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Socket Sizes ( Tool Box Down Size )

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I'm Trying To Make My Tool Load Smaller. Does Anybody Know What All Different Sizes Of Socket Needed To For A 04 Kdx 200. Thanks
 
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8,10,12mm work for 90 percent of the things you may need to do on the trail. Plug socket is a good idea, along with a multi-tip screwdriver and pliers. I carry a few different length 8mm flange bolts, a spare footpeg bolt, and a small can of fix-a-flat
 
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flyingfuzzball said:
i have found it never hurts to have duct tape.
Which can easily be carried by wrapping a few feet around the handle of a wrench. No sense in brining a bulky 50ft roll in a trail kit.
 
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A small pair of vise grips is a usefull tool that can also double for a busted lever.
 
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adam728 said:
Which can easily be carried by wrapping a few feet around the handle of a wrench. No sense in brining a bulky 50ft roll in a trail kit.
thats what i meant.

one of those nifty mini c02 things that you can use to inflate a flat. nice and small and real useful.
 
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flyingfuzzball said:
thats what i meant.

one of those nifty mini c02 things that you can use to inflate a flat. nice and small and real useful.
I just know there's always someone that comes on forums and says carrying duct tape takes up too much space because they never think about this. I have about 3 feet wrapped around my plug wrench.
 
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#10
slice it

I used to cut a roll in half, then cut each of those halves in half. The quarter roll is plenty (as if you could ever have enough), and it is already in pieces a few inches long so you don't have to tear it.