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    Senior Member EXPERT BUILDER
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    Things needed in car trailer

    OK;;i'm shooting to make my very first test&tune with my fuel altered on april 26;;if any of you would have the time to help me out with a list of things you feel I should take with me in trailer..a list of the things i'll more then likely will need at every race;;;Keith Dyer e-mailed me a list he felt i needed..nice list.had it broke down in departments[]general trailer stuff//consumablies//trailer specifics//weather-comfort needs//specific tools[special tools]//general tool box tools//]].some things he had on his list i wouldn't need but he does;;I understand everyones list isn't going be same but i can look at all them and at least give me a ideal of things i'll need before i go april 26;;can post list here or e-mail it to me at [email protected]

    thanks in advance for taking time out to make this list for me..it will be a big help to me[a new racer]

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    If your a new racer and you jumped into a fuel altered what to take in your trailer is the least of your problems.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    Sometimes, they can be pretty ill, a box of pamper, would be at the top of my list.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE TheRabbit's Avatar
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    2 spare GOOD spare tires, a jack big enough to lift loaded trailer, lug wrench or socket to fit, extra oil filter, plenty of oil, something to put used oil in, spark plugs, water, soap, rags or towels, tow strap, etc.
    how long of a list do you want? I could be here all day. Lol.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE TheYellaBrick's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by badfordfreak View Post
    If your a new racer and you jumped into a fuel altered what to take in your trailer is the least of your problems.
    I'm surely with you on THAT. WAAAAY too much car for a 'new' racer ......
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    He is one of the 'old guys' on here. Been MIA for a while, but I remember him. Some wicked looking builds...
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