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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby 39Ratrod » Mon Feb 16, 2015 8:33 pm

lrrowe wrote:The cordless recipicating saw is another good idea. The last thing I want to drag along with me is a chain saw. The only exception to this would be an electric saw used with a generator when shore power is not available.


I used to take a chainsaw too, but they are just way too noisy. Sometimes you need to be discrete!
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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby lrrowe » Mon Feb 16, 2015 8:52 pm

:twisted: I understand that. :shhh:
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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby Wolffarmer » Mon Feb 16, 2015 11:48 pm

If you are packing a battery drill. Toss in an egg beater while you are at it.

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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby 39Ratrod » Tue Feb 17, 2015 9:28 am

Wolffarmer wrote:If you are packing a battery drill. Toss in an egg beater while you are at it.

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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby Wolfpack » Fri Feb 20, 2015 9:13 pm

I shall take some needle nose pliers, adjustable wrench, and a couple of screwdrivers. For wheel changes, a breaker bar, torque wrench and gloves.
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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby Tom&Shelly » Fri Jan 28, 2022 4:25 pm

If you're bored camping, Edward, you're doing something wrong. Possibly spending too much time on your phone!

Anyway, I doubt anyone on this forum is interested in giving you hits to a gambling site. Wouldn't be surprised if the site tries to give your computer cooties! :stompspam:

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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby rjgimp » Fri Jan 28, 2022 6:53 pm

I absolutely LOVE it when someone digs up one of these ten year old threads! The “Primitive Pete” video Wolffarmer posted is priceless!
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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby Tom&Shelly » Sun Jan 30, 2022 9:09 pm

rjgimp wrote:I absolutely LOVE it when someone digs up one of these ten year old threads! The “Primitive Pete” video Wolffarmer posted is priceless!
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I'm confused: Where is the section on Phillips head screwdrivers? and where do you plug in the battery on the cordless brace? :thinking:

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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby friz » Sun Jan 30, 2022 10:22 pm

How about a bottle opener and a cork screw.

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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby DezPrado » Wed Feb 09, 2022 3:26 am

friz wrote:How about a bottle opener and a cork screw.

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Why? Dont you fellas have screwtops for your favorite adult beverages? :D


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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby tony.latham » Wed Feb 09, 2022 12:48 pm

I used to take a chainsaw too, but they are just way too noisy. Sometimes you need to be discrete!


That's one reason I bought a 14" Makita electric. I really like it. I throw it in the tongue box for most trips.

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Re: Tools to take Camping....

Postby friz » Wed Feb 09, 2022 1:36 pm

DezPrado wrote:
friz wrote:How about a bottle opener and a cork screw.

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Why? Dont you fellas have screwtops for your favorite adult beverages? :D


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