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Old 03-01-2015, 03:52 PM   #41
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That's why I pack a squirt bottle filled with water, dish soap and bleach. I spray the spigot before and after I dump. Also spray the spigot for drinking water at the campsite then let it run for awhile before connecting the drinking hose. I always distrust what the last guy might have done but leave things as clean as I can for the next guy.
That's a great I idea! I've added it to my shopping list.
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I didn't see it mentioned but I have a breaker bar and suitable sockets for my WDH. I was out camping and needed to tighten the shank bolts. Luckily there was a Lordco nearby. The sockets are typically much larger than what is carried in a socket set.

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I didn't see it mentioned but I have a breaker bar a suitable sockets for my WDH. I was out camping and needed to tighten the shank bolts. Luckily there was a Lordco nearby. The sockets are typically much larger than what is carried in a socket set.

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Good idea.

Keep in mind that those WDH bolts/nuts probably have a torque requirement. Yet another reason (in addition to lug nuts) to have an adequate torque wrench and sockets with you.
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