Beyond the basic metric wrenches/sockets/hex tools that address fasteners, here's what I'd consider essentials:
Air compressor & impact wrench, inflation guns, blow-gun tool, etc.
Bike lift (ATV-style or bench lift)...center stand at the minimum.
Set of metric impact drivers & socket-style hex drivers.
Manometer (homemade one works great)
Quality multi-meter & test probes.
Wire stripper/crimper and connectors.
Good set of needle-nose & long reach pliers.
Vice grips, clamp & normal style.
Large breaker bar.
Torque wrenches (1/4, 3/8 and 1/2)
Swingarm tool (can grind a socket to make)
Long reach screwdriver (for boots and clamps)
Filter wrench (rubber strap style works if you can't find a cap-style)
Oil changing tools (collector, long funnel)
Large & small punches & drifts (for bearings, etc.)
Rubber mallet & delrin hammer.
Bearing & race driver (Harbor Freight sells a great small kit that will service most of the Strom's bearings, they also sell a blind bearing puller that's handy).
43mm fork seal driver (Tusk brand from RockyMountainATV.com is cheap and works great).
Fork oil tool (cow-syringe with tubing works too)
Micrometer & Caliper (did I mention Harbor Freight yet? hehe)
Magnetic grabber tool, small inspection mirror.
Spark plug socket (16mm, IIRC)
Lots of Belray waterproof grease
Hmmm...there's probably more but that will knock out most everything I can think of or have done.
I'm not a Wee rider, so some things might be slightly different but most stuff works on both bikes. BTW, glad to see another Ohio Strom owner! Welcome.
Never met a dog I didn't like, a machine I couldn't break, or a woman I couldn't tick off.
Last edited by swingset; 04-20-2010 at 12:31 AM.