156 piece socket set Hammer Channellock pliers A tool roll with box ends Breaker bar Vice grips Assorted screw drivers Write cutters Zip ties Assorted electrical stuff(wires connectors tape) Some bungee cordsNew ish owner looking to put together my on board tool kit. Something to stay in the jeep and just cover a wide range of things that could be needed on the trail or where ever. What do you have in yours?
No wonder why you have an unlimited.:lmao:Toolkit:
A 60-piece Kobalt bit & socket wrench kit (SAE+metric, various bits)
Breaker bar with larger sockets (like 18mm)
Hose clamps, various sizes
Tire repair kit
Radiator repair putty
Silicon repair tape
1 quart each gear oil, engine oil, ATF fluid
Then of course all the recovery stuff.
LOL I also have a recovery kit (tree saver, strap, 4 shackles, 3 snatch blocks, winch remote); a high lift jack under the rear seat and bag of accessories (chains, jack base etc); compressor; a first aid kit that qualifies as a field hospital; survival stuff (snacks, tarp, flares, knife, TP etc); and a fire extinguisher.No wonder why you have an unlimited.:lmao:
Not sure I want to go where you're going...... :lmao:Light meter
pliers, dikes, silicone tape, electrical tape, zip ties
fuses, relays, jumper wire
big axe, little axe, shovel, big saw, little saw, rope
reflective vest, gloves, respirator, fire extinguisher, triage toe tags, nitrile gloves, various colored markers, hard hat, goggles, gas shut-off tool, pry bar, ERG (Emergency Response Guidebook), flashlights, rain gear, more gloves
snap strap, shackles, tree saver, snatch block
toilet paper, portable loo
2M radio, CB SSB
Here's my version of said board. I bought three adhesive backed rubber tread tiles from harbor freight and stuck them to 1/2" plywood cut to fit my trunk area. It covers the carpet and if I need them for support they are there.I've been meaning to throw in a board in case i need to use the jack on loose/muddy soil. Other than that, a less complete version of what others have mentioned.