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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 03-04-2014, 01:59 PM Thread Starter
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Did a search in the gen disc and didn't find anything so I figured I'd ask: If you have a tool bag on your scoot, what tools do you have in it?

I have 6 & 8mm allen keys, 6 1/2" needle nose vice grips, 10, 12 & 14mm combo wrenches, electrical tape, about 12" of braided steel wire, a 4" crescent wrench, a 4" pair of pliers, a smallish hose clamp, a 6-in-1 screwdriver, various zip ties and a couple of rags.

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What toolbag?
Don't even carry the stuff Vic gives us.

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What toolbag?
Don't even carry the stuff Vic gives us.
What do you get w/the XC? I think My J'pot only has a 6mmhex/flat head combo tool on the battery cover.

Where in Cen PA are you? I'm in Centre County.

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I carry the OEM tool kit, a set of metric hex sockets, an air pump for my suspension and a jewelers screw driver set to be able to get into my DGD fob to change the battery on the road if I need to.

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To add to what's been mentioned; compact multi-meter, electrical tape, fuses.
In the decades I have been on a motorcycle, I have used my tools and tire repair stuff to help others. I can't recall a time I needed to use them on my bike.

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Uh...I have the mishmash of metric hoobajoobs that came in the OE toolkit. Did use the allens and the 10mm wrench on the road once why my battery cable wiggled loose. Other than that, I carry a tire inflator and that's it.

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Tire repair kit,rags,not mutch else......

2013 XCT, Red,
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Wheel @ +4, Kuryakyn Shift/Brake Pegs, o2s Disabled.
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A pint of Vodka and a couple left handed cigarettes!
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A pint of Vodka and a couple left handed cigarettes!
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A set of fire drills, a left hand hammer and a metric crescent wrench

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