Road trip parts and tools

Road trip parts and tools

Postby Jawon [OP] » April 15th 2019, 5:43pm

Any recommendations for spare parts and tools that are likely to be needed for our vans on a long road trip into relatively remote areas?

I’m thinking about common breakdowns where fixes can be done on the side of the road. I know many things can fail so I’m not looking for every single weakness!

I have a 96 Safari with about 140k miles. I’ve been stranded locally in the past, once with a jammed ac compressor and another time with the fuel spider failure, but those have been repaired and it has been generally running well. Thanks
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby AstroWill » April 15th 2019, 6:02pm

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This and a cell phone will take care of most situations.


If you keep a good eye on things and replace what is needed on a regular basis, the most common roadside repair is going to be replacing a tire.
Tape, spare wires, connectors, good spare tire or 2 depending on where you are going, always have an extra belt in the back. Stuff like that.
And some basic hand tools

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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby markmitch » April 15th 2019, 6:08pm

get a small tool kit with sockets, rachet, a couple screw drivers, tire iron, wire cutters and wire repair items, can of fix a flat (emergency only ) flash light or two, vice grips just in case. oh and a hammer. then get a emergency road kit with flares and such. Thats about what i carried when I drove to California from NH back in 2013
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby Leeann_93 » April 16th 2019, 1:58am

I like having a spare belt, a small set of sockets, a small set of wrenches, needlenose and slip-joint pliers, adjustable wrench, assorted screwdriver bits and extensions, electrical tape, a spare of each of the major bulbs, 12v air compressor, a can of fix-a-flat for when it's too bad and you're not in a good place to put on the spare, jumper cables, meter, magnet, mirror and a couple rags. Plus some coolant/water mix and a can of brake fluid.

But I've had to do weird things like change spark plugs in a snowstorm while my friend held an umbrella over my head - trip back down to MD from New England for college. My '84 Accord Hatchback would foul spark plugs if I put in anything but really good gas (previous owner really gooked up the poor thing). We barely made it over the Delaware Memorial Bridge and, fortunately for me, there was a Pep Boys store right off the first exit. I never traveled in that car again without a spare set of plugs, but I've never had to do that on any of my other vehicles.
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby Jawon [OP] » April 16th 2019, 6:28am

Thanks all. Maybe a more interesting and helpful question is...

What road-fixable breakdowns have you actually had and what tools/parts helped you out (or wished you had)?
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby WinnieVan » April 16th 2019, 6:34am

JB Weld -- if you crack your tranny oil pan or engine oil pan, you can make an emergency mend (maybe).

QuikWeld is probably better than the longer setting stuff...
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby Jawon [OP] » April 16th 2019, 6:48am

Answering my own question!

Recently at the grocery store, the van wouldn’t start so I got a jump. I thought all was good but as I pulled out of the parking spot, the engine died. As I fiddled with the wires to the battery, it turned out one of the wire ends were rusty enough to prevent good contact with the terminal. Being close to home I grabbed a metal file to get to clean metal and voila. Not suggesting adding a metal file to the toolbag, just making note of a possible roadside fix.

Also, I carry a tire patch kit and sometimes even a bike pump. Yes a spare works but it’s also nice to have the option to fix the real tire without having to go out of your way to find a repair shop.
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby fabinator » April 16th 2019, 10:14am

I carry about a thousand pounds of tools with me at all times, but one of those mechanic sets from sears should do fine... not like the astro van can't spare the room for a 325 or something piece set in a plastic box. As far as parts, go for the ones you don't notice before they fail. Spare belt, light bulbs and fuses, ignition module, maybe some sensors from the junkyard (did I hear the TPS is a trouble maker somewhere?), fluids like oil, trans, brake, and coolant. wire, solder, and shrink tube, you can find something called a ronson tech torch in the cigarette section at Walmart... get one. Oil cooler line of the proper size may not be a bad idea, along with clamps, A short section of heater hose incase you need to bypass the core or heater valve. Also grab a set of tire plugs from oreillys, they are basically a permanent repair until the tire wears out. A cheap 12 volt pump can also be had there for less than the cost of a can of fix a flat. Grab a stick of that epoxy putty and a crayon. If you crack or tear a pan or the fuel tank, use the crayon to stop the leak so the epoxy putty will stick. Bring a FIRE EXTINGUISHER!!!, The holy trinity may be good to bring along as well (penetrating oil, cleaner, and starting fluid), My personal aerosol entourage is Free-All, Berryman B12, and CHLORINATED, old school brake cleaner. It will be marked NON-FLAMMABLE, and can also double as a fire extinguisher, so grab a couple of those.

Happy trails, and be sure to think of me while you're thinking up new swear works grinding a crayon into your transmission pan... :thumbup:
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby WinnieVan » April 16th 2019, 2:47pm

Good idea on the crayon. How interesting.
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby sixsix » April 17th 2019, 12:33am

Everything above mentioned ( more or less ), plus:

- Roll of Hanger Iron
- Roll of bailing wire
- roll of HVAC Alum. tape
- duct tape.
- xtra jack
- Gas siphoner
- new container of antifreeze
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- Case of the big bottles of Evian
- 2-3 different pairs of gloves - one w/ the jack
- 2 dozen real shop rags, red - washed and 20 years old
- latex gloves, if you're wimpy - LOL

Hand Cleaner is optional

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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby MechBob » April 17th 2019, 1:59am

