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Old 08-24-2014, 05:02 PM   #1
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Jeep Bag: Work in Progress

I started putting together a go bag for my Jepp. Thank you to many of you for your helpful responses in my other threads. Here's what I've got so far. Please excuse my Ziplock bags. I like things compartmentalized.

I decided to use a Black Diamond Chute bag that I already owned. This is a great bag because it has a built in tarp for laying out gear.



I started with a small first aid pouch. (I keep gloves in my glove compartment for immediate access.)

First aid:
Shears
Ace bandage
Sting Ease
Neosporin
Chapstick
Band aids
Gauze roll
Mole Skin
Tape
Tooth Break Kit



Next is a basic survival item pouch. Just stuff I like to keep with me.

Basic Survival:

Folding saw
Parachord
Tubing
D Link
Razor knife
Gerber hatchet w/ knife
Signal panel
Signal mirror
Flashlight
Multitool
Iodine tablets
Space blanket
Matches (waterproof)
Lighter
Dining tool
Glow stick
Insect Repellant
Zip Ties
Wire



Next is tools. I know I need to add more to this.

Tools:

Pliers needle nose
Screwdrivers
Universal handle w/ drivers
Torx 10-40
6" & 8" adjustable wrenches
Mini crow bar
Sae sockets
Metric sockets
Socket wrench
3" & 6" socket extenders
Plug socket
Allen wrench set
Swiss Army knife



Next: recovery. Here's what I've got so far:

Recovery:

Snatch Strap 30' 10,000lb work load 30,000lb break strength
Shackle 2t


And last is just a few general items:

General:
Poncho
Tarp
Duct tape
Electrical tape
Leather Gloves
Mini Notebook & pencil

As you can see it all fits neatly into various stuff sacks for ease of use.



The final bag is easy to transport and small to store.


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Looks good!

I'd add some ziploc bags and garbage bags to your list of things to add. They are always useful for all kinds of things.

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Old 08-24-2014, 05:09 PM   #3
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Looks good!

I'd add some ziploc bags and garbage bags to your list of things to add. They are always useful for all kinds of things.
Man you are quick! Immediately after posting I said to myself, "whoops I forgot garbage bags!"

Added. Thanks!
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I didnt notice a tire repair kit.

Maybe a flashlight and flares?
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I didnt notice a tire repair kit.

Maybe a flashlight and flares?
I definitely need to add a tire repair kit. Thank you.

Surefire flashlight is in the Survival stuff sack. (A second is in glove box)

I keep flares and my jumper cables down beneath the rear storage by my factory jack.
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Just added:

Extra pair of wool socks
Garbage bags
Ziplock bags
US Atlas
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As time goes on, you will find all kinds of "stuff" that you wish you had.....Especially AFTER your first break down...
Don't forget TP....unless you really like the feel of leaves and moss.... LOL "BH"
oooops, I guess you could use pages out of the atlas....
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1911, spare mags with plenty of extra ammo.
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1911, spare mags with plenty of extra ammo.
if you didn't hit what you were aiming at by the end of your second clip, you need to go to the range and shoot a bit more
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1911, spare mags with plenty of extra ammo.
I'm a Glock guy, my 1911 is really just for respect to the iconic pistol. I never shoot it.

Tuffy under seat storage serves me well.
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I've got them in my Survival stuff sack.
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Get a Vise Grip. Regular and needle nose.
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Get a Vise Grip. Regular and needle nose.
Thanks! Just added them to my list.
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It is a good start....it is good that you are thinking about being prepared.

Here are my thoughts (not specifically your set up....but in general)

1) Consider the temperatures that your vehicle reaches....extreme highs and lows. food and medications that are not designed to take those temps will go bad quickly. Make sure to rotate them out often.

Datrex bars are a great survival food that works well for auto preparedness.

2) Tools belong in a tool roll. They will decimate anything else in a short time.

3) I prefer to have my equipment in separate packs. Recovery gear is always getting dirty. Food and First aid supplies need to be check and switched out more often than other items. Git and Go bags should be only that....no need to drag along non-essentials. A good back pack or sling bag is a must....who knows how far you will have to hoof it.

4) Make sure to have high quality items in your gear supplies....cover the basics, cutting tools , fire making, water purification, first aid and food.

5) Don't forget self defense....if you don't feel comfortable with a gun, a full sized ax or trench shovel will work just fine. Don't leave anything that you are really attached to in any vehicle....safes and locking consoles won't keep anyone out for long.

