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    Default Putting together a tool kit

    Hey i'm putting together a small toolkit for the back of my 94. I got what I need to remove the fairings (10mm, and flat/ phillips screwdrivers), air pressure gauge any suggestions on what else to put in there?

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    no suggestions? well, than I suggest to everyone else to at least carry around stuff to get your plastics/seat off. Twice i've been inconvenienced by not being able to get at my battery. I added a small flashlight to the bag.

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    Default Re: Putting together a tool kit

    Spanners (wrenches) to adjust the chain on the move.
    Honda could supply one big enough for the spindle.

    What normally comes in a std tool kit;
    flat and phillips screwdriver
    5mm allen key & others
    spanners several sizes
    pilars
    rear shock adjuster
    spindle spanner
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    Default Re: Putting together a tool kit

    I just picked up a set of Cruz tools. They come as complete sets and you can get them at quite a few online dealers, or possible at local motorcycle stores. (they might be able to order them for you.)

    http://cruztools.com/products/kitsmetric.html
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    Go look here http://forum.multitool.org/index.php?topic=24740.0

    I carry the blue one
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    Found the stock tool kit for $66...
    http://www.cheapcycleparts.com/model...es/10659-tools

    I'm putting mine together slowly, to do the most and take up the least space. I'll post a pic when I'm done.

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    Default Re: Putting together a tool kit

    cable ties
    duct tape
    spare fuse

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    This is pretty much what I came up with, plus a hex key (not in picture)

    I'll add things over time if I find I'm missing anything important.

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    8mm, 10mm, 12mm hex wrenches. I see you have one, I assume it's the 10mm.
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    Hey another Massachusetts person, great. Yeah your right, I need the 8 and 12 also.

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    Away from home today my bike stalled out and wouldn't start, pulled out the kit and went to work, got it running 10 minutes later thanks to the tools. (bypassed fuel pump) that's one point for being prepared.

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    I always have a couple of spare levers with me
    ,Brake + clutch
    Cause they always break first when you fall

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