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12-28-2006 09:29 PM
Texapple
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Originally Posted by 1BLKJP View Post
Yeah, Jeepn my trail box looks just about like yours. I know I carry too much stuff with me. However I know that if I need something my buddies have it and if they need something I have it so we are all covered.

Oh, and my 2 rolls of shop towels can double as TP if needed. They are truly the quicker picker upper.


same here on the trail^^^^^ I just take Frank
12-28-2006 08:22 PM
18derrick Dont forget about "The New Bailers Twine" Zip Ties. You can never have enough of those things.
12-28-2006 05:52 PM
4Jeepn
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Originally Posted by 1BLKJP View Post
Yeah, Jeepn my trail box looks just about like yours. I know I carry too much stuff with me. However I know that if I need something my buddies have it and if they need something I have it so we are all covered.

Oh, and my 2 rolls of shop towels can double as TP if needed. They are truly the quicker picker upper.
yeap, I guess we both carry a full shop in our jeeps. Always have, always will. Next on my list is an on board welder.. but that will be a while.
12-28-2006 04:00 PM
1BLKJP Yeah, Jeepn my trail box looks just about like yours. I know I carry too much stuff with me. However I know that if I need something my buddies have it and if they need something I have it so we are all covered.

Oh, and my 2 rolls of shop towels can double as TP if needed. They are truly the quicker picker upper.
12-28-2006 09:10 AM
pkarlie01 lets not leave out the kitchen sink. lol
12-28-2006 08:09 AM
Scout Don't forget the toilet paper!
12-28-2006 05:17 AM
4Jeepn I carrry way to much. but for a basic kit carry a mix of std and metric wrenches, small, med and big. I seem to use the 13mm a lot on mine. Below is some of the other crap I carry

basic stuff
1st aid kit
Hammer
Vice Grips
Gloves
small tarp in case I break down in mud
shovel
Knife
Multi-tool, such as a leatherman or the like
screw drivers
Torq's set
breaker-bar 3/4
socket set
Flash light

Other crap con't
oil
oil filter
recovery gear, chain, straps, clevis d-rings
u-joints drive shaft
36mm socket for the front hub and the 13mm 12pt wrench for the hub bolts.
spare axle shafts,for dana 30 even though I don't own one anymore..lol
jumper cables
hacksaw
radiator stop leak
rtv blue gasket maker
epoxy
jb weld
tire repair kits
brake parts cleaner
PB Blaster
Gear oil
upper and lower raditor hose's
extra track-bar
extra front steering parts
hand clearner
cotter pins
mixed nuts and bolts
rain gear
12-28-2006 12:41 AM
02 sahara
Trail Tools?

Hey guys I think im finally gonna be able to take my jeep for some good offroading and was wondering what are some of the most basic tools that i will need to have on me. Besides duck tape lol.... Is there a standard size wrench i should have on me or whats should I be packing?

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