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Occasionally, the question arises " what tools should I carry with me ?" My philosophy is to carry whatever tools are necessary to complete whatever repairs are necessary that you would be comfortable doing in some parking lot a long way from home. The parts you might want to carry are those most vulnerable to fail and take more than a day to find on a Sunday afternoon in Moosomin, Saskatchewan.

Tools

Bicycle air pump - for tires and rear shock*
Electrical continuity tester
Feeler gauges - .15mm & .20mm to adjust valves 
Manual - owners
Manual - shop
Pliers - needlenose
Pliers - standard
Screw driver - #3 Philips stubby
Screw driver - slot
Snap ring pliers (wheel bearings)
3/8 drive ratchet
3/8 drive extension
3/8 drive sockets - 10, 12, 14, 17, 27mm **
3/8 drive sockets - Allen 5, 6, 8, 12mm **
Spark plug wrench (Concours tool kit)
Tire pressure gauge
Tire repair kit, (air pump ?) & CO2 cartridges
Wire cutters
Wrenches - Allen - 3 mm (carb float bowls)
Wrenches - combination - 10, 12, 14, 17, 27 mm

Parts & Supplies

Brake pads
Bulb - H4 headlight
Bulb - H3 driving lights
Bulb - tail light ( 1157 )
Bulb - turn signal
Fairing screws - assorted
Footpeg (adapt older style peg)
Fuses - assorted
Ignition pulser coils
Petcock rebuild kit
Side stand switch defeat connector
Throttle pull cable
Wheel bearings  - front (#6203 double sealed)
 

Assorted fasteners
Electrical tape
Hand cleaner - waterless, towelless
JB Quick Weld
RTV - high temp black
Speed nuts for fairing - spares
Tie wraps - assorted
Tie down straps - ferry travel or trailering
WD 40
Wire - assorted

* As an alternative to the bicycle air pump, some riders have bought very small 12 volt pumps and removed their plastic shells making them much easier to store.
** the large socket and Allen socket will likely be 1/2" drive meaning you should carry an adapter for your 3/8" ratchet

Article By: David J. Morrow

 Updated January 2005

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