Hey, I'm going to be traveling for around 4 months in Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina, buying a used bike there. Since I'm flying into the country, I want to be as prepared as possible and bring as many tools and spare parts as I can, without carrying an excessive amount of gear. Here is the list I have come up with: -Spare tubes (2) -Air pump/electric compressor? -Tire pressure gauge -Tire irons (2 or 3?) -Breaker bar? -12V charger and necessary wiring to install -Multimeter -Wire stripper/crimper -Spare chain -Spare sprocket -Chain link kit (back up master link, clamp) -Spare spark plugs (2) Should I go with the manufacturer's recommendation or other types? -Ratchet set/travel socket set -Lots of zip ties -Plastic tank repair kit -Inner tube repair kit (patches or glue? Is fix-a-flat good?) -Replacement foam air filter -Screw drivers: Phillips and flat head, JIS set of 4 -Set of open end wrenches (I have a full set from 8mm-19mm, will I need all of them?) -Adjustable crescent wrench -Vice grip/locking pliers -Needle nose pliers -Duct tape -Electrical tape -Fencing wire (Heard this was useful, will zip ties suffice?) -Lighter(s) -Multi tool -Allen keys -MSR fuel bottle, 20 oz. In terms of cleaning solutions/fluids, what should I bring with me and what can I improvise with there? -Loctite -WD-40 -JB Quick Weld -Electrical cleaner -Air filter cleaner and lube -Chain lube Spare parts: -Extra carb???? From reading ride reports, I know it's near impossible to find a replacement there. Worth bringing one with me, or a rebuild kit? -Clutch cable -Brake cable -Assortment of spare nuts/bolts (what are some common sizes on DRs?) -Anything else?? I'd really appreciate feedback/advice/brutal honesty on this list, it sounds like a lot to bring, but I want to strike that balance of being prepared, especially since I'm riding solo. Thanks!