I see a bunch on performance and nashbar, etc. but I wanted to get the advice of someone who knows firsthand. I would like to use some time during winter to work on my mountain bike and have it ready to tour by next spring. I'm thinking that if I do it all myself then I'll be more knowledgeable about repairs when I'm on the road.
Here are a couple things I'd like to do with the bike (Trek 820, rigid fork):
Repack / replace BB
New rear derailer
Replace grip shifters
New brake pads
(Possibly) install clipless pedals
I might just take the whole thing apart and put it back together anyway, because then I'll know how to install the things that don't need replacing just yet. I will probably replace parts with the used gear my LBS has, it's good, and it's cheap.
Should I go for a kit, or should I just pick out the tools I need for my bike? I'd like to try not to spend more than $50-100 on tools.