6) Think of all the things that commonly go wrong....flat tires, dead batteries, etc....try to be especially prepared for those types of occurances with a good jack, decent lug wrench and jumper cables.

You can't be too prepared.....even for the common stuff that happens.

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It is a good start....it is good that you are thinking about being prepared.

Here are my thoughts (not specifically your set up....but in general)

1) Consider the temperatures that your vehicle reaches....extreme highs and lows. food and medications that are not designed to take those temps will go bad quickly. Make sure to rotate them out often.

Datrex bars are a great survival food that works well for auto preparedness.

2) Tools belong in a tool roll. They will decimate anything else in a short time.

3) I prefer to have my equipment in separate packs. Recovery gear is always getting dirty. Food and First aid supplies need to be check and switched out more often than other items. Git and Go bags should be only that....no need to drag along non-essentials. A good back pack or sling bag is a must....who knows how far you will have to hoof it.

4) Make sure to have high quality items in your gear supplies....cover the basics, cutting tools , fire making, water purification, first aid and food.

5) Don't forget self defense....if you don't feel comfortable with a gun, a full sized ax or trench shovel will work just fine. Don't leave anything that you are really attached to in any vehicle....safes and locking consoles won't keep anyone out for long.

6) Think of all the things that commonly go wrong....flat tires, dead batteries, etc....try to be especially prepared for those types of occurances with a good jack, decent lug wrench and jumper cables.

You can't be too prepared.....even for the common stuff that happens.

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Thanks Doc. All great advice.
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I always have a small EDC kit (knife, multi-tool, flashlight, emergency water filter straw, pen, paper, lighter, Paracord) and a basic first aid kit in my center console. When I'm out and about I carry a full tool kit and survival pack. I'm still working on them both, adding, subtracting, switching things for other things.

Driving around town is one thing but out in the woods, desert, swamps, whatever, you could get stuck for a night or two. Breakdown, weather, injury, etc. I used to carry almost nothing but I almost spent a night outdoors, cold and windy night. After that, I decided to prepare.

Plenty of internet resources on survival/go bags, etc. Someone mentioned a back pack or shoulder bag. Good advice. You might need to leave the Jeep and you want an easy, efficient means to carry your stuff.

Next, use your kit. Don't just toss in the Jeep and forget it. Go out in the woods, set up a shelter, start a fire (when/if legal), filter some water. You don't want to find yourself stuck and discover that you can't actually do the stuff you thought you could. It's also how you find needs you haven't addressed and learn what stuff you thought was essential isn't all that essential.

I see no water or means to filter/boil it. Water is right after shelter. You can die in a few hours if you're exposed to extreme weather/temps but you have the Jeep so that's covered for he most part. Lack of water will kill you in a few days but likely after 36-48 hours you're finished. Food is 2 or 3 weeks, maybe more. I'd carry some water (just a 12 pack of bottles in the back at all times).

Lastly, build your kit, not mine or anyone elses. I live in Nevada, lot's of open country much of which is without cell phone service. I carry a lot. You might be a 5 mile hike from a farm or town and so you just need enough to hoof it out and call for help. Maybe you're somewhere in between. Think about your likely scenarios, plan accordingly.
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You may want to add a pair of channel lock pliers and something to dig with like a folding shovel.
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Added a tire repair kit and vice grips.
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Also moved the tools out of the stuff sack and into a durable tool bag that fits nicely into the oh bag. It should hold up much better than the nylon stuff sack.
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I would suggest more space blankets, one's not enough. I have a snake bite kit a water filter straw, a quick clotting agent, and a compass in addition to the things you mentioned. My first aid kit has a bunch more stuff too, but who knows if I'll ever need it. I added Benadryl, aspirin, naproxen, and burn cream. I live under the motto that I would rather have it and not need it, than need it and not have it. I also keep a Swiss Army Rescue tool in my center console.
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Toilet paper! Unless you want to use a sock or leaves.
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Dutch oven or steel pot with a lid?
Flask of whiskey?
Tabasco?

