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02-28-2012 04:11 PM
willee51
Ok!

.... where is Jimbox If he has not responded to this thread, he must be in Jail w/no WiFi

02-27-2012 11:06 PM
dirt dawber channel lock pliers, vise grips, hammer, adjustable wrenchs, flathead and philips screw drivers, small socket set with ratchet, electrical tape, extra pocket knife, all are stored in water tight container.
02-27-2012 06:26 PM
Baby Huey
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Originally Posted by willee51 View Post
was in the Mtn's riding the fireroads a few days ago, after some Wind-From-Hell, and there was a number of trees down!

Any of you folks carry a small chain-saw as part of your gear
Always a good idea, especially around timber country during times of snow and high winds. Problem with that is then ya gotta haul a gas can for the saw or just siphon some out and mix it on the spot..
We always take a saw during Elk Season here, better than being trapped in the woods by downed timber if it's too big to pull out of the road... "BH"
02-27-2012 04:13 PM
willee51
Question:

was in the Mtn's riding the fireroads a few days ago, after some Wind-From-Hell, and there was a number of trees down!

Any of you folks carry a small chain-saw as part of your gear
02-27-2012 04:13 PM
InvertChaos
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Originally Posted by willee51
........... cannot wait till Jimbox gets here with his list and pix of equipment

U will not believe it
Seriously it's nuts!
02-27-2012 04:10 PM
willee51
Well...........

........... cannot wait till Jimbox gets here with his list and pix of equipment

U will not believe it
02-27-2012 02:34 PM
Baby Huey I have a plastic crate in the back of the "Silver Box"....

AXE,Shovel,Come-a-long,4 way,quart of oil, Fire Extinguisher,TP,Paper Towels,two Nylon tow ropes in a separate tool bag,Bailing wire,Gloves, Thats about it for now. I am just getting started outfitting this rig.

Plans are, A first Aide Kit, few tools, extra fan belt,High Lift with a few attachments, Some Hooks in the chassis so I have a place to pull on, a trailer hitch. I have built a 2X2 tow stinger with a 3/8 Slip hook to pull with, but don't have the hitch yet. "BH"
02-27-2012 11:36 AM
ArmyW4 TOILET PAPER, tow strap, snatch block, tree strap, small compressor, small set of end wrenches, sockets (with torx bits) and screwdrivers, multi-plier, fire extinguisher, flashlight, tire repair kit with plugs, portable handheld CB, large zip ties, first aid kit, folding four point lug wrench.
02-26-2012 10:15 PM
InvertChaos forgot, I just added a fire extinguisher as well

Quote:
Originally Posted by hazmatcom1
Oh I miss understood torque wench thought it was air driven.
Nope, just a clicker style.
02-26-2012 10:15 PM
hazmatcom1 Oh I miss understood torque wench thought it was air driven.
02-26-2012 10:14 PM
gunslinger24 Tow rope, tree strap, snatch block, socket set, open ended wrench set, 550 cord, shovel, MRE'S, MSR mini stove, mini cook set, wire cutters, knife, tire iron, and I think that's it. I also have a fire extinguisher and first aid kit strapped to the roll bar.
02-26-2012 10:13 PM
InvertChaos
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Originally Posted by hazmatcom1
Wow how big is your compressor and tank? And where did you mount them? I thought you need alot of air to run tools of that sort.
Oh its not that serious or powerful enough to run any air tools that's for sure. Its just a little one that uses alligator clips to hook onto the battery to air back up tires and what not. However I have seen people use York engine driven air compressors and mount small tanks in the under carriage and what not. I don't need that though.
02-26-2012 10:11 PM
hazmatcom1 Wow how big is your compressor and tank? And where did you mount them? I thought you need alot of air to run tools of that sort.
02-26-2012 10:06 PM
InvertChaos What I have in mine right now is an air compressor, torque wrench, recovery strap, shackle and clevis, small multi purpose tool set, small ratchet set, and a cab cover.
02-26-2012 10:02 PM
hazmatcom1 I've got a .50cal ammo can bolted down in the back that has basic tools, thinking about getting a small fire extinguisher, and a 1 1/2 inch ~20 foot tow cable with steel eyes. Anything I should add to it? Kinda new to this but love it. Im thinking about getting jumper cables, they don't take up any space in anyother vehical but in wranglers it seems they take up more space than the engine -_- any way to get around that.
02-26-2012 09:48 PM
baitfish13
On board OH s#!t/tool bag!!!

Lets see what everyone carries in their tool/recovery bag!!!

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