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CHAPTER ONE

As a minimum, these include:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
1.

Combination wrenches
Sockets
Plastic mallet
Small hammer
Impact driver
Snap ring pliers
Gas pliers
Phillips screwdrivers
Slot (common) screwdrivers
Feeler gauges
Spark plug gauge
Spark plug wrench

Special tools required are shown in the
chapters covering the particular repair in which
they are used.
Engine tune-up and troubleshooting procedures require other special tools and equipment. These are described in detail in the
following sections.
EMERGENCY TOOL KITS
Highway
A small emergency tool kit kept on the bike is
handy for road emergencies which otherwise

could leave you stranded. The tools and spares
listed below and shown in Figure 2 will let you
handle most roadside repairs.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.

Motorcycle tool kit (original equipment)
Impact driver
Silver waterproof sealing tape (duct tape)
Hose clamps (3 sizes)
Silicone sealer
Lock'N'Seal
Flashlight
Tire patch kit
Tire irons
Plastic pint bottle (for oil)
Waterless hand cleaner
Rags for clean up

Off-Road
A few sinnple tools and aids carried on the
motorcycle can mean the difference between
walking or riding back to camp or to where
repairs can be made. See Figure 3.
A few essential spare parts carried in your
truck or van can prevent a day or weekend of
trail riding from being spoiled. See Figure 4.