“Take what you can't buy when you need it…leave the rest.” – uncledon1)
Corded tools can be used with an inverter. A PSW version may help keep motor temperatures down and help with picky battery chargers.
Circular saws, sometimes called Skilsaws, are used for cutting lumber. Jigsaws are used for finer work. When using a jigsaw gsfish reminds us to tape the bottom so we do not scratch the camper's finish.3)
Zipties, measuring tape, gloves, ear protection, eye protection
filters: air, fuel belts: serpentine or all belts as needed fluids: trans fluid, brake fluid, motor oil hoses: radiator upper and lower hoses electric: bulbs, fuses
As you climb all over the camper during the build take note of all the fasteners you see: screws, bolts, allen head, square head, torx, etc.4)
spare tire, jack, lugwrench
fuses, connectors, wire stripper, distilled water for watering batteries, multimeter, extension cord for shore power
Not only can your air up a tire or inflate other items, but having a compressor lets you lower your tire air pressure to increase traction and get you out of sand or mud.