Spare O-rings for the fuel line connectors
Sounds like the way AAA used to be. Now it is just a a commercial enterprise of the highest degree.ruscook said:He's a banana bender so I apologise for the language .
RACQ - Royal Automobile Club of Queensland. , RACV in Victoria and NRMA (go figure) in NSW and ACT. Our, slightly, relevant motoring associations that provide roadside service, maps, touring info and insurance. Original a co-op type of approach, now pretty much sliced and diced into full commercial corporates.
I do lots of long trips Devi, and I have a tool pack containing most of what you carry (less the headlight bulbs....the bike has two and you can buy em anywhere), and Speedy has never required any of the stuff. But I will still carry it, because the first time I don't take it....Devious2xs said:I am planning a couple of long rides this year, and want to revise what I carry in my tool roll.
What problems has anyone had while on longer rides on their S3 or other bikes?
I normally carry tools to remove the tank, airbox, bodywork, etc. and a few other items like wire, electrical tape, duct tape, fuses, headlight bulb, tire plug repair kit, mini volt/ohm meter, etc.
That is both funny and scary.littlefield said:I got an el cheapo Campbell-Hausfield 12V air pump from Walmart and took all the plastic off. You're left with a little electric pump that will fit in your hand. Put on some alligator clips and you're set.