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Old 06-05-2011, 10:43 AM   #141
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Location: Bowling Green, Ky
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Mounted the TCK 80 to the front. Got the rear one off, but the rim lock had a small nick in it and I'm afraid it might create some problems, so it needs to be replaced.



I tried the small bike frame pump on the front tire and it works just fine, so the electric tire pump can go. This will save a lot of weight and space. This is the little pump mounted on the rear rack.



Here's a shot of the tools to be carried-



1) gloves,2) tire levers and axle nut tool,3) tire pump, 4) rope, 5) front wheel bearings, 6) oil filter and o-rings, 7) nuts/bolts/fuses, 8) two chain links, 9) spoke wrench & front axle nut tool, 10) patch kit, 11) wire ties, 12) electrical tape,

13) tool roll, misc, allen wrenches, combination wrenches, sockets, pliers, air gauge, test light, crescent wrench, screw driver bits, carb jets

14) Sven 15" saw and sheath, 15) wire, 16) 1/4" T wrench w/ bailing wire wraped, 17) chain tool, 18) hammer and epoxy, 19) jumper cables, 20) throttle and clutch cable, 21) coil, 22) front brake pads, 23) spark plug, 14T counter shaft sprocket, 24) 30mm counter shaft socket, and extension/adapters, 25) foot levers



Not pictured are the front and rear inner tubes, small cans of chain lube and air filter oil, and 1st aid kit, chain link press.
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