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    I am looking for a small set of tools to carry in your pwc if I have to do some emergency repairs. which of these two brands do you recommend?

    http://www.amazon.es/Hazet-856-1-Jue...keywords=hazet

    http://www.amazon.es/Facom-RL-NANOU-...rds=facom+nano

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    I just carry a 10mm box wrench, flat head screw driver, pliers, and small crescent wrench in addition to my wrench/allen key for the RRFPR. if you need more than that, its probably not something you are gona fix on the water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Impulses View Post
    I am looking for a small set of tools to carry in your pwc if I have to do some emergency repairs. which of these two brands do you recommend?

    http://www.amazon.es/Hazet-856-1-Jue...keywords=hazet

    http://www.amazon.es/Facom-RL-NANOU-...rds=facom+nano

    thanks !!O
    Those are very expensive. I get the cheap stuff in case it gets lost or stolen. You can replace it many times over if it goes bad and still be in it for less than those kits in the links.

    http://www.harborfreight.com/52-piec...35338-568.html

    http://www.harborfreight.com/33-piec...set-68459.html

    and then get a couple wrenches

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    These are priceless if and when you suck something up and need to get it out in order to save your day on the water.

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    This set goes on sale from time to time. to about $30 or so I use this and it's pretty nice/has everything I need/fits in the GTI front compartment.

    http://www.westmarine.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?productId=230671&catalogId=10001&la ngId=-1&storeId=11151&storeNum=50218&subdeptNum=50251&cl assNum=50254#.Uqnp9_RDtyU

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    I really like the spare tool kit that came with one of my RXT 215s. It straps under the rear seat. In fact I would like to know where I can get a second one for my other ski. Dealership? Anyone have one they want to sell?

    Ryan

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