"Long road trip" is a relative thing,especially out here.Most important things out here,being cold climate,is warm stuff.I carry small sleeping bag,sweatshirt,and cheep moving blankets.More important to stay alive.Both vans,and camper truck have one of those small cheep tool kits,a bit of oil,and 1 gal. of coolant.There is a spare belt in one of them,but,realistically,if you loose a serpentine belt,something else is wrong.Oh,all have jumper cables.People no longer carry them,like older days.I always try to make sure my debit/credit card is OK,and have a grand in backup.However,just a few days ago,I took a 7.5 hour trip,into another state,to purchase some wheels/tires,checked the fluids under the hood,topped them off,and went.But,my 96 safari only has 204,000 miles.
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby TBLBill » April 17th 2019, 2:38am

Here's my always-in-the-van list:
Metric socket set, wrenches, linesman pliers, a leatherman tool, 6-in-1 screwdriver, razor knife, vise grips, bungee cords, zip ties, small picks (like dental tools)
Jumper cables, hi-vis vest, road flares / triangles, tow strap
Oil, trans fluid, antifreeze, towels, old sweatshirt for laying on
Get-home / Go bag with dry underclothes, survival stuff, food
Good medical kit and training

Edit: Gunk Wire Dryer - priceless if your coil acts up in the rain!
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby Jawon [OP] » April 17th 2019, 2:47am

Great list. But I’d love to hear whether these emergency tools actually got used.

I’ll ask again what I asked mid thread...

What road-fixable breakdowns have you actually had and what tools/parts helped you out (or wished you had)?
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby MechBob » April 17th 2019, 3:17am

Jawon wrote:Great list. But I’d love to hear whether these emergency tools actually got used.

I’ll ask again what I asked mid thread...

What road-fixable breakdowns have you actually had and what tools/parts helped you out (or wished you had)?

Very good point.Over the years,jeep pickup blew a trans hose,hauling wood pellets home.Transferred the hose to bypass the aftermarket trans cooler(used my leatherman tool for the clamps),and had enough fluid left to get home.Winter van died in snowstorm,was from mice chewed coil wire,had a partial set of wires,but also had a partial tube of silicone sealer,also made it home.Campimg/etc,battery dead,jumper cables saved the day.2 times(not me,but friends in the group) punctured a sidewall,on tire.A cheep plugging kit,and a cheep compressor made unit usable to get to closest town.Ignition module went out in my 1991 camper truck.I have a bypass unit,drove it to the camping area,then next day replaced the module,as i had one in the truck.That is about the most i can think of,right now.But,excellent question.
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby fabinator » April 17th 2019, 3:59am

Jawon wrote:Great list. But I’d love to hear whether these emergency tools actually got used.

I’ll ask again what I asked mid thread...

What road-fixable breakdowns have you actually had and what tools/parts helped you out (or wished you had)?

Ok, of all the stuff I have listed, I have used the tire plug kit, air pump, hose/clamps, and the crayon/JB stick. This is from owning the van for 8 weeks, and is not all inclusive of everything that was done to the van. I also had a set of tools with me that would best a lot of professionals, albeit they are motorcycle oriented. Many times, I was able to make it to oreilly's, for things like the radiator hose, heater bypass valve, fuel pump, and heater core. I also spent 3 hours on the side of I-90 melting snow with a campstove… I'm not really counting that one, since I should have been carrying coolant, but I used it all on a job.
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby MechBob » April 17th 2019, 4:16am

fabinator wrote:
Jawon wrote:Great list. But I’d love to hear whether these emergency tools actually got used.

I’ll ask again what I asked mid thread...

What road-fixable breakdowns have you actually had and what tools/parts helped you out (or wished you had)?

Ok, of all the stuff I have listed, I have used the tire plug kit, air pump, hose/clamps, and the crayon/JB stick. This is from owning the van for 8 weeks, and is not all inclusive of everything that was done to the van. I also had a set of tools with me that would best a lot of professionals, albeit they are motorcycle oriented. Many times, I was able to make it to oreilly's, for things like the radiator hose, heater bypass valve, fuel pump, and heater core. I also spent 3 hours on the side of I-90 melting snow with a campstove… I'm not really counting that one, since I should have been carrying coolant, but I used it all on a job.

LOL,you are the guy that carries a thousand pounds of tools/repair stuff. I could not imagine carrying that much crap. Out here,parts stores are very far away,not even in consideration of helping out. Prepare your vehicle properly,and hope for the best. Break down out here,and you freeze to death.
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby fabinator » April 17th 2019, 7:53am

It is a work van, after all. The tools are supposed to be there to fix other people's stuff, but sometimes those tools are more useful than I would like.
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Re: Road trip parts and tools

Postby TBLBill » April 18th 2019, 9:04pm

Jawon wrote:What road-fixable breakdowns have you actually had and what tools/parts helped you out (or wished you had)?

A spray can of wire dryer would have saved me from an awful ride home in the rain a few weeks ago. My coil started to act up and I had nothing to help the loss of power, but you can just spray this stuff on it and then the van is fine.
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I had a piece of plastic pipe that fit snugly over the upper radiator hose on my '85 Isuzu Trooper II. It was in the truck by accident, actually, along with a roll of duct tape. On my way to Dover, DE to buy a replacement upper radiator hose (the 2 Chestertown auto parts places closed at 6 and it was after 7), the hose sprung a HUGE leak.

I slid that plastic piece over the hose and taped it up in a grocery store parking lot, then ran inside and bought a gallon of distilled water and poured that in so I could make it to Pep Boys, about 5 miles further.

Replaced the hose in the parking lot and filled it back up with coolant I'd bought with the hose.
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