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Are any of you guys carrying tool kits with you? I am a Snap On Tools junkie and looked at their tool kit but don't really want to spend $320. I'm thinking about leaving it for xmas or copying everything in the kit and building my own. If anyone is interested I priced everything off using less costly but reliable solutions and it came out to about $130.



SNAP ON KIT:
T72 Ratchet (1/4" drive)
TM5 Sliding T-Handle (1/4" drive) – used with 1/4" drive sockets
TMBS8A Magnetic Bit Holder (1/4" drive)
TMXK4 4" Long Knurled Extension (1/4" drive)
TA3 1/4" drive Female to 3/8" drive Male Adaptor
S9706KRA 5/8" Spark Plug Socket (3/8" drive)
S9704KA 13/16" Spark Plug Socket (3/8" drive)
1/4" Drive FLANK DRIVE® 6 Point Sockets:
•TM8 6 Point Socket (1/4")
•TM10 6 Point Socket (5/16")
•TM12 6 Point Socket (3/8") – cable adjustment
•TM14 6 Point Socket (7/16") – saddlebag adjustment
•TM16 6 Point Socket )1/2") – clutch cable, mirrors and pinch bolts
•TM18 6 Point Socket (9/16") – belt adjustment and clutch cable
SDM3708 Hex Bit (1/8") – Rear brake master cylinder
SDM3710 Hex Bit (5/32") – handle bar controls)
SDM3712 Hex Bit (3/16") – miscellaneous covers
SDM3714 Hex Bit (7/32") – clutch pressure plate adjustment
SDM3716 Hex Bit (1/4")
SDMA4720 Hex Bit (5/16") – air cleaner cover and filter, rear passenger foot plate, brake caliper remover
SDMA4724 Hex Bit (3/8") – for transmission dip stick
SDMTA45 TORX® Bit (T45) – rear rotors
SDMTA40 TORX® Bit (T40) – gas tank removal, primary drain plug removal and battery hold down
SDMT420 TORX® Bit (T20)
SDMT427 TORX® Bit – outer fairing, ignition switch cap and housing, control lever fasteners, derby cover housing and chain cover inspection
SDMT425 TORX® Bit (T25) – used on switches plus clutch and derby covers
SDMT430 TORX® Bit (T30) – used on switches plus clutch and derby covers
SDMT415 TORX® Bit (T15) – handle bars
SDM522A Phillips® Bit (#2) – mirrors, master cylinder, ignition switch button, seat removal, turn signal light lens and head light replacement
SDM516A Small Slotted Bit – mirrors, master cylinder, ignition switch button, seat removal, turn signal light lens and head light replacement
SDM519A Large Slotted Bit – miscellaneous adjustments
FB361A Spark Plug Gap Tool –
OEXM10B Battery Cable Wrench (10mm)
GAJ8A Adjustable Wrench (8")
PAK562430 Kit Bag
$320
 

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This is the tool kit I carry. Though I added a few wrenches and torx bits.
 

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Are any of you guys carrying tool kits with you? I am a Snap On Tools junkie and looked at their tool kit but don't really want to spend $320. I'm thinking about leaving it for xmas or copying everything in the kit and building my own. If anyone is interested I priced everything off using less costly but reliable solutions and it came out to about $130.



SNAP ON KIT:
T72 Ratchet (1/4" drive)
TM5 Sliding T-Handle (1/4" drive) – used with 1/4" drive sockets
TMBS8A Magnetic Bit Holder (1/4" drive)
TMXK4 4" Long Knurled Extension (1/4" drive)
TA3 1/4" drive Female to 3/8" drive Male Adaptor
S9706KRA 5/8" Spark Plug Socket (3/8" drive)
S9704KA 13/16" Spark Plug Socket (3/8" drive)
1/4" Drive FLANK DRIVE® 6 Point Sockets:
•TM8 6 Point Socket (1/4")
•TM10 6 Point Socket (5/16")
•TM12 6 Point Socket (3/8") – cable adjustment
•TM14 6 Point Socket (7/16") – saddlebag adjustment
•TM16 6 Point Socket )1/2") – clutch cable, mirrors and pinch bolts
•TM18 6 Point Socket (9/16") – belt adjustment and clutch cable
SDM3708 Hex Bit (1/8") – Rear brake master cylinder
SDM3710 Hex Bit (5/32") – handle bar controls)
SDM3712 Hex Bit (3/16") – miscellaneous covers
SDM3714 Hex Bit (7/32") – clutch pressure plate adjustment
SDM3716 Hex Bit (1/4")
SDMA4720 Hex Bit (5/16") – air cleaner cover and filter, rear passenger foot plate, brake caliper remover
SDMA4724 Hex Bit (3/8") – for transmission dip stick
SDMTA45 TORX® Bit (T45) – rear rotors
SDMTA40 TORX® Bit (T40) – gas tank removal, primary drain plug removal and battery hold down
SDMT420 TORX® Bit (T20)
SDMT427 TORX® Bit – outer fairing, ignition switch cap and housing, control lever fasteners, derby cover housing and chain cover inspection
SDMT425 TORX® Bit (T25) – used on switches plus clutch and derby covers
SDMT430 TORX® Bit (T30) – used on switches plus clutch and derby covers
SDMT415 TORX® Bit (T15) – handle bars
SDM522A Phillips® Bit (#2) – mirrors, master cylinder, ignition switch button, seat removal, turn signal light lens and head light replacement
SDM516A Small Slotted Bit – mirrors, master cylinder, ignition switch button, seat removal, turn signal light lens and head light replacement
SDM519A Large Slotted Bit – miscellaneous adjustments
FB361A Spark Plug Gap Tool –
OEXM10B Battery Cable Wrench (10mm)
GAJ8A Adjustable Wrench (8")
PAK562430 Kit Bag
$320
I am waiting the delivery of my bike and it never occurred to me to check on the tool kit. Is it a standard issue or at an extra cost? If at an extra cost, then I must say you have done us all a nice favour with your post, as we can build our own at a lesser cost.
 

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I am waiting the delivery of my bike and it never occurred to me to check on the tool kit. Is it a standard issue or at an extra cost? If at an extra cost, then I must say you have done us all a nice favour with your post, as we can build our own at a lesser cost.
No problem, the kit is a separate purchase from Snap-On Tools but Harley does sell kits at most stores that are made by Bahco (A Snap-On owned company).
I built the kit on Amazon myself for around $130. It was mainly Tekton/Sunex with a little Husky and Kobalt mixed in. I usually only buy American made tools but for this I would go for a reliable kit that's pieced together.
 

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To answer your question Ayedee. The Harley Street doesn't come with any type of tools,.... period. And if you made a tool kit for it you will also need a bag of some sort to put it in because there are no available spaces on the Street to place a tool kit.
 

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A11am3r1can do you have a list of the parts you purchased on Amazon that you could post? I have a small kit but after looking at this believe I need to upgrade it a little.

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To answer your question Ayedee. The Harley Street doesn't come with any type of tools,.... period. And if you made a tool kit for it you will also need a bag of some sort to put it in because there are no available spaces on the Street to place a tool kit.
I was thinking of trying to come up with a kit that would fit under the seat between the upper fender and the lower fender . i have me owners manual there now , or in the tube under the center of the seat.
 
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