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Old 06-28-2017, 03:21 PM
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The Gear List

Noticed another forum member's question about "What is a basic gear items list one should keep in the jeep?" With the help of @Hilldweller , myself and others I've created a list of possible items for all those interested as their check list. Copy, Paste this check list and save for future reference.

Electronics
⎕Ham radio / CB radio / walkie talkie
⎕Variety of sized batteries
⎕Multi meter
⎕Solar panels
⎕Solar battery charger
⎕Solar / Crank radio/Flashlight
⎕Cell phone/s Multiple carriers

Navigation
⎕Phablet/Tablet
⎕Binoculars
⎕Compass
⎕Laminated travel maps
⎕Paper Maps
⎕Topographical maps
⎕Travel brochures

Emergency Roadside
⎕Flashlights
⎕Jumper cables
⎕Tire plug kit
⎕Air compressor
⎕Roll of electrical tape / duct tape
⎕Extra fuses
⎕Fire extinguisher
⎕Reflective vests

Vehicle Recovery
⎕Rigging gear/straps/shackles
⎕Bungee
⎕Leather work gloves
⎕Safety glasses
⎕Rope

Camp Multitool / Fire Starter
⎕Maul hatchet saws, box cutter, knife, shovel
⎕Flint rock
⎕Wet/dry matches/Lighter
⎕Steel wool
⎕Shielded 9 volt battery
⎕Lodge Cast Iron Skillet
⎕Lodge Cast Iron Dutch Oven

Medical Necessities
⎕Sturdy First responder kit
⎕Variety of bandage tapes and sizes
⎕Antiseptics
⎕Gauss
⎕Acetone
⎕Aspirin
⎕Alcohol
⎕Bug repellent
⎕Cotton balls
⎕Q-Tips
⎕Painter's stirs

Clothing
⎕Spare clothes
⎕Shoes/boots
⎕Shoe laces
⎕Hats
⎕Sweaters
⎕Rain gear
⎕Socks
⎕Sunglasses
⎕Sewing Kit

Perishables
⎕Collapsible water container
⎕Collapsible cooler
⎕Freeze dried food
⎕Bottle Water

Camp Storage / Tent repair
⎕Trash bags
⎕Zip lock bags
⎕Toilet paper
⎕Tent Patch
⎕Tent sealer
⎕Portable table

Vehicle Repair Kit
⎕Ratchet set
⎕Socket set
⎕Various tools pliers screwdrivers
⎕Torque wrench
⎕Torque set
⎕Variety sized Zip ties

Pet Goods
⎕Pet treats/food
⎕Pet bowls/leashes
⎕Pet Bedding

Hidden assets
⎕Hidden Emergency cash
⎕Extra set of keys or FOM

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Amending the Gear List

Wanted to go into a bit more detail about the gear list. based on how you travel, one can or should amend this list based on your participate needs and travel style. This basic list is just a few common items and can be expanded to suit your style.

Not coming from a hunter family or a hunter's traveling style, we've selected modest gear lists devoted toward the camping and cooking aspect. As everyone knows, there are hunters and there are gatherers. So if anyone ever overlands with us, be prepared for a feast.

The wife is the cook in the family so our gear list would include several of the sub categories with a few items added like spices, sugar, salt, pepper, oils butter, bacon etc. A lot of times most of these items which cant withstand the interior of the jeep 24/7 would have to be brought into the site before reaching the destination.

So copy, paste and print out your gear list today.

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Great list!

I also carry:
Fuel
Fluids (oil, etc)
Folding Chairs
Trasharoo
Firearm, extra ammo
Jumper battery (LINK)
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Amending the Gear List Part II

One might notice a few oddball items in particular parts of the gear list.. I was trying to place this according their usefulness. Case in point.. What?.. Paint stirs on the medical section?. Yes, and I was trying to figure out which area these should have been located.

The main objective of the paint stirs is that because they are sturdy, and why I placed them in the medical section, is because these can be used to create small splints or twist tourniquets. Also, these can be shaved or whittled down for kindling.

See any more oddball item?. Or have suggestion?.. Post it below.
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Good items @Blue Baby Sound If you need me to create or amend the list with a blank area so it can be used for "fill In the blanks"
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What about protection? For those that still live in non-commie states? Maybe add a spot for those that have trailers?

