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What Spare Parts Do You Carry Aboard Your Boat??

I was just curious to see what spare parts you carry aboard your boat.

I have spare line, my old backstay and backstay adjuster, and a few other rigging items.

I also have:

a spare prop for my dinghy motor,
extra prop blades for the bigger auxiliary outboard,
spare oil filters for both engines,
spare fuel/water separation filters for the bigger engine,
new spark plugs for both outboards,
extra shear pins for the dinghy motor,
spare impellers for both outboards,
spare fuses (mostly ATC blade fuses),
spare bulbs for the deck-level nav lights that haven't been upgraded to LED,
a head re-build kit,
a spare 15 Amp circuit breaker,
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