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Old 06-13-2013, 03:03 PM   #57
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What is the bfh...I think it ends with hammer...right??
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Old 06-13-2013, 03:05 PM   #58
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Old 06-13-2013, 03:14 PM   #59
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Your own backyard oil well so you can pay for all the diesel we burn. Really is out of control. OH !!!!! the BFH is also required. Digital voltmeter, jumper cables, a spare tire and rim if you have space for one, a small set of jumper wires with alligator clips and a big roll of 1000 mph tape. These few things will help with many problems. Serpintine belt for my CAT 330 and a checkbook so I can buy another injection pump!!!!!!!
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Old 06-13-2013, 03:21 PM   #60
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Surprised nobody mentioned WD40 and Duct Tape.

If it don't move and should WD
If it moves and should not Duct Tape
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What is the bfh...I think it ends with hammer...right??
BFH
B is for "Big" and you got H is for "Hammer"

So can you guess what "F" is for?
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Surprised nobody mentioned WD40 and Duct Tape.

If it don't move and should WD
If it moves and should not Duct Tape
That why I mentioned 1000 mph tape. Does the same job, just costs more...
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BFH
B is for "Big" and you got H is for "Hammer"

So can you guess what "F" is for?
My guess it is "freaking" or "funky" or "friendly". Have fun......You are going to spend a long time in that box......
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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.
Stop it you .
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I think a vivid imagination is most important, we are all finding unique ways of fixing S$$%T on our trips. I can fix anything with what I have as long as my vivid imagination is intact.
Oh yes I would say throat lubricant is necessary but that can be found anywhere on our paths.
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I was going to say the same thing
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