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01-17-2010 09:20 PM
500Rubie Don't forget the zip ties a length of electrical wire and the black tape.
01-13-2010 01:54 PM
LOMO700XX looks alot like a leatherman. i have several of those that have piled up over the years. if it is, then yes, they're very nice
01-07-2010 05:38 PM
dagirl71 anyone own one of these? order one for hubby for xmas and instead stuck it in my riding bag... is it worth it or just give it to him?

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01-07-2010 10:30 AM

was on sale for $149.99 at sears
01-07-2010 10:17 AM
Simplyorange 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.
01-07-2010 08:53 AM
Originally Posted by smo0oth1 View Post
Don't forget the tin foil to fix those burnt fuses lol

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01-07-2010 08:49 AM
smo0oth1 Don't forget the tin foil to fix those burnt fuses lol
01-07-2010 08:47 AM
scuzz 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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01-07-2010 01:28 AM
mfrantz time for me to hit the local snap-on guy for some tools for riding..
01-07-2010 12:28 AM
Nasty700xx 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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