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Old 12-27-2007, 05:57 AM   #1
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I am a new DP owner 2002 Endeavor 330 ISC. I Just joined the forum, the forum members has already been very helpful. What spare parts do most of you take with you when you travel, in case of emergency on the road. Thanks Roy
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I am a new DP owner 2002 Endeavor 330 ISC. I Just joined the forum, the forum members has already been very helpful. What spare parts do most of you take with you when you travel, in case of emergency on the road. Thanks Roy
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Old 12-27-2007, 06:37 AM   #3
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Welcome to the Monaco Forum. While you cannot plan for all breakdowns I try to be prepared for the most common and carry the following:

Primary and Secondary fuel filters
Main engine belt
AC belt
Gallon of engine oil
2 gallons of antifreeze
2 gallons of distilled water
Rubber rainsuit
Gloves
Mechanics rags
Handcleaner
silicon spray
Lithium spray
Air hose and chuck
Various PEX plumbing fittings
Extra nylon fittings for water heater
Fuses for both AC and chassis
Electrical connectors, splices, wire
Small assortment of light bulbs
Voltmeter
Extension cord with shop light
2 LED shop lights
gooseneck LED flashlight
Pretty extensive set of tools - usual suspects
assortment of screws, bolts, etc
Folding ladder
Foot ladder


While some of the items are a little on the heavy side the Endeavor has plenty of CCC. I also converted the compartment behind the curbside basement which is large enough to store most of the items. I store the folding step ladder above the propane tank with some hangers. For the oil and messy stuff I bought a large plastic container and store it on the roadside basement.

Others will have additional ideas and I'm always looking for more "stuff" to carry.

hope that helps
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Primary and Secondary fuel filters
Main engine belt
AC belt
Gallon of engine oil
2 gallons of antifreeze
2 gallons of distilled water
Rubber rainsuit
Gloves
Mechanics rags
Handcleaner
silicon spray
Lithium spray
Air hose and chuck
Various PEX plumbing fittings
Extra nylon fittings for water heater
Fuses for both AC and chassis
Electrical connectors, splices, wire
Small assortment of light bulbs
Voltmeter
Extension cord with shop light
2 LED shop lights
gooseneck LED flashlight
Pretty extensive set of tools - usual suspects
assortment of screws, bolts, etc
Folding ladder
Foot ladder

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Old 12-28-2007, 07:57 AM   #6
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Just want to reiterate the fuel filter thing, coming back from far East Texas on our first outing in the '06 Beaver, a sudden loss of power led to lots of manual reading... noticed the bold print that said "Be sure to carry a spare fuel filter at all times, because a clogged one can ruin your whole trip". Yep... we couldn't find one anywhere along the way, so had to travel about 700 miles at a top speed of 45mph. Tony was not happy (he likes his power!). We always carry a spare now.
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Amen, Brenda and Tony. Heard of more than one ruined trip.
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