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Old 06-12-2013, 03:11 PM   #43
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Along with the HenWay (as mentioned earlier), I carry a HammerFor and they fix most everything and don't take up much space.
For the big jobs I pull out the muffler grease, wire stretchers, and prop wash.
To add, I never leave home without a fresh set of muffler bearings.

I was wondering how long it was going to take. I am also very surprised no one has asked yet.

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To add, I never leave home without a fresh set of muffler bearings.

I was wondering how long it was going to take. I am also very surprised no one has asked yet.

I hope you got the chrome muffler bearings the unplated ones just don't last!
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Old 06-12-2013, 04:11 PM   #46
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I hope you got the chrome muffler bearings the unplated ones just don't last!
I second that! I like to keep an extra set of piston return springs and absolutely never leave home with a Johnson rod.
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Old 06-12-2013, 04:19 PM   #47
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Along with the HenWay (as mentioned earlier), I carry a HammerFor and they fix most everything and don't take up much space.
For the big jobs I pull out the muffler grease, wire stretchers, and prop wash.
OK quert66, I'll play the straight guy, what's a Henway?? My FIL's favorite joke!
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Genuine Victorinox Swiss army knife and a Fluke digital multimeter

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I'm onto my second Victorinox in 30 years... Lost the first one. Don't go for any cheap imitations, they won't last 5 minutes. The genuine article will last forever.

My Fluke is over 20 years old and still works flawlessly. Don't remember what I paid for it.
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This may have been mentioned but I seldom go anywhere without my Leatherman. Great tool to have handy in addition to other basic tools.

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Do you bring the debit card just in case you run out of whiskey and beer?
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