Best Roadside Toolkit For Motorcycle

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The Stockton Roadside Toolkit – best toolkit for motorcycle

When you’re out on the road you’re going to need a good tool kit that’s a step up from the one that your motorcycle came with. The goal is to try and have as many tools with you as you can and be prepared without having to give up a lot of space.

That’s what the Stockton Roadside tool kit aims to do here – Give you a lot of tools to work with for just about any scenario in the most compact space they can.

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This toolkit comes in either metric and SAE (standard) tool sizes. The number and type of tools in both the standard and metric toolkits are the same.

Although this toolkit is a bit bigger than I would prefer, I’ve never felt like I’ve given up a bunch of space to it in my saddlebag. It sits in a nice spot that has easy access for me, out of site out mind. It fits very nicely in my left side bag on my Goldwing with no issues and travels really nice.

Stockton Tool Company – Roadside Tool Kit

The tools are arranged in a roll up organizer that has plenty of goodies in it. Although its not compact like most tool kits that come with your bike, it fits into just about any saddle or storage area on a motorcycle.

While this is not a ‘Snap-on’ tool set, this set has just about everything you’ll need roadside and chances are is far more complete than the OEM toolkit that came with your motorcycle.

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Plenty of good stuff in here… Most of my roadside repairs have been repairing my wife’s helmet or helping other riders and other small tasks. Thankfully, I haven’t had to use it on my bike, but it’s good to know that I have enough tools when the time comes.

Here’s what you get in your toolkit:

Combination wrench

Allen set ball end

3/8” drive sockets

Torx wrench set

Locking pliers

6” adjustable wrench

3/8” drive ratchet wrench

3/8” drive socket extension

3/8” drive spark plug socket (thin wall)

Phillips screwdriver

Slotted screwdriver

Pliers

Needle nose pliers

Towel

Mechanics safety wire

Electrical wire

Tire Gauge

Electrical tape

Blade Fuse (5, 7.5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30)

Mini blade fuse (3, 5, 7.5, 10, 15, 20)

Cable ties

Fuel hose

Did you buy your bike used?

Check to see if the toolkit is even there! When buying a used motorcycle nobody thinks about whether or not the toolkit is even there… until you need it.

If it’s not, no worries.

The Stockton tool kit is far more complete and a good replacement.

For a motorcycle roadside toolkit, you’d be hard pressed to find a kit with more goodies in it in the price range this toolkit is in.