Tool Kit

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  1. Puddleduck

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    Which items do you keep in your tool kit? Which have been of most use - or do you just use a break down service?
     
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    Hammer for if it doesn`t move and should
    Gaffer tape for if it does move and shouldn`t
     
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    Hammer, screwdrivers, duct tape, RAC card.
     
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    corkscrew
    Another corkscrew
    Bowel for dips
    Bowel for nibbles
    BBQ tools
    BBQ spanner
     
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    Remind me not to turn my back on you or accept any food:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Ha ha:Rofl1::Rofl1: just noticed :Rofl1::Blush:
     
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    screwdriver with interchangeable bits, pliers, sticky tape, set of stubby spanners, adjustable wrench and a multi meter. All have been handy at some point and you‘ll need some of them anyway if you have bicycles.
     
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    I'm talking about bits to put in the emergency tool kit not the necessities of life!!!! :Rofl1:
     
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    I was getting my priorities in the right order:Rofl1:
     
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    Aye that's about it :Laughing:


    And map of off licenses :Smile:
     
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    When something breaks I buy two so I have one for a spare next time. This guarantees it will never go wrong again. I have bits for caravans and motorhomes going back 20 years in my garage :Doh:
     
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    my son gave me a little bag of tools he brought in Halfords.:Eeek:
     
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    small hammer for normal jobs
    gert big hammer for things that are stuck
    screwdriver with assorted bits
    adjustable spanner
    duct tape
    superglue
    for every thing else...there's mastercard, ....oh and an RAC card
     
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    Fuses
    Bulbs
     
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    beer
     
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    Cable ties. Nobody's mentioned cable ties. :RollEyes:
     
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    Our dips and nibbles start in bowls then move to bowels later. :thumb:
     
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    Set of ring spanners, Set of open spanners! Claw hammer, Rubber mallet, Cross head screwdrivers, Slot head screwdrivers, Pipe wrench, Pliers, Stanley knife, Range of fuses, Full set of vehicle lamps, Spare hab. Lamps, ELV cable, Electrical tapes, Duct tape, tie wraps (two lengths), Assorted wood screws, Glues, Tie down straps. And, Snow socks, Slip mats & Spare tyre.
    In the last twelve months I've used a 10A fuse???
     
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    Apart from the last three that's mine too. I also have few bits of choc-block connector. And I've used nothing from it. Any fuse that's blown has been at home & self-inflicted.
     
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    Obviously you need an 'ammer, so why settle for the wrong one ?


    When a bloke is doing a very technical job, he has to deliberate which 'ammer he needs.

    Slowly going through his full set, scratching his chin, he finally settles on the right one and proudly says ..

    "This NoSwearinger'll do " :Smile:

    So, with no further ado, I have the perfect solution for all jobs. An 'ammer can never be too big :Smile:

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