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Travel Kit List

September 26, 2010 | Safety & Driving

By Lawrence Wilkinson

This spares/tools list might be a bit over-the-top depending on what you're planning to do. The toolkit doesn't include the obvious spanners [wrenches], sockets, etc.

Parts

  • Complete distributor, with clamp, timed and ready to go (or points, condenser, rotor, cap)
  • 2 generator bearings and brushes
  • Generator pulley, hub, nut, shims, 2 woodruff keys, and 2 fan belts
  • 1 inner and outer front wheel bearing and grease seal
  • Several spark plugs and a couple of wires (or at least the longest one) + connectors
  • Spare coil + coil lead
  • Voltage regulator
  • Fuel pump (and socket wrench to remove it) or fuel pump diaphragm [consider an electric fuel pump as a spare
  • Fuel filter
  • Some throttle linkage pieces
  • Anti-vibration rubber connection in the throttle linkage (T6)
  • Spare clutch cable with related nuts & fittings
  • Fuses and bulbs
  • Exhaust valve + spring + keepers
  • Valve cover gaskets (2)
  • Valve adjusting screw
  • Sump gasket
  • Oil drain plug
  • Oil filter gasket

Consumables

  • Gloves and rags
  • Nuts, bolts and bits and pieces
  • Bottle of oil
  • 3 ft. of fuel line + clamps
  • Some epoxy
  • Tube of super glue
  • Roll of electrical tape
  • Length of mechanics wire
  • Some sort of strong solvent
  • A bunch of nylon ties

Tools

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Tom Meighan
April 27, 2011 at 6:47 PM
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Tom Meighan
April 27, 2011 at 6:47 PM
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