10 Second Club
Damn I don't plan on rebuilding it, haha. You carry a lot of shit.Holy crap, you're finally buying one. I would get a toolbox of some sort and fill that. Wire cutters, wire, electrical tape, zip ties, spark plug deep socket/extensions, extra spark plugs, gap tool, screw drivers, nut drivers wrenches, various pliers, loc tite, anti sieze, silicone, etc. That's what I use the most.
True, might look into the tray tool box thing then, with an open top to put stuff in.It's really not that much stuff. It all fits in one tool box. The thing is you could have used half that stuff the night we were at Cecil. It's better to have all that stuff than to be stuck at the track because your O2 wiring melted on the exhaust and you forgot to bring a zip tie and some electrical tape. Or say your radiator hose blows off and now you need a hose clamp and a nut driver. It's all cheap insurance.
I've never had a problem with any of my Craftsman ratchets. Been using the same one for probably about 8 years now and never a slip unless I was holding it wrong and hit the lever to reverse direction. I have used a few other brands that had different teeth counts that allowed for an easier time in tight places, but isn't one of those things that comes up enough for me to worry about.thats a pretty good deal. i just bought a blue-point 1/4 drive set for $105. the only prob i have w/ craftsman is their ratchets. they wear out and start slipping after a couple months. they also dont have as many teeth as the blue point/snap on which can be a bitch at times. also, make sure that whatever kit you buy comes with 6pt sockets instead of 12. less likely to strip your shit.
Haha, I wish, way to much luxury. I need a Roll bar first. Have a feeling they will boot me pretty quickly this weekend.