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Do you have a spare?
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What are some items that are important to have in spare?



   
Do you have a spare set of keys?




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Any extra batteries for those smoke detectors & remotes?



   
Do you have a spare tire for your trunk?
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#2
Entirely too many keys on that key ring. Hard on the ignition.  Smile
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#3
hose washers
charged lithium battery for the cordless drill
three pronged adapters
red shop rags
split shots
six inch pliers
electrical tape
zip ties
tennis shoes
.12 gauge
.20 gauge
bic lighters, the long ones
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I got a dime.
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(01-06-2018, 10:02 AM)Prospector Wrote: I got a dime.

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Big fluffy towels

I roll them up and put them in a large basket in the bathroom. It's pretty. That's why I do it. I don't do it so people will use them. A normal sized towel should work for anybody. So now I have a house full of bathers. Every one of them except Smarter-than-me and me use those towels because they're easy to reach. Every day I wash one full laundry load of big fluffy towels. I lug them down the stairs and then back up the stairs. Every day. 

But those daily bathers are peeps I like having around and it's worth it. 

However, if I didn't have all those big fluffy towels, nobody would be using them, right?
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#7
Tire.  Seriously... my car came with one of those less than useless fix-a-flat kits.  Does nothing if the puncture is on the side wall of the tire.  Had to have the car towed home, had to buy a donut and jack kit from the dealership the next day just to be able to throw it on to drive the car to get new tires.
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(01-06-2018, 08:34 PM)labmonkey Wrote: Tire.  Seriously... my car came with one of those less than useless fix-a-flat kits.  Does nothing if the puncture is on the side wall of the tire.  Had to have the car towed home, had to buy a donut and jack kit from the dealership the next day just to be able to throw it on to drive the car to get new tires.

Most tire fixit shops won't even repair a sidewall punch unless it's a really small punch. Patches on the sidewall can lead to zipper breaks which go ka-boom. Mainly a problem on large truck tires but can happen on passenger tires. Sidewall poke? I'd say ditch that tire.
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#9
I was going to get new tires that week anyway as I knew the factory new [censored] Continentals were at the end of their lives.  As I said... couldn't even make it home since that kit is less than useless.
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#10
You are right about Continental tires.  Noisy & subpar.
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