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Tool Pack For A Trail Ride


Dwight_Rudder

-Small roll of about 3 ft of duct tape

-About 3-5 ft of safety wire

-At least 6 rubber bands cut from a rear tube.

-About 1 ft. of fuel line.

-6 longish zip ties.

-1 masterlink

-Shop rag

-6" adjustable crescent wrench

-Assorted 6mm & 8mm nuts and bolts

-CO2 cartridge tire inflater with 3 CO2 cartridges

-One standard 300X21 tube ( this is carried on rear fender or looped over your fanny pack belt. Can be used in emergency for front or rear tires.)

-Two 8" tire irons.

-Wrench to fit front and rear axle nuts.

-Allen wrenches to fit any allen head bolts on bike

-Multi bit screwdriver

-8mm wrench

-10mm wrench

-12 or 13mm wrench depending on bike

-14mm wrench if needed

-17mm wrench

-Any other wrenches or special tools that your bike may need.

-Small vise grips with wire cutters

-Pliers

-Dykes ( side cutters )

-Pocket knife

-2 spark plugs if 2 stroke , 1 spark plug if 4 stroke

-Spark plug wrench

-Multi socket compact T handle

-Spoke wrench

What will not fit into your fanny pack will need to be rubber band strapped to the bike.

Moose race pack or Moose enduro pack are very good to carry tools in.

Dwight Rudder

7 time ISDT / ISDE medalist

8 time AMA Nat'l Enduro Class Champion

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