A spared distributor.
A spare Weber down draft carb and manifold.
A valid and current AAA membership card.
A cell phone.
A rubber mallet to tap the SUs when the pistons stick.
A spare Isuzu 16878 starter.
A large goombah to help you push-start.
When it comes to wrenches, Craftsman are fine and it is easy to find a
Sears to trade them in when they break. But, if you plan to use your
tools alot and want the best, invest in Snap-On, Mac, or other
Also, $20 worth of crappy tools from Harbor Freight in a water proof
bag in the boot could save the day.
On 7/19/06, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I asked Frank, and his expected answer was, "7/16, 1/2". 9/16. 5/8.
> 11/16" wrenches and a couple screwdrivers." Now, the rest of us are in
> the real world. What "special" tools should be on hand? I have the
> compressor with a couple of lines, and the standard line of tools (in
> multiples). No Whitworths, no SU balancing tool, no brake line bleeder,