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Old 11-15-2008
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we all need them,but how many of us have them?
i know i have a few items,but not what i should have.
maybe we can get a group buy on a good complete kit,in a box.
anybody interested?
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I have a killer one I think it is made by Sawyer or something I will look it up tomorrow. It zips up into a small kit...JOE sends
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I have a killer one I think it is made by Sawyer or something I will look it up tomorrow. It zips up into a small kit...JOE sends
Hi Joe,

I’m not sure that's a good name for a First Aid kit.
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Randy:

I'll take one.
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Old 11-16-2008
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I came across this photo last week and emailed a Blue-Bird dealer for price and availability.. I'll let you know if I hear anything....
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The kit in our 83 FC was fully stocked with the original stuff. In my opinion most of it was not worth keeping. I picked up a new kit at Sam's that was more extensive for less than $30. Done.

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This is a side by side of the different kits they sell to retailers. http://www.sawyerproducts.com/contents.htm

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This site has a good article on whats needed in a first aid kit... Note that most of the stuff is based on the idea that it might take some time to get to a hospital.

Interesting reading anyway.

http://www.equipped.org/medical.htm


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Old 11-18-2008
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Having the body fluid cleanup kit would be handy for cleaning up those "spills" that happen when those pesky cars cut in front of us!!!!
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Old 11-19-2008
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Ya,
I always figured it was for after working on the coach... :}

YMMV!!

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Having the body fluid cleanup kit would be handy for cleaning up those "spills" that happen when those pesky cars cut in front of us!!!!
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