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Old 10-03-2014, 01:24 PM   #15
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May be I missed it, but a moisture meter. I think the Acryl-R and caulk have been mentioned for possible use after using the moisture meter.

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Old 10-03-2014, 01:59 PM   #16
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What 75thBambi said, minus a few things, but more than I need because:

What Twinkie58 said.

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Old 10-03-2014, 02:43 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by 75TH BAMBI View Post
Oh God...

Growing up camping with my parents years ago, we ALWAYS broke down no matter what rig we had. So, I'm accustomed to having damn near everything you could ever possibly need on the road.

Extra Mobil-1 oil
Spare Mobil-1 75/90 gear oil for rear end and filling funnel
Extra funnel
Extra Distilled Water
Extra Coolant (old fashioned Prestone)
Extra brake fluid/clutch fluid (Motul RBF600)
Turkey baster (for flushing hydraulic clutch if needed)
Hitch grease/axle grease
Extra air bags for truck (even though I don't use them)
Original Bilstein rear shocks for SSR (I have Monroe Airshocks but you never know!)
Extra coolant overflow tank (GM quality known to split at the seams)
Jumper Cables 2 gauge
Two socket sets
Full tool box
Spare tire for truck (didn't come originally with a spare)
Tie-wraps/zip ties
Stainless screws, nuts, bolts, washers, finishing washers
91% alcohol
Full assortment of polishing and cleaning and washing supplies and towels
Volt meter
Soldering iron/solder/electrical tape/various connectors
Spare roll of 10g wire
Spare string
Hat lights
Bicycle locks
Wheel chocks
Leveling blocks, plastic and wood
Aluminum hydraulic jack
Extra tranny fluid
K&N cleaning kit
120v tester/amp reader
Stainless cleaner
Foaming window cleaner
Scott Towels
Latex gloves
Extra hubcaps (they tend to come off even when RTV'd)
MAF cleaner
Toilet chemical
Extra hitch parts/pins/ball socket
Trailer wiring converters (just in case I have to tow something else)
Aluminum Stepladder
Extra throw rug/mat
Extra tire pressure gauges
Air compressor
Extra fuses
Bug spray
Bubble levels
Bungee Cords (mostly to keep the drawers and fridge closed)
Rubber tie-down straps
Minidisc player/minidiscs
Bottle of Seafoam
Full assortment of rags and towels
Jewelers screwdriver set
Wood glue
RTV/3M clear marine silicone adhesive
Extra belts
Dielectric grease
Lugwrench/socket set
Electric impact wrench
Extra hoses
Bottle of Redline Water Wetter for radiator (just in case)
Extra hoseclamps

...and on this last trip I forgot the damn 30 to 20 amp adapter. Gak.

Just let me know where you are camping and I will just be like that neighbor . . . "Say, have you got a spare what's-it's?"

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Old 10-03-2014, 02:49 PM   #18
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A shovel, just in case I pack it in on some lonely stretch of highway somewhere and the wife doesn't want to drag my carcass to town, (cause I'll stink up the coach).

Oh and a pair of gloves cause God forbid she gets her hands dirty.

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Old 10-03-2014, 03:23 PM   #19
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A full Blown Snap-On 7 drawer tool box with god only knows what all from socket sets to drills to cordless drills and I still buy tools..You would think I would have one of everything now but I guess I'm just a "tool junky" --- I hate to have to ask around for tools I don't have. --- I also carry a battery charger that I have Needed a couple of times -- somebody (Guess Who) didn't close the drivers door all the way on the TV and the interior lights burned (most of the night)...Just pack as many tools as you can -- you might need them someday -- Countrysong
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Old 10-09-2014, 12:59 PM   #20
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Murphy's second law states that "Whatever goes wrong next will require a tool not yet in the kit".
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Old 10-09-2014, 01:11 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Gearheart View Post
Murphy's second law states that "Whatever goes wrong next will require a tool not yet in the kit".
And a part that's only available by special order.

But seriously, my number-one tool is a Gerber multi-tool. Multi-tools are never the best tool for the job, but they beat having no tool at all for the job.
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Old 10-09-2014, 03:08 PM   #22
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I need to up my game in the toolbox department, but right now there's stuff like a spare cap for the water fill, a voltmeter, a variety of electrical connectors, wire and tape, some plumbers tape, duct tape, locking pliers, vise grips and a small hammer. Also a copper pipe-cutter and some spare sharkbite connectors for Pex, and tucked away in the trailer is a long piece of pex, just in case something happens on the road. Oh and of course a rivet tool and a variety of rivets. A multi-tip screwdriver, and a leatherman multi-tool. I think that's it. It all fits in a small box.

I feel like I still won't have whatever I need next!


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