I'm not an overlander, but do enjoy reading the threads I even have a Comanche trailer that I would ultimately love to "expo" out. Great sub-forum none the less
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What about protection? For those that still live in non-commie states? Maybe add a spot for those that have trailers?
I think the gear list is inclusive of those of us with trailers. My trailer is mostly bought, not built, but I'll still do a "build" thread on it here shortly.

BBS mentioned a Trasharoo, but I use a pop up garbage that I find convenient and holds enough to get me to a drop station. Clean trash goes right in it, but we also hang a garbage bag inside it for "dirty" trash.

https://www.amazon.com/Coghlans-Pop-.../dp/B006EHAJSG
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I didn't see trailer in that list, to haul all that stuff!
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I think the gear list is inclusive of those of us with trailers. My trailer is mostly bought, not built, but I'll still do a "build" thread on it here shortly.

BBS mentioned a Trasharoo, but I use a pop up garbage that I find convenient and holds enough to get me to a drop station. Clean trash goes right in it, but we also hang a garbage bag inside it for "dirty" trash.

https://www.amazon.com/Coghlans-Pop-.../dp/B006EHAJSG
I'm definitely not one that believes in "built not bought". I just wanted a Comanche trailer to match the TJ.....so I paid to have someone else build it. I'll just add things that will bolt on I just enjoy more of the camping themes rather than rock crawler ones. I even like Tacos/Land Cruisers/Rovers
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cash money hidden on the jeep. If someone is really going to go overlanding there are places and people who will only accept cash money. you break down and need joe the welder to come and fix something in the middle of nowhere you better be able to pay with cash. My buddy ran into that recently he had multiple CC and bubba said nope gotta be cash. This was a tow truck operator in the sticks.
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Maybe add a spot for those that have trailers?
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I didn't see trailer in that list, to haul all that stuff!
Agreed with the trail comments, But the gear list I created was merely for those just starting out wanting to know just a few things they might want to care along on their travels. Although we're not going to tow a trail and I can't answer the questions as to what should be on a towed trailer, This would be best left to those of you who actually have and use trailers on your overlandings.

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cash money hidden on the jeep...
Been there done that, and we learn the hard way.. left stranded in a small town without cash hindered our ability to return home on time. In order to get some cash to us, we had to wire for help. I can't suggest how much should be kept on your vehicle but I will suggest a water tight container surely placed in a nondescript area.

Being almost addicted to the "Airborne" product, we've amassed a collection of these round tubes, the shortest of which can hole a roll of quarters. Used for tunnel tolls or laundry.
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Chocolate bars and condoms....
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Chocolate bars and condoms....

Ok, I'll bite. Is this for the lady when the sun goes down or another use?

Sounds like 2 items a pedophile keeps in his van....
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Ok, I'll bite. Is this for the lady when the sun goes down or another use?

Sounds like 2 items a pedophile keeps in his van....
I had a buddy that came back from Vietnam ---- we went camping. All he brought was those items, a Camillus Navy Pilot Knife, matches, and a sleeping bag.
I didn't ask Beefy too many questions about it.
We caught some fish so he could eat. Then he took off his shirt and ran off in the woods for a few hours.
Fun guy to camp with but the war sorta broke him a bit.
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Like the thread, TrailBadger. Good job.

A lot of these items should already be in ones go-bag. There should be a bag in every car you own and a couple at the house.

I'm not a prepper, but fully stand by the idea of being prepared for who knows what. At some level though, you really can't carry a whole general store with you.
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When we were doing Scout camping I had a list like that. It's really a work in progress, constantly updating and changing from trip to trip. The more you go out, the more you learn what you need and what you don't.

It's a good list, starts people thinking.

I'd add;

Navigation - GPS
Emergency Roadside - Extra batteries for flashlight, flares (either pyro or electric)
Vehicle Recovery - expand that since this is a checklist to compare to what's loaded
Fire Starter - waterproof matchbox
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One item missing here that I would strongly suggest: a satellite GPS emergency device like Spot or Delorme if you will be "way off grid". While I know ham getsmore transmission range than CB, I believe just how much is determined by the type of unit you have. An added bonus is the satellite devices require no licensing or training or even install, and automatically transmit GPS coordinates. They also have a "911" feature that will directly go to first responders.
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@mommymallcrawler because I do not have access to editing my topics, I feel you're more than welcome to edit, add or subtract what ever you fell necessary in the opening statement. After all you are a moderator and you can edit others texts.. or so I've been told.
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@mommymallcrawler because I do not have access to editing my topics, I feel you're more than welcome to edit, add or subtract what ever you fell necessary in the opening statement. After all you are a moderator and you can edit others texts.. or so I've been told.
Editing the list everytime someone adds something is going to get quite high maintenance. And not everyone will take all the items on any list - they will probably copy your list, delete from it, and add to it. How about I add a bold faced comment after your "feel free to add more" to "Please see what suggestions others have made and keep those in mind to add to your list as needed."? If you want different wording, PM me and I will add it.
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I like to keep a full size shovel and axe with me. I think I need to buy stock in Quick Fist... I have them all over my trailer now.



