F800GS Toolkit needs

Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by itsatdm, Oct 4, 2008.

  1. Goosecatcher

    Goosecatcher seeker

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    What's the link to those pouches?

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  2. ForestFrog

    ForestFrog Been here awhile

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  3. Goosecatcher

    Goosecatcher seeker

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  4. ForestFrog

    ForestFrog Been here awhile

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    My 2$ front axle tool!!! 19mm bolt head

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  5. 70East

    70East Been here awhile

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    I changed mine up again. Something happened in the woods and the wrench I had wouldn't work, so,I switched to stubby.

    Torx
    T8, Left control housing
    T15, Grip pins
    T20, Throttle assembly
    T25, Fairings, Control, Body work
    T30, Muffler mount, Signals, Motor chassis, Rotor
    T40, Triple clamp, Brake pivot, Rear rotor, Brake line *
    T40S, Ignition antenna
    T45, Body, Exhaust mount, Fork axle pinch bolts, Controls *
    T50, Chassis bolts, Kickstand *
    T55, Upper Shock Bolt, Engine mount bolts *

    Hex
    2.5mm, Wunderlich adjustable shifter
    3mm, Pezzo levers
    4mm, Alt Rider engine guard, Wunderlich adjustable shifter
    5mm, HDB, Alt Rider engine guard
    6mm, Wolfman racks
    10mm, Oil plug

    Bit handle
    Philips bits
    Slotted bits

    3/8" Sliding T-handle
    3" Extension
    6" Extension

    Socket 6 pt
    08mm, Airbox
    10mm, Wunderlich adjustable shifter
    13mm, Bash plate
    16mm or 5/8" thin wall, Spark plug

    External Torx
    E12, Front Caliper brakes

    Wrench, Stubby, combination
    08mm, Brake/Clutch Levers
    09mm,
    10mm,
    11mm, Brake nipples, Ram mount
    12mm, Valve stem
    13mm, Chain tension
    14mm,

    Chain tool, Motion Pro PBR
    Chain links

    Pliers
    Knipex wrench
    Knipex cobra

    Safety wire
    Zip ties
    Blue loctite
    WD-40
    JB Weld Steel Stick
    JB Weld Plastic Weld
    Rubber gloves
    Gorilla tape
    Tow strap
    4oz Techron

    Tire levers, Motion Pro BeadPro Tire Bead Breaker and Lever Tool Set
    Axle Wrench, Best Rest, Best-Hex Kit, 17mm Front axle, 24mm Rear axle
    Valve stem core tool fish
    Pump, Best Rest
    Patch kit
    Pressure gauge
    21" Tube
    17" Tube

    Wet ones

    I carry all that in this, minus the pump and tubes,
    https://www.amazon.com/Camelbak-90654-Gear-Bottle-Pouch/dp/B002QWNJ8A?th=1
  6. cjw25

    cjw25 Been here awhile

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    I got this kit on sale last year, I believe for $25:

    https://www.cyclegear.com/accessories/stockton-roadside-tool-kit

    In addition:

    Tire levers
    - Motion-pro tire lever w/ 24mm end plus 24mm T6 combo lever adapter
    - Best Rest
    Axle Wrench, Best Rest, Best-Hex Kit, 17mm Front axle
    Valve stem core tool fish
    Pump, cheap electric at moment, will replace with Best Rest at some point
    Patch kit
    Pressure gauge
    21" Tube

    It is still a work in progress.
  7. BMW-K

    BMW-K F800GS FTW!

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    I know it sounds crazy but...a length of coat hanger,

    Because when safety wire, zip ties and you've lost that bolt you just need...coat hanger, can't begin to say how many times the damn coat hanger has come into play.
  8. Cavi

    Cavi Been here awhile

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  9. 70East

    70East Been here awhile

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  10. Cavi

    Cavi Been here awhile

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    cool that is the set I will order......
  11. cjw25

    cjw25 Been here awhile

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    Aluminum or steel version?
  12. 70East

    70East Been here awhile

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    The aluminum ones.
  13. RainRider45

    RainRider45 Been here awhile

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    Great list 70east.and almost identical to what I pack for my F800gsa.

    I found packing my patch kit in a 6x6x2 resealable plastic tub and another for my tools works good because you have the lids to place screws nut etc in. The tire irons wire ties and a rag wrapped around them with electrical tape make a compact kit for trail side repaired.

    I think a picture would be worth a thousand words here and a total overall weight would be useful .

    I will work on that this winter.
  14. cjw25

    cjw25 Been here awhile

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    Someone asked for a picture. Does not include pump or tube. Weight as shown, ~6.7lbs.


    toolkit.JPG
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  15. WF_Jester

    WF_Jester n00b

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    Are the above bits or L shaped tools?
  16. 70East

    70East Been here awhile

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    They are all bits.
  17. 70East

    70East Been here awhile

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    All try and get a picture up this afternoon.
  18. RainRider45

    RainRider45 Been here awhile

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    Lots of extra weight, Long nose plyer, wire cutter, 3/8 6" long extension =Pitch. Replace screw drivers with 1/4" drive and bits for flat and Phillips. Fuses ? is this kit for a KLR ?
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  19. cjw25

    cjw25 Been here awhile

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    The price was right. :)
  20. The Maz

    The Maz Clueless and lost

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    Most people wire their aftermarket electronics thru a fuze block or something similar, which takes fuses. Unless a PDM60 is used.