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Extra set of underwear for those close calls. I all ways had a one of the big orange jugs of water especially in the summer. I had heat stroke one time out working and never wanted to go through that again. A lot of sch 40 parts you know 90's, y's, T's 45's ect, C/O caps, all sorts of indoor parts for faucets and drains ect. Lots of Glue and primer, usually had a concrete distribution box in the service truck since we did a lot of septic work. We had a good amount of rope, paper work, business cards, green tree air freshener, what can I say I like the smell of pine.
On a serious note, other than tools what I like to carry on my service truck is brass p-traps, PVC p-traps and other tubular waste items. Brass clean out plugs, a sump pump, an ejector pump, 1½" and 2" check valves,ten foot of 1½ and 2" PVC pipe, some PVC fittings ten foot of ½, ¾, and 1" type L copper, along with some basic fittings. Thats about it. Everything else is buy on a need basis.