|09-05-2013 07:31 PM|
Just be smart about it. It's easy to get carried away and next thing you know you'll be carrying your whole damn garage with you and your Jeep will be a pig.
Simple socket kit/auto repair kit is great to have because it has all the basic tools plus a lot of other basic tools. They come in nice carrying cases that store easy.
Simple replacement parts like serp belt and radiator hoses are essential. Other things like shafts are great, but not always necessary.
Basic recovery equipment like d-rings and straps.
First aid kit. There are some nice kits at places like Target that come in plastic waterproof cases that fit under the seat. Regardless of off road I always have the first aid kit under the drivers seat.
food/water should be obvious.
Finally, remember you're going Jeeping, not preparing for the zombie apocalypse.
|09-05-2013 07:02 PM|
|Gixxer86g||Ratcheting tie downs. They saved me two Sundays ago when the bolts and nutserts on the right side of my TC skidplate gave way on a rough trail. I used the tie downs a fellow Jeeper carried to help get to a place to call AAA for a tow.|
|09-05-2013 03:42 PM|
|09-05-2013 03:32 PM|
|Boyd||How abought creative ways to store all the gear except just removing the rear seat and tossing it in? I was thinking of getting a pelican like plastic container and bolting it to the floor and pad locking it, so it can be stolen.|
|09-05-2013 02:42 PM|
|09-05-2013 02:05 PM|
Going downhill, the gas was trickling down on us and gathering on the floor pan.
I was clinging to that fire extinguisher like no other.
|09-05-2013 11:06 AM|
|09-05-2013 09:02 AM|
You can find these at Pep Boys, or anywhere on the web... Amazon, Ebay, etc. Expect to pay ~$60 - $80.
These will fill one 33" tire from 15 to 30 psi in 3 minutes. You can air-up and be on the road in about 15 minutes from start to finish. Not super fast, but reasonable if you plan for it.
I've had one for almost 10 years now, works great.
Be sure you get the model with the battery clips, not the cigarette lighter plug. Lots of info on the web if you google the part numbers.
|09-05-2013 08:50 AM|
Recovery strap and not a tow strap. No tow straps with metal hooks!!!!
Hammer, wrenches, sockets, 36mm socket 13mm 12 pt socket (TJ's hub sockets), u joints, pliers, duct tape, ratchet straps, block of wood for your jack to sit on and the list goes on and on.
Be prepared and what kind of Jeep?
|09-05-2013 08:06 AM|
|09-05-2013 06:30 AM|
|Aseventyfive||I keep a small bahco folding saw in all of my vehicles. Would I need anything as far as armor for my jeep?|
|09-03-2013 07:10 PM|
|Finazzo007||I've keep a small hand saw on me at all times. Just a $15 dollar one from home depot is what I have. Had to use it 3 times and its real handy for cutting out large logs that can't be drove over.|
|09-03-2013 01:43 PM|
I'll make sure I have extra fluids for the vehicle too.
|09-03-2013 01:36 PM|
|Aseventyfive||I have 33" tires. Do I need a compressor that is rated to fill 33" or should I get one that can fill 35"?|
|09-03-2013 07:26 AM|
In addition to the things listed I bring some wd40 and electric connection cleaner. My used air filter. Tools to pull spark plugs. Trash bags and extra snacks just in case.
Depending on the trail I'll also bring some oil extra arb air line.
|09-03-2013 06:58 AM|
added these items to mylist
Tire plug kit
Extinguisher FIrst aid kit
Hoses and serpentine belt
I have a cb in my rig and I'll be going with a couple other guys. One of which has been to these trails before.
|09-03-2013 12:26 AM|
|motrctyman||Long zip ties and toilet paper|
|09-03-2013 12:04 AM|
|09-03-2013 12:00 AM|
|Mello Mike||Here's a recent thread on the subject: http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/jeep...it-264668.html|
|09-02-2013 09:56 PM|
Make sure your snorkel stays sealed to your airbox.
Search for "death of a rubicon" on YouTube. That park claimed a "victim" haha
|09-02-2013 08:16 PM|
|09-02-2013 06:16 PM|
|4Jeepn||while not something to bring... tell someone were you are going,who with and what time you will be back.|
|09-02-2013 05:42 PM|
|flflash||No Jeep should go anywhere without a fire extinguisher.|
|09-02-2013 05:38 PM|
A tire plug and patch kit is something I always carry, as well as a small compresor. Actually I have a huge aluminum box full of tools & spare parts but I wouldn't want to be out there without a way to fix a second flat tire. More than once I've had to plug tires, especially for others. Safety Seal makes very good tire plug kit.
Other misc. stuff without getting into the 100 item list that is easy to create... spare tire stems, spare tire stem valves. I also carry my old radiator hoses & serpentine belt as spares. A roll of duct tape can be handy, a first-aid kit and fire extinguisher should be considered required, and a tube of JB-Weld is a good idea.
There are hundreds of potential items you can carry but there's no need to get overly concerned on a green trail on your first time out. The list of parts you said you'd be carrying was already very good.
Hopefully you already have a CB radio, that is the universal means most Jeepers use to talk on the trail. Have fun, be sure to air down enough.
|09-02-2013 05:37 PM|
First aid kit
Water for you
Water for the jeep(just in case)
|09-02-2013 05:29 PM|
I'm heads up to Rausch creek in a couple of weeks and wanted to know if there are any pieces of equipment that are essential. This is my first trail and I'll be on the green trail. I already had a bottle jack
Multi screw driver
Allen key set
Star Allen key set