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Old 03-08-2014, 12:50 PM   #1
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Tools for my tool roll

M setting up a tool roll that I made to keep under my seat. What are the most coming sizes to use on the jk and what would you put you just general use also.

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I have two sets of box wrenches metric and standard along with two sets of sockets half-inch drive metric and standard... Locking vice grips pliers screwdrivers etc. Also carry role of gorilla tape couple extra radiator clamps... And on an exceptionally hard trail I'll carry brake fluid etc. A good pair of work gloves... And a magnet to hold on the bolts and screws so you don't lose them in the dirt or mud.

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Old 03-08-2014, 01:07 PM   #3
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I have this and as of now I have never found any bolt or nut standard or metric it wouldn't fit. It comes with screwdriver bits and a light. Face it there is just not to much you can fix in the woods.
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Old 03-08-2014, 01:21 PM   #4
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This is what I have that I will be putting all the tools in. I'm not trying to do trail repairs with this by any means. I'm just getting a basic tool set with a few sockets to keep under my seat. I have enough tools in the garage if I need to do a real repair.

For example since I ride mountain and road bikes I'm keep a 10,12,13,15 on a all thread to slide into one pocket.
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Old 03-08-2014, 02:10 PM   #5
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I don't carry a roll, but I carry this Kobalt mechanics tool kit. I keep it in the back, easy access, easy removal.

Shop Kobalt 138-Piece Standard (SAE) and Metric Combination Mechanic's Tool Set at Lowes.com
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Tools and Equipment
3/8 drive socket set, Metric, Torx and Standard.
Standard wrenches, 5/64 - 7/8.
Metric wrenches, 8 - 19.
Standard hex key set, 5/64 - 1/4.
Metric hex key set, 1.5 - 5.
Torx key set, T9 - T40.
Ratchet screwdriver.
Adjustable wrenches, med. and small .
Vise grips, small and large.
Rubber Hammer.
Two small pry bars.
Folding four-way tire tool.
Jumper cables.
20 Foot tow strap.
Ratchet tie downs.
Vinyl tape.
Heavy duty zip ties.
Large pocket knife (Ralph Jr.).
Tire gauge.
Flashlight LED.
Air compressor AC/DC.
Hand vac DC .
Fire ext.
OEM tire jack and tool.
Lighters.
Plug gap tool.
Assorted spare Jeep parts.
6 foot tape measure.
Tool magnet.
Army TA 50
Remington 870 Scout and 30 rounds.
P38 can opener.
Army earplugs and case.
Army safety pin large.
Nomax gloves.
Army work gloves.
Shoulder holster U.S..
DCU boonie hat.
Three 1 Qt. Army canteens.
Army goggles.
Platoon pendent.

BDU’s tops and bottom.
Field jacket.

Combat life savers bag.
10 feet of 1 inch webbing.

Army cleaning brush.
100 mile an hour tape.
100 feet 550 cord.
Army Leatherman tool.
E-tool with case.

Suppressor Ear Protectors.
Bushnell 10x25 Binoculars with Camera.

Tees, socks and UW.
Boot Blousers.
TP, Soap, Wipes and DO.
Sleeping bag.
Spare glasses and repair kit.
Maps.

Rucksack.
ToolBag.
Desert Camo CVC Bag.
Army Duffle Bag.
DCU bandanas.
Desert Shemagh.
Tactical Rifle Case with 6 Pockets.

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I like to carry a case of beer, a cooler, some ice, some beef jerky & a sleeping bag. I'm good to go. Oh yeah…can't forget wife!
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Old 03-08-2014, 03:38 PM   #8
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Here's what I have. I might have to make a few changes when I sell my TJ and buy a JK, but I think this will cover it. I also have a survival bag that goes with me when I go out in the boonies similar 1Topp (by the way, love that set up 1Topp) but you asked about tools so I won't go into that. Not everything is in the picture, like the jumper cables, and I'm missing a few recovery item like a strap.

· 1/2” Ratchet Set, Standard and Metric With Torx Sockets
· Standard and Metric Combo Wrench set
· Crescent Wrenches (Large and Small)
· 13mm 12 point closed end wrench
· 21mm socket
· T-50 torx for door removal
· 18mm socket
· Vice Grips
· Torx Wrench Set
· Allen Wrench Set (Metric and Standard)
· Multi-Screw Driver
· Pliers
· Dykes
· Ball Peen Hammer
· Zip Ties
· Bungees
· Duct Tape
· Bailing Wire
· Gloves
· Paracord
· Jumper Cables
· Lug Wrench
· Folding Saw
· Entrenching Tool
· Fire Extinguisher
· First aid Kit
· Flashlight (LED)

It all fits in that bag (18x10x10-ish) and weighs about thirty pounds. Might be a bit overkill for the kind of off-roading I do (dirt roads, two tracks, logging roads), but rather have it and never need it than need it and not have it.

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