• Metric wrenches
  • For odd sized nuts
  • Last resort
  • Grease is your best friend
  • Small parts, like housing ferrules, cable-end-crimp-ons (what are they called), pieces of deraileurs and brakes
  • Water
  • Pump
  • Leatherman
  • Electrical tape, useful as rim tape
  • Razor blade in sheath
  • Lube
  • WD40 - not used as a lubricant, but rather as a penetrating oil to un-stick rusty bolts, and as a solvent to dissolve 20-year old grease
  • New tubes
  • Bag'o'cables, housings
  • Cable/Cable Housing cutters
  • Toothbrushes, for scrubbing
  • Cone wrenches
  • Freewheel remover
  • bb cup tool
  • bb lockring tool
  • Spare handlebar and stem (since I knew the raleigh had a broken one)
  • chain tool
  • tire irons
  • patch kit
  • spoke wrenches (3 sizes)
  • metric allen keys
  • tobacco
  • We use this bin lid to catch small parts as they fall. This is CRITICAL for ball bearings
  • trash bags keep grease off of the table

All the tools that I brought to Chris'

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Guh, I own too many tools to carry (and yes, I carried them by bike).

These are the bike tools that I brought over to Chris' to work on his old raleigh.

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  1. Mariah Sharp 11 months ago | reply

    Whoa, lots of tools. I featured your image on a blog entry on my website:
    www.environmental-watch.com/2013/02/21/fix-stuff-to-save-...

    Thanks for the photo!

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