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I would add a Lifestraw, aspirin, antacids, immodium and bug juice of some sort.
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Here's my own, humble list:

Emergency Kit - always in the Jeep
Maglite (LED)
Jumper cables
Emergency Flares (3)
Fire extinguisher & holder
Space blankets (2)
Buck knife
Survival tool
Tarp, 4x6
Nylon rope
T.P.
Trash bag(s)
Emergency cash

First Aid Kit - always in the Jeep
SOAP Notes (Injury / illness documentation form)
List of drugs in the kit & expiration date
CPR kit
Purell hand sanitizer
60 cc syringe
Digital thermometer
Light & Scope
Scissors
Tweezers
Toothbrush
Q-tips
Tincture of Iodine
Eye Wash
Sam Splint
Arm Splint
Israeli Field Bandage (1)
WoundSeal powder
Gauze roll
Self-sticking tape
4x4 inch sterile gauze dressings (2)
2x2 inch sterile gauze dressings (2)
Neosporin
Cortizone ointment
Band-Aids assortment
Benadryl
Tylenol
Advil
Aspirin
Aleve
Imodium AD
Instant heat pack
Calamine lotion

Tool Set - always in the Jeep
Bit and socket ratchet set
Slip-joint pliers
Cutting pliers
Vise-grip pliers
Adjustable wrench
Heavy hammer
Tire repair kit
Radiator repair putty & fix leak powder
Spare Fuses
Duct tape
Silicon repair tape
Zip ties
Hose clamps, assorted sizes
Cable clamps - for winch rope repair
Ratchet straps (4)
Short bungee cords
Engine oil - 1 qt
AFT+4 fluid - 1 qt
Gear oil - 1 qt
WD-40

Trail Tools - always in the Jeep
Pruning saw
Trail axe
Folding shovel

Recovery Kit - always in the Jeep
SuperWinch TS9500 winch
Hi-Lift Jack, 48" - kept under rear seat
Tow receiver D-Ring shackle assembly
Winch remote
Gloves
Tree saver
Winch cable damper
Recovery strap
D-ring shackles (3)
Snatch blocks (3)

Compressor Kit - take when going offroad
Air Compressor
Tire Deflator

Hi-Lift Jack accessories - take when going offroad
Short chain & hook (2)
Recovery chain - 16 Ft
Brackets & bolts
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Add some military poncho liners. They make great blankets and when added to a poncho make a shelter/sleeping bag.
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Here's my own, humble list:

Emergency Kit - always in the Jeep
Maglite (LED)
Jumper cables
Emergency Flares (3)
Fire extinguisher & holder
Space blankets (2)
Buck knife
Survival tool
Tarp, 4x6
Nylon rope
T.P.
Trash bag(s)
Emergency cash

First Aid Kit - always in the Jeep
SOAP Notes (Injury / illness documentation form)
List of drugs in the kit & expiration date
CPR kit
Purell hand sanitizer
60 cc syringe
Digital thermometer
Light & Scope
Scissors
Tweezers
Toothbrush
Q-tips
Tincture of Iodine
Eye Wash
Sam Splint
Arm Splint
Israeli Field Bandage (1)
WoundSeal powder
Gauze roll
Self-sticking tape
4x4 inch sterile gauze dressings (2)
2x2 inch sterile gauze dressings (2)
Neosporin
Cortizone ointment
Band-Aids assortment
Benadryl
Tylenol
Advil
Aspirin
Aleve
Imodium AD
Instant heat pack
Calamine lotion

Tool Set - always in the Jeep
Bit and socket ratchet set
Slip-joint pliers
Cutting pliers
Vise-grip pliers
Adjustable wrench
Heavy hammer
Tire repair kit
Radiator repair putty & fix leak powder
Spare Fuses
Duct tape
Silicon repair tape
Zip ties
Hose clamps, assorted sizes
Cable clamps - for winch rope repair
Ratchet straps (4)
Short bungee cords
Engine oil - 1 qt
AFT+4 fluid - 1 qt
Gear oil - 1 qt
WD-40

Trail Tools - always in the Jeep
Pruning saw
Trail axe
Folding shovel

Recovery Kit - always in the Jeep
SuperWinch TS9500 winch
Hi-Lift Jack, 48" - kept under rear seat
Tow receiver D-Ring shackle assembly
Winch remote
Gloves
Tree saver
Winch cable damper
Recovery strap
D-ring shackles (3)
Snatch blocks (3)

Compressor Kit - take when going offroad
Air Compressor
Tire Deflator

Hi-Lift Jack accessories - take when going offroad
Short chain & hook (2)
Recovery chain - 16 Ft
Brackets & bolts
Very helpful! Thank you very much!

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