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Old 12-27-2014, 09:39 PM   #1
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Tool Kit

As dreams of camping fill my head I'm also thinking of what to stock my A-122s. What does everyone have for an essential tool kit?
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Old 12-27-2014, 10:38 PM   #2
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Bit screwdriver set with a #2 square bit (S2).
Power drill with 25-50 foot extension cord.

For when you need both hands free.
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Duct tape, spare fuses and bulbs
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Old 12-27-2014, 10:48 PM   #3
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Old 12-27-2014, 10:53 PM   #4
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I have a fully loaded 10 drawer rollaway cabnet for the toyhauler. 1/2",3/8".1/4" drive full set in metric and sae,shallow and 6pt deep.pliers,screwdrivers,nut runners,snap ring pliers combiation wrenches from 1/4" to 1" as well as metric up to 19mm.Corded and cordless 1/2" impact guns,cordless 1/4" impact 1/2"cordless drill/driver and a full set of sae,metric,and number drill bit.Left hand sae drill bits up to 3/8",sae and metric tap/die sets.and probably a bunch of stuff I dont even know is there!It is really going to be a luxury ive never had this year with the toy hauler.Ive always had to have multiple carry boxes stashed where ever I could put them!This big cab does double duty now,its in the enclosed 4 place sled trailer in winter and the toy hauler in summer.
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Old 12-27-2014, 11:10 PM   #5
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That and bring a jack that can lift your camper and get a digital multimeter and know how to use it.
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Old 12-27-2014, 11:53 PM   #6
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Air compressor.
Impact wrench.
Cordless drill.
Multi meter.
Hand tool variety.
Propane torch.
Torque wrench.
Bottle jack.
Trailer aid.
Portable lights including multiple flashlights.
Repair parts for minor repairs including electrical, plumbing and structural.
Lubricants and sealers.
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Old 12-28-2014, 12:54 AM   #7
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Hello Trailer Girl,
A Frame needs for tools. I would have a couple adjustable wrenches, a screwdriver set or good quality Quic Pic multi driver, corded 3/8 drill, vice grips, utility knife, cutter, needle nose pilers and wire stripper, a rubber mallet, hatchet for firewood, wrench for wheel lugs. One thing essential is a Digital Multi meter and a non contact voltage tester. Not sure of your skill level but have electrical tape to fix a harness if it gets scraped, some hose gear clamps to fix a leak, duct tape, piece of plastic (in case of a puncture wound you can weather proof till repairs can be completed. As far as lubes, some WD 40 for squeaky door hedges or locks, small bit of grease for the hitch.

This should fit in a canvas tool bag, will allow you to stuff it any where.

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That and bring a jack that can lift your camper and get a digital multimeter and know how to use it.
A med floor jack ,2 bottle jacks and the "electrcal box" with wire full set of trailer plugs,splices,ring toungs,tape ,flares, multimeter,crimping tool are part of the bed box thats always in the truck.Also an on board air compresser w/ 50' of hose in the truck.As a last resort there is always an m 1 carbine with folding stock and several mags in the trailer unless we are going to canada.
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Make sure you have a lug wrench that fits your RV. Many times those supplied with the TV will not fit.
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Also some emergency triangles if you breakdown on the road.
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