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Old 07-27-2014, 10:15 AM   #15
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Did anyone say mini compressor with 150 PSI.
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Old 07-27-2014, 12:58 PM   #16
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Along with the high limit credit card, also include Coachnet membership.
What coachnet ?
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Old 07-27-2014, 01:31 PM   #17
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Did anyone say mini compressor with 150 PSI.
Got one! Have carried one of those for about 5 years now. Carry a couple of small, 12 inch long stack-able plastic trays of assorted tools and a Ryobi cordless drill and charger. Thought I was carrying a bit much until a guy with a 45 ft tag axle Prevost pulled up to me in a park and he had an entire storage bay occupied by one very large Craftsman multi drawer tool box mounted on a large slide tray.
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What coachnet ?
It's a RV Roadside Assistance Plan. Here's the link to the website.

Home Page - Coach-Net.com
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Set of spare belts, Serpentine, AC. Couple spare Fuel Filters if you should pick up a load of bad fuel.
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Old 07-27-2014, 02:15 PM   #20
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If you have an older rv you will need a clutch head screwdriver......
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Lots of what's been already mentioned....plus adjustable wrenches, grease, extra wheel bearings, zip ties, voltage meter, I guess a lot of stuff, both in the 5er and the truck
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NYtravelers Welcome to Irv2

You might want to enter your RV info in your signature, so we know what rig you are talking about.
I would never use "Tire Plugs" in any of my tires, I value my family and RV way to much to take a chance on a stop gap measure. They just don't work with todays radial tires.
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Old 07-27-2014, 04:34 PM   #23
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NYtravelers Welcome to Irv2

You might want to enter your RV info in your signature, so we know what rig you are talking about.
I would never use "Tire Plugs" in any of my tires, I value my family and RV way to much to take a chance on a stop gap measure. They just don't work with todays radial tires.
Just about to purchase one, have it narrowed down to a few we like and within the next few weeks will have it posted when we buy.

As for the plugs. i have many trailers i use them on, i am a heavy equipment operator, and they save me a ton of money. I have never had one blow out, if you do it correctly it will last as long as the tire will. Of course using a good plug kit is essential but i have used it on my low boy, and tag along as well as my ten wheeler. For smaller nail holes its a no brainer and for larger ones use a vulcanized tire plug. Like you i value my family but i learned how to patch well instead of just wasting money.
And they do work well with today's tires, they are made specifically for them, just not the wal mart patch or plug, get a real set as they use at a truck stop or tire store.
Been in construction for 30 years, they work excellent and are safe, safer in most cases then recaps
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I keep enough tools to loan to Mobil repair guy.
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It's a RV Roadside Assistance Plan. Here's the link to the website.

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Duck tape, WD40, and a hammer.
It it moves but it's not supposed to; duck tape.
If it doesn't move but is supposed to; WD40
If assembling something and the part doesn't fit, us the hammer.
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All of what's mentioned.....really

I also have a 3/4 drive set, along with big wrenches.

4' pipe just fits the 3/4 breaker bar.

various rivets & gun

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I can tell you what's not in my tool chest: The right size wrench and the right style of screwdriver. Every time I go into it, I'm missing some tool badly needed, and it's off to Harbor Freight for a cheap replacement.

I blame it all on my daughter, as she's the professional bicycle racer and mechanic.
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