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Technical Section => Make / Model Specific Discussions => KTM LC4 400/610/640 & 690 => Topic started by: aka.Goliath on October 23, 2015, 11:54:42 pm

Title: What Tools Do You Ride With?
Post by: aka.Goliath on October 23, 2015, 11:54:42 pm
I lost my tool roll plus leavers over this last weekend and now I'm looking at replacing them. I wanted to hear what tools you guys ride with before I go out getting replacements. Basically any 690 specific tools needs. Here is what I got in mind so far. I run Tubliss so need a pump that goes to 7 bar.

6-8-10mm socket (1/4")
Socket Drive (1/4")
Socket Drive Extender (1/4")
Motion Pro T-6 > 32mm Tyre leaver combo
Motion Pro T-6 > 27mm Tyre leaver combo
Andy's Bead Breakers and Leaver combo
Patch Kit/Tyre repair with pressure gauge
Air Pump (hand or electric) - 7 bar
Torx and Allen bits
Bit Holder (1/4")
Multi-tool - Leatherman
14mm Spark plug socket
Screw Driver Combo/Dual-Sided

Title: Re: What Tools Do You Ride With?
Post by: EATMYKTM. on October 24, 2015, 06:44:17 am
Looks good Goliath.
I use the Std. KTM tools plus a specificly assembled puncture repair kit.
3x short emgo tyre levers
Plastic rim protectors
RAD bead lube
smaĺl container of valve cores, sand paper, valve removal tool
smaller 690/dirtbike axle bolt spanner
2x thin 21" tubes
Thin cards of quick mix steel. Very thin, single serving items from builders warehouse.
Air compressor
pressure guage
Title: Re: What Tools Do You Ride With?
Post by: aka.Goliath on November 02, 2015, 02:23:43 pm
Looks good Goliath.
I use the Std. KTM tools plus a specificly assembled puncture repair kit.
3x short emgo tyre levers
Plastic rim protectors
RAD bead lube
smaĺl container of valve cores, sand paper, valve removal tool
smaller 690/dirtbike axle bolt spanner
2x thin 21" tubes
Thin cards of quick mix steel. Very thin, single serving items from builders warehouse.
Air compressor
pressure guage

Thanks. I like the idea of "Thin cards of quick mix steel. Very thin, single serving items from builders warehouse."
I always question why I take levers along as I run Tubliss but I still reckon its easier to carry, than need them one day and not have them.
Title: Re: What Tools Do You Ride With?
Post by: Master Beerkie on November 19, 2015, 10:26:50 am
Credit Card  :peepwall: