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    Default The most used tool I carry is -

    The most used tool I carry is a 3 lb hammer.

    It has straightened a tie rod, busted open rocks, driven tent stakes, smashed cans and many other uses.

    And your most used tool is ?

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    Leatherman.

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    I carry one but almost never use it.

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    I suppose that is true. mainly for setting up camp and even then is occasional. most used tool(s) would be tongs, spatula and knife. its always good to have steak, potatoes and beer at the campfire.

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    #1 is a toss up. Either a shovel or a knife.
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    Air compressor
    The ORIGINAL Phil!

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    I used to say this but then I stopped airing down. Maybe for a lot of snow otherwise I pretty much just run at a constant 35 psi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toy Man View Post
    I used to say this but then I stopped airing down. Maybe for a lot of snow otherwise I pretty much just run at a constant 35 psi.
    Ouch, it makes my bones hurt just thinking about Forest roads and 35psi, ball joints too. I guess you young bucks can handle shake and rattle better then us elderly folk ;-)
    The ORIGINAL Phil!

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    I am pretty lucky in that the rear suspension I have (Alcan springs) coupled with Bilstein 5100 shocks smooths out the bumps really well.


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    Last edited by Toy Man; 11-03-2013 at 05:40.

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