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Old 01-20-2013, 01:51 PM   #61

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Old 01-20-2013, 02:54 PM   #62
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Originally Posted by Blstravler
Runing out of gas and not being able to get more gas for the genny made me move to a Natural Gas powered generator for the house.
In a BIG disaster will the natural gas pumping stations still be operating? Will your generator switch to propane and if so are you prepared to do that?

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Old 05-31-2013, 08:13 AM   #63
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I know I saw a picture of this before but does anybody know the brand or where to get the a red bag first aid kit that attaches to your roll bar? I saw black ones before but I cant find a red one
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Old 06-19-2014, 06:28 AM   #64
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Jeep Ownership and Prepping

So IMHO, it seems like being a Jeep owner and being a prepper seem to go hand in hand. When you are out on the trails, you slowly learn things from people you go with from their experiences, learn from yours, and always try to prepare better for the next time you hit the trails. So in a sense you are prepping, just for a different goal. So being a prepper in other areas (whatever your opinion of the situation will be) is almost second nature or for me atleast. Maybe being in the Army has kind of pushed me towards that, but it just makes sense. My Brigade was deployed from Fort Hood, TX to provide support for JTF Katrina. After seeing that it really drove things home for us.

I know that no one has posted on this thread for a hot minute, but I'd like to keep it going. With things that people do to their Rig to make it a better BOV!
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Old 06-19-2014, 07:20 AM   #65
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I have thought for a while that it would be great to have a thread just for Jeeps built as get home/bug out vehicles. Lots of Jeepers are gun owners, current/former military or LE, and being prepared for the worst case scenario goes with the territory. Now there is an overland/expedition rig thread, but that doesn't cover all the bases to discuss a SHTF type situation.
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Old 08-05-2014, 12:31 AM   #66
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I'm still building my set up but in the back of my rig I always have the following: box of MREs, dog food, 3 day bug out backpack with spare clothing, 2 man tent, max ax shovel and pick set, tool kit, emergency vehicle kit, and first aid kit. There's also flashlights in almost every door. Also have fuel cans but haven't figured out how to mount them yet
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Old 08-06-2014, 12:34 AM   #67
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Obviously try to stay with the rig long as we can.. That's the fastest way out and home. If the vehicle must be left then be ready to go on foot. My ideal bug out backpack would have enough to sustain my trek for 3 days in the event all hell breaks loose. (Protection, food, water, meds). Once home I should have enough to hold down the fort. If the house is jacked then it's time to find all means to an alternative if ya know what I mean. Stocking up on preserved foods will solve the refrigerator/power problem.

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