I have made two trips to harbor freight this week, I am all covered.
Every time I needed to do something and was missing something while working on the bike this week, I just added it to the shopping list.
Now, anything that got touched by my hands this week, it going to be packed into that little tool bag I found at Harbor Freight. It is about 12 inches long, about 6-7 inches wide and 8 inches tall.... holds every thing that I have used....
1/4 inch socket set, 3/8 inch deep socket set, both in Metric.
I had ratchets galore before I started, just nothing to put on them.... somehow, the ex-stepson managed to get most of my tools back in Arizona.... I don't feel bad at all, that he is getting 3 free meals and a cot for the next 15 years...
anyway, I have enough to damn near overhaul a Goldwing.
If it was needed, it is going to get packed. That is what trailers are for.
I even bought a little plastic parts kit thing, and put in some miscellaneous crimp terminals, a pack of heat shrink, some 3M #88 electrical tape, and my Sargent crimping tool.
Everything that has been mentioned in this thread, is in my kit... I think even Mr. Dave Ogden would be able to work on a Goldwing just fine with the stuff I am hauling