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What is in the toolkit that comes with the new bikes?

I want to either buy one or put one together myself.

I already own many of the tools, so if I can just get a tool pouch

or roll (might even have that too) and make my own, it could be

cheaper than $31 plus shipping for a new one.

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What is in the toolkit that comes with the new bikes?

I want to either buy one or put one together myself.

I already own many of the tools, so if I can just get a tool pouch

or roll (might even have that too) and make my own, it could be

cheaper than $31 plus shipping for a new one.

maybe a good pic of the contents from someone that has one would help too:thumbsup:

HappyRiding !!

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I already own many of the tools, so if I can just get a tool pouch

or roll (might even have that too) and make my own, it could be

cheaper than $31 plus shipping for a new one.

.....and it would almost certainly be better quality.

The kit in the pic above is everything that was supplied from Suzuki but it is missing many essential items, imo. I leave this one in the truck as a backup. There is NO WAY I'm laying out my trail kit for a pic. It would take forever to put it back rattle free.

For every item you see in the pic, there are probably two items missing that I consider essential.

Notice there are no allen wrenches.

No zip ties or safety wire.

No first aid.

No duct tape :)

I'm sure a search would turn up a good list of essentials.

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Thanks Kyle.

You're right - it doesn't look worth $31 plus shipping to me.

It doesn't even look like there's an 8mm open end in there,

which is what it takes to adjust throttle cables (and a few other

things). I'd imagine one of those sockets might fit inside the hex

on the fron axle.

I appreciate the info - it saved me wasting money.

My Ural came with a pretty extensive tool kit - but that's typical

for military machinery... designed to use very few tools so that

field repairs are possible for most situations.

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don't thank me, tupperware put up the pics.. I was going to do it after work, nice response time tup!! I completely agree that the stock kit is basically useless though.. it came in handy for the sparkplug that is it!

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Dang.

I take back all the thanks to Kyle and transfer them to Tupperware.

tard.gif

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