Thanks, helpful list, for me
Attached is a list of basic fasteners that I have discovered thus far.
Additons to the list would be welcome.
I replaced some Phillips (JIS) with Metric Allen head.
The factory tool kit is about the same as came with my Yamaha enduros of the seventies.
I despise combination pliers, but they are better than nothing.
Without them, I'd make room for Channellock 426 and/or Irwin 4LN Visegrips.
The supplemental sockets and diagonal cutting pliers (Channellock 435 5" dikes are hard to find) fit into a 5 x 7.5" pouch which fits into a lower front pocket of my adventure jacket or in the taillbag. Under the Bonneville seat is enough room for the socket pouch and a smaller pouch for stubby combo wrenches.
1/4" drive metric hex bits are also difficult to find. These are Armstrong (USA) from McMaster.com (bit pricey)
2017 TW200 factory tool kit.jpg2017 TW200 fasteners.jpgFactory tool kit.JPGTW tool kit augment.JPG
Last edited by SportsterDoc; 01-19-2017 at 06:39 PM.
Thanks! I need to get back to the tool list I was compiling and get that done.
"1/4" drive metric hex bits are also difficult to find" ...but ever so useful when it comes to valve covers and the like.
If that is a 6" wobble extension above the 1/4" rachet then I like the way you think.
The diikes sure would be appreciated by anyone who has ever gotten tangled up in discarded bailing wire or worse.
2003 TW200 "Betty Boop"
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A set of Eklind or Bondhus L wrenches would be much cheaper, but sure is nice to use a ratchet and sometimes an extension.McMaster metric hex bits.jpg