I wouldn't leave home without it

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usernothername
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I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by usernothername » Tue 31 Jan, 2017 13:34

... what is 'it' for you?
There's the stock toolkit and warning triangle but what else do you always take with you on a Z3 drive?

For me the C110 error scanner is one thing as you can get a decent amount of data out of that, could help decide whether to limp home if something went wrong or call for recovery. Also my leatherman and a bunch of cable ties!
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Re: I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by BladeRunner919 » Tue 31 Jan, 2017 14:22

Nothing. I don't even always take a phone (not just in the Z3, in any car).

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Re: I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by usernothername » Tue 31 Jan, 2017 16:18

How paleo of you; do you wear clothes?
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  Z3 roadster 1.9

Re: I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by Del » Tue 31 Jan, 2017 17:24

Other than the BMW toolkit, an umbrella, a small multi-tool and an extendable wheel nut wrench as they are difficult to remove if properly torqued - or even over-torqued by tyre fitters :D

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Robert T
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Re: I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by Robert T » Tue 31 Jan, 2017 17:59

Spectacles, testicles, wallet and watch. :wink:

Cheers R.
Arctic Silver '99 Z3 1.9 & Black '59 Frogeye 1275cc
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Re: I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by bertiejaffa » Tue 31 Jan, 2017 18:20

my phone has my music on so that always comes and my wallet as the old girl can be a bit thirsty... aside from that nothing special, although I have considered investing in a new puncture repair thingy... I still have the factory one in the car and I am doubtful it would be much use after 19 years?
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  Z3 roadster 2.2i
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Re: I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by peter2b » Tue 31 Jan, 2017 19:48

brolly, RAC card, phone ,wife
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xtLSport
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Re: I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by xtLSport » Wed 01 Feb, 2017 15:56

sunglasses and or cap/hat

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Re: I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by gookah » Wed 01 Feb, 2017 20:40

the car
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Re: I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by Warrior » Wed 01 Feb, 2017 22:09

Baseball cap..... :sunny

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Re: I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by 4wheels » Fri 03 Feb, 2017 22:35

wheel spinning it sideways out the drive...........

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Re: I wouldn't leave home without it

Post by nang » Sat 04 Feb, 2017 02:08

Robert T wrote:Spectacles, testicles, wallet and watch. :wink:

Cheers R.
Bless you my son. :shock:
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