Note the first item (deep socket for removing spare tire) as it might be the one and only thing that is unique to Scamps. Or just throw the trailer spare tire in your tug. That way you know you can use it when you have a flat.
Tier-One includes priority tools and supplies that you should not leave home without. You should know how to safely use them, or have someone available who does.
Proper tools to change tires
. Check beforehand (Note Scamp needs deep socket to remove spare but regular socket is OK for mounting wheels to hubs)
Air compressor and tire pressure gauge
Spare hitch pin and clips
Various adapters (15 to 30, maybe 50 to 30, 15 amp extension cord with adapter to 30 plug and/or 30 amp extension)
Multi-meter or 12 VDC and 120 VAC testers (also surge suppressor or better is recommended).
Spare wire (10 and 14 g), crimp connectors, wire nuts
Bulbs (tug and trailer, inside and outside).
Wire cutter / crimp / strip tool
Sewer hose extension and fittings (black water might require a 45 degree elbow to fit on a different hose)
Water heater drain plug socket
One or two drinking water Hoses with spare washers
Pressure regulator (limiter)
Container for lugging drinking water (esp if you only carry one hose).
Assorted sizes of Hose Clamps
Adjustable wrenches, channel lock pliers, crescent wrench, needle nose and vice grip pliers (sized to the gear on your rig).
Small hack saw
Phillips and flat screwdrivers, also torx if needed.
Duct tape and or Gorilla tape
Spare rivets and rivet gun
Emery cloth and small wire brush
3M 4200 Marine caulk
Any specialty tools or attachments required for your particular rig.
Owner’s manuals with parts lists.
Tier-Two includes tool you might be able to get by without, but they come in handy or are required less frequently. Tier-Two tools are recommended when full timing or boodocking when ready access to stores or repair facilities is not expected. Some of these items are so lightweight that there really is no reason not to carry them.
Spare bearing and seal set with cotter pins. Bearing pre-packed with grease and sealed in baggie works well.
Tire plug repair kit
Metric and SAE Socket Set with extensions
Hammer with claw or Axe–hammer and small crowbar
Electric screwdriver / drill and bits
Grease gun if you have “bearing buddies”
Can of WD-40
Chain quick links and shackles
Assorted bolts, screws, etc.
Sections of replacement hose(s)
TFE paste and Thread Seal Tape
Soldering iron with solder
Small bubble level
flue brush and/or canned air.
RV antifreeze if you might unexpectedly experience sub-freezing temps
As always.. this is IMHO and YMMV.