Picture: The Ultimate trail tool kit.
Posted January 02, 2008 - 09:03 PM
Posted January 02, 2008 - 09:40 PM
New to the site, but not to the dirt.
Posted May 12, 2008 - 03:12 AM
Posted May 12, 2008 - 07:27 AM
Next is a wolfpakusa.com back pac that mounts to my chest protector. Is also has a ribcage protection belt. I met the guy that invented it as he was airlifted due to broken ribs abd punched lung. I like this thing. I carry aprx 1-ltr of water in the hydration bag, 1/4" socket set 8-12mm, set of allens for socket wrench and extra socket wrench just in case, watarproof matches, whistel, extra spark plug in weathrproof holder, Alumabond in weatherproof holder, small firstaid kit, mirror to alert others, cell phone, GPS w/ extra batteries, 2-way radio w/ extra batteries, box/open end wrenches 8-12 mm, adjustable wrenc, 4-in one screw driver, knife, electrical wire, electrical tape, roll of rescue tape for hose emergencies, vise grip pliers, needle nose pliers, ten roll pack of ez-towels, small amount of misc screws, nylon ty-straps, safety wire, side cutters, flash light, emergency blanket, (1) 1/4" x 6" socket extension (for removing the tank), more co2 bottles, goggle wipies, etc........ Still working on getting the chain breaker/chain press and extra links. Also the wolkpak has a holder for extra water bottles or I even carry extra fuel in gatoraid bottles. I had a small spill and fell on my back, everyhting stayed in tack. I'd like to have the upper part larger for clothing on those overnighters.
Next is the wolfman.com enduro tank bag.
Sorry for being out of order on my items, but I'm at work and going off of memory.
Posted September 07, 2008 - 06:14 PM
Never ride alone, and always tell somebody where you are going or carry a SPOT.