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Old 04-16-2017, 12:31 PM
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Trail tool kit...

Hey folks. I got some ideas on some things to carry on the trail.... What do you carry tool wise with you for trail repairs? I've got an older Honda, other than tape, sealers, zip ties etc, what tools have you found you must carry? Have a booster pack, compressor and patch kit as well.
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Vise grips. Maybe some key tools for your particular machine, tools to drain water and oil. Depending whether there is lots of water, oil and filter. Don't forget a can of ether and lighter to set your tire back on the bead.
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I carry everything required to change my belt including a spare. Tape, knife, vise grips, half litre of oil, some wrenches and flat screwdriver. Everything to fix a flat including a compressor. Spark plugs, waterproof case for cell phone and ziplock bags and hose clamps. I carry a 30ft tow strap plus 30 or so ft of 5/8 rope. Probably more lol just can't remember it all. Tonnes more when in the bush up north hunting.

You can never have enough stuff. We fixed a outter boot with bacon grease, bags and tape while in the bush, made it the remainder of the week hunting lol.

Never can carry enough stuff and almost a guarantee that you need what u don't have lol
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Good lists. I'll add Leatherman and tampons. Great for dipping in tank..instant fire starter
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Good lists. I'll add Leatherman and tampons. Great for dipping in tank..instant fire starter
Never thought of that one. That's a good one!
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one of the most used items in my toolkit is a bag of nuts and bolts.
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Spare valve stems and a valvestem puller.
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Never bothered fixing flats on the trail. I only run a few pounds in my tired anyways so they're almost flat from the start lol. Plus,the sidewall does a decent job holding them up
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A first aid kit especially if you have youngins in your riding group they always seem to be falling and scratching themselves at fest areas. They become instantly happy if you have a shinny white bandage to put on boo boo.
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