How would you build a tool kit for 650L???


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  • jonr3

Posted September 13, 2007 - 04:20 AM

#1

If you were going to build a custom tool kit that would still fit in the stock rear fender bag, what would you put in it? What size wrenches or sockets? What specialty tools? Emergency supplies such as zip ties, wire, etc.? Spare parts such as bulbs, spark plug, etc.?

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  • LeadDoggy

Posted September 13, 2007 - 05:10 AM

#2

Start with a MotionPro Metric MP Tool, bottom right of linked page, http://shop.thumpert...ault.asp?p=1030
Then go over the bike a check for bolts that made need attention on the trail, add those wrenches, including allen type, in question. Add in a sparkplug and socket that fits.

What I do on my Harley is use the tools that I carry on the bike for minor service. Then I can figure out what else I need to pack.





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