Kriega Tool Roll

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by 2low2go, Aug 29, 2013.

  1. 2low2go

    2low2go Banned

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    Thinking of buying this. Who has it? How do you like it?
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  2. traveltoad

    traveltoad Aaron S

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    I have one... I like it. Once filled with stuff it is very... "roll-like" I have seen other took kits that are more flat, but this works well, hold plenty of stuff.
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  3. 2low2go

    2low2go Banned

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    Awesome!
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  4. Jim K.

    Jim K. Long timer

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    I can't speak to the tool roll, but if it's built like any of the other Kreiga products I'm sure it will hold up well. Everything I've seen (& owned) from their shop has been thoughtfully engineered & beautifully executed. (& unfortunately priced accordingly)
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  5. Nacho911

    Nacho911 Been here awhile

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    I love mine. Just get one. Tough a fu@$
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  6. KingRat

    KingRat Stroppy.

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    Another positive recommendation. Had one for years. Outstanding.
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  7. Maoule

    Maoule Been here awhile

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    I tried a tool roll and liked the way it keeps things organized; however it only fit in a pannier. I played around a bit a came up with this:[​IMG]
    which rolls up into this:
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    It's a piece of leather chamois and the roll fits under my seat in the tool compartment.:wink:
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  8. Bad Daddy

    Bad Daddy Been here awhile

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    I have one, and my only knock on it is the Velcro.

    You can't roll it, but you can fold it. Fits in my GL Mojavi bag, with room to spare.
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  9. milzispete

    milzispete Conquistador

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    They are well made but I find mine a bit bulky considering what you can get in them. This applies to all tool rolls I guess tho. You could probably pack everything much smaller if the items were loose in a container or a rag but then everything isn't as well laid out when you open it up.

    Here some picks of mine

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  10. going south

    going south hero & Zero...

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    Yes it is a little bulky, I really like the way it keeps things organized doing parking lot maintenance, I feel I save a bit of time grabbing the right tool, verses digging through the pile, a big plus when it's 100F +.....

    This is one by Ergodine.

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  11. DFWBo

    DFWBo Been here awhile

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    I use the Kriega roll...it's great and the zipper pouch is great for sockets and spare posi connectors

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  12. ironklad

    ironklad Adventurer

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    I'm liking the Kriega Tool Roll also, here's what I currently have in the roll. I'm building this up for a R1200GSW and this is my first tool roll so I wouldn't use this as an example of what to carry. I'm taking the advice of others and plan to do all my maintenance using my on-bike kit to learn what I need (and what I don't need). I included my Great Harvest bread card for size reference, it's the size of a standard business card.

    I'm liking the Wera Zyklop ratchets, the 1/4 works great as a bit driver. 3/8 doesn't quite fit under the elastic bands so i'm using a velcro band which works great. Flat handle ratchets like a Craftsman 3/8 fit perfectly.

    Roll with zip pouch contents shown
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    Rolled up
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