Originally Posted by Hoglou
A friendly suggestion from a biker. only use the tool bag that you (develop) carry in the rv. add and subtract to it. its a hoot to see someone on an ultra HD with torx and sockets that dont fit anything on the bike. i would focus on parts and not tools, like 15 amp blade fuses and a spare water filter housing. things that will send you home or to the hotel..
can you take your hw element out without going to the garage?
Hoglou brings up a very good point. Bring what you need to fix/repair something that, although simple, could ruin a trip for the lack of a part or tool.
Not talking about a major repair, but as pointed out something as simple as a leak or broken water line can send you home. Just carrying a few lengths of pex, an inexpensive tubing cutter, and a few gator type push connections can save a trip, weigh next to nothing, and cost less than 20 bucks. But if it's a Sunday evening, and you have a leak, you just may have what you need to repair it.
Having some assorted electric wire, some connectors and a wire stripper, again, weighs next to nothing, costs 10 bucks, and can save your trip.
Don't worry about little things that can be put off till you get home, like a piece of trim becoming loose, but can you reattach or tie down an awning if necessary? Fuses or circuit breakers to get your fridge or water heater going again?
You don't need 3 inch long decking screws, or 1/2 inch bolts and nuts, but could you repair a simple drawer latch if needed?