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Defining the List: Phablet/Tablet/Cell phone/s Multiple carriers

Wanted to explain a few things about adding the phablet/tablet and cell phones.. According to how we're going to have these devices done, each devices uses the same services but has a different carrier.. My cell uses AT&T while the wife's cell uses Verizon and once we acquire the phablet/tablet it will use T-Mobile. This way we cover all our bases in case one or more devices doesn't pick up a signal in certain areas.
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Read the list; don't completely agree (but that's OK)...
...after near 3 decades of Jeepin' (including DD's)...
"What is a basic gear items list one should keep in the jeep?"...my answer;
Offroad driving expertise.
A spare tire with air.
Tire changing tools including either the OEM jack or a hydraulic bottle jack (not harbor freight they leak).
A tire plug kit.
On board air or at least a reliable portable air compressor (how else will you air back up?).
A snatch strap (not a rope not a tow strap, not most "recovery straps") with a minimum stretch of 20%.
At least one rated shackle.
Frame mounted recovery points front and rear.
First responder training.
A small FAK (First aid kit) not an ouch kit...If it doesn't include Vet-wrap or an ace bandage it is probably insufficient (vet-wrap is my second most used item...on other people).
A fire extinguisher is OK...needed one, once in 30 years, but dirt was closer and quicker...
A minimum of a GENUINE USGI issue E-tool; NOT a chinese wannabe/imitation, a full sized spade is better but stores poorly.
a Svensaw or other good collapsible bow saw.

Carried spare belts a hoses and fluids for years; but they should never be needed (DO regular maintenance instead). Note; if playing in the water DO bring extra oils and fluids.
Had winches on several Jeeps; they are more used/needed for/by others than for properly set up Jeeps.
Phones tablets etc. ??? (if they work you are too close to civilization, IMO)... don't count on them.

When (less than extreme) wheeling and camping;
I normally throw in the Jeep tool kit; with tools to remove and replace all of the low torque fasteners on the Jeep (fits in a small canvass bag or 5.56 ammo can).
Extra u-joint straps (with wrench) and at least one extra U-joint for each size in the vehicle powertrain. Note; a hammer helps when changing axle joints but it has been done with rocks, or a rock and a hammer...(a hammer and sockets are preferable; one socket to use as drift on the U-joint cap and a larger one to drop the opposing cap into). Snap ring pliers are better than a pocket knife or thin screw driver for snap rings.
Note; if playing in the water DO bring extra oils and fluids.

When bringing extra fuel or playing in water, also include a siphon hose.

Since I am getting ever more antique... a roll of TP in a waterproof container...(use the E-tool to dig and cover a cat hole).

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Your list leans more towards a daily wheeling trip than a month long expedition. But good info just the same.
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Yep! but the original post was for basic gear to be kept in the Jeep; naturally the longer the trip the more gear would be required...though not necessarily kept in the Jeep after.

This thread is handy as it made me remember what worked best in the Ol' jeep that can be transferred to the TJ.
I note that I forgot a good water resistant long runtime LED flashlight...(a flashlight was on the original list).

Note to self; get one of the D cell angle head LED conversions out of stock and find a home for it in the TJ... (Velcro one wrap + rolbar next to driver's seat)...

Unfortunately, limited storage space, and chance of theft, effectively limits the gear that resides in vehicle...

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(Edit); the flashlight fit better on the passenger side (the driver's side is occupied by the fire extinguisher). The trifold e-tool fit s under the driver's seat (after installation of seat risers). The small FAK fits under the front of the Driver's seat (again after riser install). The Svensaw is one-wrapped (Velcro) to the electrical cable, under the rear window, over the rear drivers side fender well. The snatch strap, jumper cables and shackle is in a flat bag in the rear driver's side passenger foot well (until I find a better spot).

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