This is the full tool kit that I take on the 1200GSA, most of which applies to the F650/800GS. I hasten to add I don't take everything, all of the time!
The top photo shows things packed away. I used transparent plastic pencil cases (WH Smith etc) which come in various sizes. The most important items are top right, and the torx set includes T40, T50 and T55. The F650/800 needs a T45 which is in the BMW tool roll (top left).
The U-part of the ABUS lock is stored on the 1200GSA, so I need to work out somewhere to store this on the F650. I'm intending to mount one or two tool tubes to house tools and first aid kit.
Spare bulbs are a legal requirement in some countries. The Slime 12v pump is only taken when I anticipated possibly having to lower tyre pressures, otherwise I rely on the BMW tubeless tyre repair with its CO2 cannisters.
The paper documents are technical biking translations in French, German and Spanish.
In building a tool kit the sensible thing to do is to keep separate ANY
tool that you have used to work on the bike. This pile then becomes the tool kit you take.
I carry two first aid kits on a trip, one for sickness things and one for accidents which I always keep on the bike. As well as what you might expect the 'accident' kit includes things like optrex, anti-histamine, gaffer tape and a cigarette lighter.
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