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Seems that the previous owner of my TW (recent acquisition by me) wanted to keep the tool kit as a souvenir. What consists in the tool kit that comes with the bike?
 

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Thank-You!
I'll opt. for better quality and selection of sizes on my next tool kit
 

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My complaint with Yamaha is the small area for tool storage, you cannot store long wrenches, or any extra tools in their storage area. Other than add on tubes, such as the welding rod carrier I attached to my rear rack, does any one have suggestions or pictures of tool storage ideas?
 

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My complaint with Yamaha is the small area for tool storage, you cannot store long wrenches, or any extra tools in their storage area. Other than add on tubes, such as the welding rod carrier I attached to my rear rack, does any one have suggestions or pictures of tool storage ideas?




I just purchased 4 of these . Heck, they are so cheap i could not pass them up.

storage containers



Other members have installed these on thier TDubs and seem to like them.



the famous storage tube
 

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I just ordered 3 storage tubes along with my rear cyclorack. I don't plan to use the tool storage area that came with the bike.
 

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I'll call this the Cresenthammer. Kind of a neat idea. I might make one of these for not just the TW, but for other vehicles/uses. Can also make different sized cresenthammer's as well.







Found this is a guy's post on PNWDualSport Website and thought I would share.
 

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I'll call this the Cresenthammer. Kind of a neat idea. I might make one of these for not just the TW, but for other vehicles/uses. Can also make different sized cresenthammer's as well.







Found this is a guy's post on PNWDualSport Website and thought I would share.


Very cool idea... Everyone uses the crescent wrench ta bang on things anyway!
 
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I ended up making up a small toolkit - I had a giveaway kit from Saudi Aramco that had a 1/4 drive with a 8 and 10 mm socket, pliers, screwdriver and Allen head wrenches - I added a $1 tube socket in 18 x 19 mm (that does spark plug and wheel bolts) and a good quality large jaw crescent wrench and I seem to fine.
 
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