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Old 09-17-2022, 02:47 AM   #127
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LOL, is it on the left side of the box? I bet that you have that box full to the brim.
well, it really doesn't have many tools in it, mostly supplies. an assortment of screws nuts bolts, spare parts such as coolant sensor, shift sensor, fuses, ckt trackers, OBD scanner, rope, parachute cord, chewing tobacco, OD green duct tape, switches. i'm sure there's more.. :-)
on the other side in the electrical panel compartment is more fuses, wire, test lights, moving blanket, chair, etc...
when I sold my first DP motorhome I unloaded 17 storage bins of parts. I like to keep a spare starter, alt, water pump. usually when those fail you can find someone to put it on, but it's days / weeks to get it delivered. so with those onboard, it's a few hours delay, not days weeks. ...
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Old 09-18-2022, 03:16 AM   #128
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well, it really doesn't have many tools in it, mostly supplies. an assortment of screws nuts bolts, spare parts such as coolant sensor, shift sensor, fuses, ckt trackers, OBD scanner, rope, parachute cord, chewing tobacco, OD green duct tape, switches. i'm sure there's more.. :-)
on the other side in the electrical panel compartment is more fuses, wire, test lights, moving blanket, chair, etc...
when I sold my first DP motorhome I unloaded 17 storage bins of parts. I like to keep a spare starter, alt, water pump. usually when those fail you can find someone to put it on, but it's days / weeks to get it delivered. so with those onboard, it's a few hours delay, not days weeks. ...

Man ^^^^ bring back old memories I remember when I was a kid back in the 60's when my cousin and my grandfather was dipping stuff and chewing tobacco, lol, I think at that time they use to like preach favor.

Look like that you are ready for everything and anything and that's the way to be, I would hate to being in the middle of nowhere and break down and not having the tool to fix whatever things come up. It's good to see all of the toolboxes that rv'er have I am taken notes of all of it so thank you guys.
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