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Thread: Trail essentials- What tools to Carry Offroad

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    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    At some point all of us will end up breaking something on the trail. It could be a real pain in the butt if you don't have the necessary tools to get you up and running and back home.
    Here's a few things I bring with me every time I go wheeling:
    - impact wrench
    - impact socket set metric/inch
    - set of box wrenches metric/inch
    - specialty sockets (36mm,)
    - breaker bar
    - torque wrench
    - pry bar
    - tow straps
    - ratchet straps
    - flammable spray (re-seating the bead)
    - bottle of coolant
    - wd40/ penetrant
    - gloves
    - serpentine belt ( on my next rip)

    To all you veterans out there. What else should I have with me as far as tools and spare parts?
    What would be most likely to break on while out playing?


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    Great thread....
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    I always make sure to have an abundance of zip ties and electrical tape


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    For those that carry fluid, what dry box are you using? Trying to find a good size that will fit 6qts plus some other small bottles but haven't found a great solution yet. Tried a few ammo cans and none have fit well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H8ROADS View Post
    For those that carry fluid, what dry box are you using? Trying to find a good size that will fit 6qts plus some other small bottles but haven't found a great solution yet. Tried a few ammo cans and none have fit well.
    http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?p=753507

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteCrystal View Post
    Thanks, looking for something that will hold more than 6 quarts, but thats at least an idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H8ROADS View Post
    For those that carry fluid, what dry box are you using? Trying to find a good size that will fit 6qts plus some other small bottles but haven't found a great solution yet. Tried a few ammo cans and none have fit well.
    Just started using this so hard to say how it will hold up, but I got a plastic stacker from Walmart. Holds 5 qts engine oil, 4 quarts of ATF4, 3 quarts of gear oil, 1 quart of ps fluid, 1 qt brake fluid. I've used it on 2 runs, just made sure it was secured down well with softer stuff packed around it. Seems to store well for it's size IMO.

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