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Old 03-24-2017, 09:53 PM   #15
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A large trailer behind your unit to carry everything suggested above <grin>.


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Beside all the normal stuff (like quality dump and fresh water hose(s) and assorted kitchen and bath accessories), we are pretty DIY savvy...so:

1. Our RV IS FULL of Robertson Screws-
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Had to get a Robertson driver, because despite being kinda' compatible with a Phillips, if it's REALLY tight the driver slip using of a Phillips.

2. Circuit tester-
12V and 110V. Really helps with lots of simple diagnosis.

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A fold up ladder
Duct tape. (If it moves and it shouldn't)
WD40 (if it doesn't move and it should)

Take your time, your going to find lots of toys as you go, and if you buy it all now, you won't have room for the rest!
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You won't need what you need until you need it. Otherwise, you will overload your coach.
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