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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-13-2008, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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What do you carry for spare parts on long rides. The stuff that can be fixed tierods???
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Fuel filter, fuel pump, coil, spark plug, cdi, fuses, tire plugs.
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I dont carry anything.... I jsut ride with guys that do.... LOL.

The only thing that I carry is a belt zip tied to my frame under the hood, my stock CDI in the battery box, and recently I started carrying an extra axle nut....

The only issue that I have ever had on the trail was an axle nut. I have close to 4000 miles on my Rhino and the axle nut is the only problem on the trails. Luckily another guy on the ride (Thanks Cameron) had a spare axle nut.

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What do you carry for spare parts on long rides. The stuff that can be fixed tierods???
I carry a fuel pump, plug, fuel filter and a can of fix a flat, and a fire extinguisher for when i go down in a blaze of glory...and a tow strap

it would suck to have to change a belt out in the wild..........sucks doing it in the garage

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complete set of tie rods,axle nut,stock cdi..guess I better get a belt too..

Ninja police ????Y Hope you Got a Ninja warrant.... ...
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I bring spare beer in case I run out



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