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In my pack I am currently carrying

Leatherman charge

6" cresent

6" channel lock

4" needle nose visegrip

4" visegrip

8-10-12 T handle

Allen wrench set

5 min JB weld / emerycloth/ alcohol prep pad

3 feet safety wire

3 feet electric wire

6 in one screwdriver

Various zip ties

In a fender pouch I keep.... This pouch can go on the fender or just throw it in the pack

Set of 3 Motion Pro T-6 levers (22,32,12/13MM)

Thin 21" tube

Inflator with 6 Co2 carts

20 ft rope

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In mine:

  • 6, 8, 10, 12, 14mm sockets
  • 1/4" drive ratchet
  • 6" extension
  • #1 Philips screwdriver
  • 1/8" and 3/16 flat screwdrivers
  • Plug wrench
  • 2x tire irons (Motion Pro Al)
  • 1 front tube
  • Multi tool
  • Tire pressure gauge
  • Bicycle pump (in camel bak)

I carry it all one of the Scotts 6 days packs.

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lets see what i cary

8,10,12,13 mm sockets

same in wrenches

6" 1/4 drive extension

ratchet

multi driver with torx,phillip and standard

zip ties

electrical tape

spare 21" tube with small co2 inflater in fender bag

needle nose

axle wrenches

first aid kit

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First off welcome back!

8,10,12mm wrenches and a Leatherman

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In my pack I am currently carrying

Leatherman charge

6" cresent

6" channel lock

4" needle nose visegrip

4" visegrip

8-10-12 T handle

Allen wrench set

5 min JB weld / emerycloth/ alcohol prep pad

3 feet safety wire

3 feet electric wire

6 in one screwdriver

Various zip ties

In a fender pouch I keep.... This pouch can go on the fender or just throw it in the pack

Set of 3 Motion Pro T-6 levers (22,32,12/13MM)

Thin 21" tube

Inflator with 6 Co2 carts

20 ft rope

First off welcome back!

8,10,12mm wrenches and a Leatherman

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Too much to list. I will get some pics tomorrow of my ADV tools all laid out. I carry way too much. OTOH, I've been doing a lot of solo rides out to some pretty remote locations.

The MYSPOT seems to be the most important tool of the bunch…..

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Looks like I have a roll of rescue tape (silicone tape google it) 2 nitrile gloves and a first aid kit too.

And everyone should have a Leatherman charge. :)

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Looks like 9 more CO2 carts too...... Why do I have 12 freaking CO2's?

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And stale trail mix.....lots of stale trail mix and a beef stick older than...well it's pretty old.

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Looks like I have a roll of rescue tape (silicone tape google it) 2 nitrile gloves and a first aid kit too.

And everyone should have a Leatherman charge. :)

That rescue tape is some really good stuff! I used it on a leaking vapor hose (gasoline) at work. That hose stayed sealed tight until it was replaced months later! I'm checking out the Leatherman charge. It looks pretty cool. I like the vice grip one too.

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Everyone should have super glue too. I just saved myself a canceled riding trip... a 50 mile trip to the vet... and a lot of money when my dog tore his skin open on his leg. Super Glued him up. Good to go.

Works wonders when you don't wanna bleed all the way across the desert back to staging.

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That rescue tape is some really good stuff! I used it on a leaking vapor hose (gasoline) at work. That hose stayed sealed tight until it was replaced months later! I'm checking out the Leatherman charge. It looks pretty cool. I like the vice grip one too.

I had a leatherman crush, someone stole it from me.

And yes rescue tape is teh kick ass.

Everyone should have super glue too. I just saved myself a canceled riding trip... a 50 mile trip to the vet... and a lot of money when my dog tore his skin open on his leg. Super Glued him up. Good to go.

Works wonders when you don't wanna bleed all the way across the desert back to staging.

Yeah but it makes a shitty substitute for blistex.

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In my pack I am currently carrying

Leatherman charge

6" cresent

6" channel lock

4" needle nose visegrip

4" visegrip

8-10-12 T handle

Allen wrench set

5 min JB weld / emerycloth/ alcohol prep pad

3 feet safety wire

3 feet electric wire

6 in one screwdriver

Various zip ties

In a fender pouch I keep.... This pouch can go on the fender or just throw it in the pack

Set of 3 Motion Pro T-6 levers (22,32,12/13MM)

Thin 21" tube

Inflator with 6 Co2 carts

20 ft rope

What would you need with a 6" crescent if you have the sockets and normal tools you work on your bike with. Not trying to be mean but it seems you've over packed a bit?

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The crescent is for removing axle nuts from other bikes than mine.

Plus any other nut larger than 12mm, like linkage stuff ect.

I mostly carry everthing I carry to work on others bikes, I keep my shit wired tight at all times so trailside breakdowns are not too common.

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