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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
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E-Track/clips
Jack
Spare Tire
Stabilizer jacks

Air tank

Rechargeable Air compressor-/air pressure gauge
Portable battery operated jumpstarter/jumper cables
Tool box/tools
Front/rear MC Lift
Chain cleaner/lube
Ratcheting ties and spares
chocks
flashlights/lantern
chair/s
Tarp/awning
Firstaid kit
rags/cleaners
broom
radio
paper towels

trash bags
duct tape/tyraps
ice chest
ABC fire extinguisher
fuel jug(s)
funnel
brake bleeder tubing
extra brake fluid
extra oil
distilled H20 (if you're not using coolant)
spare batteries for flashlite/etc/
large battery operated clock
mirror
hand cleaner
wheel chocks
exterior stick-on levels
tire repair kit (plugs)
12ga or better extension cord with multiple outlets
 

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Are the duct tape and zip ties in the toolbox?
 
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Pete : Are the duct tape and zip ties in the toolbox?
If not, it is not worth carrying.


I'm assuming the Honda Spray Cleaner & Polish™ falls under 'cleaners.' And it's always nice to have a stocked ice chest.
 

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fuel jug(s)
funnel
tubing
extra brake fluid
extra oil
distilled H20 (if you're not using coolant)
air pressure gauge
spare batteries
 

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FIRE EXTINGUISHER!

I still haven't mounted mine to the wall, but I was at a go cart race earlier this year and a neighbor caught his cart on fire welding it.  Luckily, my friend, who wasn't around, had mounted his on the wall so I was able find it and put out the cart while its owner sat there wringing his hands watching it burn with his buddies.   The prick didn't even offer to replace the extinguisher either.
 
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Red Rider : fuel jug(s)
funnel
tubing
extra brake fluid
extra oil
distilled H20 (if you're not using coolant)
air pressure gauge
spare batteries
what is the tubing for and what type of spare batteries?
 

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100 amp service box with power distribution, overhead lighting, trash receptacle (paper bags?), Back up flood lights, rear video camera, 50 gallon 6 HP compressor, pneumatic tire machine, refrigerator, propane convection heaters, barbeque grill with tank, portable outdoor fireplace, SAE/JBL audio system.

You know, just the essentials . . .
 

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abtech : 100 amp service box with power distribution, overhead lighting, trash receptacle (paper bags?), Back up flood lights, rear video camera, 50 gallon 6 HP compressor, pneumatic tire machine, refrigerator, propane convection heaters, barbeque grill with tank, portable outdoor fireplace, SAE/JBL audio system.

You know, just the essentials . . .
...and the Pitbike to tow it!
 
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To add to figment's most excellent list...

Handcleaner
Extra tie down straps (full set)
Mirror
Clock
 

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The clock is extremely important if you're racing. Inside the trailer (or motorhome or garage or whatever), you usually miss all the calls, so it's a good idea to have a big assed clock in sight . . .

The Pitbike is why I didn't get AC in the trailer . . .
 
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Mirror: to get grime off of face from the greasy hands that shouldn't have touched your face
Clock: so you know how many mins you have until your next track session
 
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The mirror is also good so you can ensure that you've rubbed in all of your white suntan lotion!

Good list, that's about everything we've got in the trailer.

Instead of a traditional jack, we have a 'Jiffy Jack'. If you have a dual axle trailer, you can roll one wheel on it, so the flat one is then off the ground. And it can double as a wheel chock.

Another nice addition was one of those diamond plate boxes mounted onto the trailer tongue so that the gas can be stored outside of the trailer...

We usually bring along a service manual, too.

...and beer for the end of the day!
 
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HondaGalToo : Instead of a traditional jack, we have a 'Jiffy Jack'.  If you have a dual axle trailer, you can roll one wheel on it, so the flat one is then off the ground.  And it can double as a wheel chock.
If you use stabilizer jacks, you can remove the tow vehicle, lift all the wheels off the ground and you dont need chocks...
 
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figment : If you use  stabilizer jacks, you can remove the tow vehicle, lift all the wheels off the ground and you dont need chocks...
Cool. I've been thinking about getting those, since we walk around in it and load/unload when it's unhitched from the tow vehicle. Since it's a dual axle, it seems stable, no problems yet, but better safe than sorry.

Also: Maintain your trailer! It should have the wheel bearings repacked every other year! Check lug nuts, lights, etc. If you have electric brakes, keep the break-away battery charged.
 
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