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post #6 of Old 10-19-2009
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Don’t get carried away with tools. I have decided that if I can’t fit in a tackle box I don’t need it aboard my 30' sloop
• Six in one screwdriver
• Switch grip dual jaw pliers
• Two 6” adjustable wrenches
• A Fiskars pistol grip 3/8” socket drive with extension and five sae sockets
• Automotive test light
• 3’ jumper wire
• cheap stripper crimper
• A strap wrench
• An awl
• A rat tail file
• A scrap of 400 wet dry paper
• Bees wax and seam ripper from sewing notion department
• Whipping thread
• Good sailmakers needeedles, Palm
• heavy duty scissors
• A strap wrench
• An oil filter wrench
• An awl or ice pick
• Two 6’ lengths of 12 gauge tin coated copper multistrand wire
• Monel seizing wire
An egg crate box with:
• Crimp terminals
• A spare bulb for each of the navigation lights
• Fuses
• Screw shackles
• Clevis pins, Ring dings
• Assorted SS nuts, bolts and washers
• Shrink tubing
• Nylon webbing
• Welded SS ring
Gallon freezer bag with:
• Boeshield T9
• McLube SailKote
• PBlaster
• Dielectric silicone grease
Spares and Extra Parts:
• Fuel and oil filters
• Alternator and pump belts
• Impellers for the raw water
Tape: Duct tape, 3M electrical red, green, white, spinnaker repair tape, 3’ anti-skid tape
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