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Post Re: What do you carry with you on a trip?
I don't have a list, it would be pretty long. I just go through everything pulling out what I need, and thinking through scenarios that did happen, or could happen. Maybe I should make a list.

Here is some of the stuff.
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December 30th, 2015, 10:01 pm
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A list is nice and over the years you start refining it. I've broken ball joints, but such a small items, I may forget them when I'm packing. I'm hoping to get a more permanent set of wheeling tools some day, but until then, I pack for every trip.

In refining, for example, I no longer carry antifreeze. Any water will work great getting me off the trail. When my old fan clutch failed and caused the coolant to over boil, I added water straight from Ellis creek!

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chexmix wrote:
I no longer carry antifreeze. Any water will work great getting me off the trail. When my old fan clutch failed and caused the coolant to over boil, I added water straight from Ellis creek!


My thinking on Antifreeze, if I'm in a situation where it is needed i am probably leaking fluid and i would prefer to not leak any more green stuff than the initial loss. Also if it's an overheat situation water cools better that Antifreeze anyway

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LuckyLindy wrote:
chexmix wrote:
I no longer carry antifreeze. Any water will work great getting me off the trail. When my old fan clutch failed and caused the coolant to over boil, I added water straight from Ellis creek!


My thinking on Antifreeze, if I'm in a situation where it is needed i am probably leaking fluid and i would prefer to not leak any more green stuff than the initial loss. Also if it's an overheat situation water cools better that Antifreeze anyway

Go a step further, if you have space for 3 gals of water for you and 3 gals of antifreeze the truck. Replace with water, now in a emergency I have 6 gals of water to drink!

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This list (first post) is still indispensable for me. Last weekend I gave my coil to a guy to help him get off the trail. This weekend I used an old ujoint. Don't forget to save your used parts you change as spares in the future.

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Truck Stuff
-Tow Strap
-Tow shackles
-Hitch pin
-Gallon of coolant, Gallon of water, Gallon of 50/50
-Engine oil
-ATF
-Gear oil
-Brake Fluid
-WD40
-Starting fluid
-Fix-A-Flat
-High Lift
-Bottle Jack
-Tire iron
-Spare Belt
-Some spare hoses
-Spare spark plug wires, distributor cap and ignition coil
-10 GA wire with miscellaneous electrical connectors
-Spare U-Joint
-Jumper Cables
-Spare starter solenoid

Tools
-Shovel
-Duct Tape
-Cable ties
-Full socket set, metric and standard, deep and shallow
-Wrenches
-Vice Grip
-Various pliers
-Various screwdrivers
-Hammer or two
-Gas siphon
-Wire cutter, crimper, and splicer
-Utility knife
-Torx bits
-Allen wrenches
-Dana 44 Socket
-Leather work gloves


Wow! That is a lot!


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Update the first post again for 2018! I still haven't even add baby stuff to the list :P

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- Dog
- Dog food

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i can't wait to see you load all that stuff into your willy's on your next trip Justin. You might be Danny packing for Pismo for "most stuff packed per cubic foot"

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For the Jamboree on the con, I brought the same tools, but less parts. Everyone knows jeeps don’t break, so you don’t need tools!

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