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Old 07-27-2015, 07:11 PM   #1
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What Are These Items?

I found these items in my owner's manuals suitcase:

This looks like a filter wrench, but for which filter if so?
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This one has me bumfuzzled. It's a flimsy piece of plastic that looks like some sort of shroud. I'm tempted to power putty it to the wall to protect the front thermistor that reads the super hot temps from the driver side window (I'm still working on a decent-looking fix for that):
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The first picture is the tool that will remove the center cap on the rear wheels. Google Ultimate Hub Tool. The second item looks like a visor used on the Rand McNally GPS.

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Old 07-27-2015, 07:18 PM   #3
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I belive you are correct #1 looks like a filter wrench #2 I belive is a sun shield for the back up cam screen.
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I haven't seen the first one in anything on our coach ('11 Ventana) but may not have had one. I was trying to come up with what the 2nd one was for just yesterday. Mystery solved. Thanks!
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Filter wrench for the water filter
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The bottom one is a sun visor for the backup camera.
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I looked in my black box and the water filter wrench is white.
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The water filter wrench is white and is configured a little differently. The black one removes the large nut that holds the rear hubcaps on. Remember the hubcaps have left and right threads.

The other piece, visor, helps with the back up camera.
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Judging the size with reference to the gravel in the photo, I'd say that plastic "wrench" is way too small for a water filter. Like was mentioned it looks more like a hub wrench to take off the hub covers.
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I agree with Mr. JP
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The first picture is the tool that will remove the center cap on the rear wheels. Google Ultimate Hub Tool. The second item looks like a visor used on the Rand McNally GPS.

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Agree, the one item is to remove the center cap - on our coach (Spartan chassis) on the steer and tag axles.
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The water filter wrench is white and is configured a little differently. The black one removes the large nut that holds the rear hubcaps on. Remember the hubcaps have left and right threads.

The other piece, visor, helps with the back up camera.
Thanks. I had not figured out the black wrench.
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