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Old 04-16-2014, 07:43 AM   #1
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What's in your "Emergency RV Kit"

Hi All,

The roof tape discussion got me thinking..

I didn't see a thread on the forum, so forgive me if it's already out there. I wanted to start a thread where everyone can talk about what's in there "emergency repair kit" they travel with.

I'm sure I'm missing so cool tools and "stuff" you good folks never leave the house without when traveling.

To start, I carry:
  • a now dried up tube of Dicor
  • socket set
  • ratcheting wrenches
  • rope
  • bungees
  • industrial duct tape
  • pipe putty for leaks
  • plumbers tape for leaks
  • 12 volt compressor
  • hammer
  • rubber mallet
  • trusty 17 foot tarp
  • lighter
  • car battery charger (works great in a pinch if your converter goes out)
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Old 04-16-2014, 08:01 AM   #2
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Hack saw blade for cutting out broken hot water plastic drain caps sand paper for cleaning refrigerator propane igniters
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In addition to the above I have a various assortment of screws, nuts and bolts, hose clamps, rubber hose washers, 6" plastic wire ties, wire cutters, small roll of 12 gauge wire, electrical tape, spare fuses, 12V test light, screwdriver assortment and square bit driver.
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Good one st. rodder2,

I almost forgot, I also carry an multimeter in the truck
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Old 04-16-2014, 10:02 AM   #5
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Also,

a 30-15, a 30-50 set of adapters and extension cord

actually had Memorial day weekend trip where the 30 and 50 amp circuits were browning out on the tree, so we cut back on what we were using and ran a 110 15 amp line to the camper.
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Ok I think you guys have me feeling woefully unprepared. We carry a tool kit that includes screwdrivers, socket wrenches, drill etc. Duct tape, plumbers tape, extra fuses (learned that one the hard way ), portable air compressor, battery charger/jumper, breaker bar and large wrench for adjusting hitch. DH has a few other things but not sure what. Large floor jack and a tire iron (cross bar style).

I also have for people.... Snake bite kit, ace wrap, Tylenol, Motrin, benadryl, triple antibiotic ointment, bandaids, calamine lotion, alcohol wipes (work great for mosquito and spider bites), peroxide or bactine and a few other odds and ends for injuries or allergic reactions or illness. But that is just the nurse in me.
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Additionally, I have:
assortment of knives
hatchet
folding saw
traffic cone
reflective vest
assortment of flashlights, including elastic headlight
zip ties
survival (bug-out) bag
CERT backpack
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Ok I think you guys have me feeling woefully unprepared. We carry a tool kit that includes screwdrivers, socket wrenches, drill etc. Duct tape, plumbers tape, extra fuses (learned that one the hard way ), portable air compressor, battery charger/jumper, breaker bar and large wrench for adjusting hitch. DH has a few other things but not sure what. Large floor jack and a tire iron (cross bar style).

I also have for people.... Snake bite kit, ace wrap, Tylenol, Motrin, benadryl, triple antibiotic ointment, bandaids, calamine lotion, alcohol wipes (work great for mosquito and spider bites), peroxide or bactine and a few other odds and ends for injuries or allergic reactions or illness. But that is just the nurse in me.

I hope if I ever get hurt at the campground, your on the site next to us with that trauma kit

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You got me on the floor jack. gotta get one now
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The floor Jack works better on truck then tt. And I used to work trauma icu, so I think that's where the kit stems from.
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Ok I think you guys have me feeling woefully unprepared. We carry a tool kit that includes screwdrivers, socket wrenches, drill etc. Duct tape, plumbers tape, extra fuses (learned that one the hard way ), portable air compressor, battery charger/jumper, breaker bar and large wrench for adjusting hitch. DH has a few other things but not sure what. Large floor jack and a tire iron (cross bar style).

I also have for people.... Snake bite kit, ace wrap, Tylenol, Motrin, benadryl, triple antibiotic ointment, bandaids, calamine lotion, alcohol wipes (work great for mosquito and spider bites), peroxide or bactine and a few other odds and ends for injuries or allergic reactions or illness. But that is just the nurse in me.
What? You don't have any suppositories along??
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