch levers


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time for me to hit the local snap-on guy for some tools for riding..
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I always bring an extra spark plug, tire plugs and a little CO2 can for a quick air up on rides where mileage and distance from base can add up.

Oh...and tie wraps! OMG, tie wraps save the day.



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Don't forget the tin foil to fix those burnt fuses lol

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sears has a full 3 drawer plastic carry case full of 1/2",#/8" and 1/4" drive and wrenches allens, the works, my buddy had one and we rebuilt a 289 mustang engine and a 2002 mustang engine with it in his shop. it has everything you will need except pliers and channellocks, its about 16"x16"x12" and easy to carry.

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http://www.craftsman.com/shc/s/p_101...Mechanic+Tools

was on sale for $149.99 at sears

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13T,Stage 1 hotcam,11:1 CP piston,L8ton Sway bar,Orange Maier Plastics,21" razr 1 front,ITP Sandstars on 10" ITP T9 Pro Series,FMF powerbomb/powercore.EHS programmer next.

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