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    Quote Originally Posted by streetsurfer View Post
    Thanks sir! That's what I've had in mind. A kit like motorcycles come with - although, with higher quality tools.
    That's what got me started was the idea of a motorcycle tool bag because limited space means not carrying tools you won't need. I'm going to be piecing together an initial set from Harbor Freight because I don't want to break up my regular tool sets for the car. I looked a few tool rolls and find the ones on Amazon tend to be bigger than I likely need just to keep in the car so I think I'm going to get the Kriega Tool Roll



    I also picked up this Rola organizer for the hatch space http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000E7YP7I which is waiting for me at home today so I can post pics of the fit later. They make a slightly larger one that won't fit our hatch space so this will leave me some space leftover for grocery bags and such. My goal is to use one section of the Rola for the tool roll and mini detailing kit (more on that one later) and just have the rest for whatever storage I need to keep things from rolling around.

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    One thing I recommend carrying is a tire repair kit. I keep it strapped to the air compressor under the seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaDawg View Post
    I'd ensure the 17mm was a 6 point socket.
    I would ensure they are all 6 point sockets. If the bolt is 6 point, the socket should be too.

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    Good to know, I need to put together a small toolkit. I had one of those Autozone kits for awhile about 7 years ago till I realized it was all english and my Scion xB was all metric. That Scion could be disassembled with a 10mm socket and phillips screw driver!

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    if you ever swap out your downpipe get a ratcheting 10mm box wrench and then the heat shield is a 9mm i just did mine (heat shield pain in the ass)

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