what's new in your MH toolkit ?

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  1. campa cola

    campa cola Funster

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    Just added this along with some standard sized clips

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    Which make of van do you have that has so many water leaks? .....................................So as to avoid them.:whistle:
     
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    Ducato but these can also be used on exhausts and things when a cable tie is not strong enough.
     
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    Handy bit of kit, could get you out of trouble and at £2.29 worth carrying. I've just bought one.
    Many thanks for posting, Luke
     
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    A 100psi tyre pump. Couldn't seem to get above about 4.7 bar from garages in France.
     
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    I am wondering what do lorries do if they need high pressure air ? Yep finding up to 5.5 bar is a bit of problem in many european countries.
     
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    A CAN OFF AIR,
    a keyboard air duster to clean fridge burner[​IMG]
     
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    Struggle , and i kid you not .
     
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    12vSoldering iron and solder my son borowd my on I never seen it again
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    You beet me to it we have a connection to our air tank
    I carry a 300 psi 12v compressor in the MH
    Bill
     
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    This was my solution for my LR as I drop the pressures regularly for soft sand when launching the boat off the beach or when travelling over heather (the plant). Blows the tyres up in jig time and is very light so now resides in the MoHo whenever we go away. Goes up to 100 psi and is all stored within its own carry case,

    http://www.arb.com.au/products/arb-compressors/

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