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Old 01-15-2019, 08:13 PM   #15
RDC54
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: 2018 Compass 23TR
State: Michigan
Posts: 110
THOR #11426
I’ve always been of the opinion that the most important tool you can take with you is the one between your ears...

My Compass has limited storage space, so I have a small standard toolbox with screwdrivers, hammer, assorted pliers (regular/needle nose/channel lock/vise grips), tape measure, wirecutter/stripper, small socket set, utility knife, spare fuses, electrical tape, digital multimeter, outlet tester, etc.

But I also carry my “MacGyver” kit, with Gorilla tape, gorilla glue, WD-40, cable ties, a pop-rivet tool and assorted rivets (great for mounting things on those thin walls), pipe cleaners, epoxy putty stick, glue gun, small butane torch lighter, rubber bands, paper clips, wire, assorted screws/washers/nails, gasket material, and some Command strips and hooks, parachute cord, bungee cords, velcro ties, and a tube of Goop.

Just enough to get me into (and hopefully out of) trouble!
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