Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Sunny Southern California
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Even if your list seems big to some, in this day and age it is not a particularly expensive prospect to get every item on the list.
Real "good" tools will always be expensive. Workable tools that are good enough are cheap enough to get. Even the air compressor can be had for $40 (just look at the Harbor Freight ad in the back of the motorcycle mags).
If you want to just get started with your oil changes, the wrenches, sockets and rags will get you going . . . and the funnel of course.
If you have all the stuff on the list, there is a lot of things you can do and you won't have to stop while you are working to get the tool you are missing.
Something that can't be bought: actual hands-on skill at using these tools. You will have to acquire that from experience.
. . . It's pointless to race between Starbucks', around here they are 300 yards apart!