I like to be prepared on the trail, but I finally realized that the massive pack of supplies I carried was retarding my progress as a rider. I’m too paranoid to jettison everything, but I have winnowed things down until my Zac-Speed chest protector/backpack totals 14 pounds. That includes all tools and spares and a full drink system. In the process of minimizing I realized I carry a 24mm wrench from some old Japanese bike tool kit, and it only fits the preload adjusters on the WP fork of my KTM. It doesn’t take much to turn the adjusters, so I didn’t need a heavy-duty wrench. It was a box-type wrench, but I run push-button fork bleeders, and the full circle didn’t fit. I cut the top off the wrench to clear the bleeders and save weight, then drilled the handle out. It isn’t as light as the titanium Motion Pro wrenches in the pack, but it is pretty light and just enough tool for the job.