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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    I was thinking the same thing. Fortunately kids think wearing mismatched socks are cool so they just grab any two out of the mismatched sock pile..haha.

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    WTF is with that? My 21yo daughter does that. Drives my little OCD man upstairs nuts every time she takes her shoes off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    If you have some pics, please post them up...where did you go?...I'm looking forward to hitting the dunes this upcoming year.

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    I will post some up in the Oregon thread later brother. I think I saw your rig on Pintrest the other day. I know there is only one of your rig for sure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    WTF is with that? My 21yo daughter does that. Drives my little OCD man upstairs nuts every time she takes her shoes off
    I have the same shit Jerry
    It drives me nuts


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    WTF is with that? My 21yo daughter does that. Drives my little OCD man upstairs nuts every time she takes her shoes off
    My 4yo daughter does, but it’s like two shades of blue like she’s trying! I would say something but I only see them on the floor, not her feet. By the time I get home she’s typically down to running around in her underwear. She hates to wear clothes at home


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    What is your tool bag system and why

    Hi, I have been collecting tools over time to the point that I’m needing a tool bag system one to take while wheeling. can anyone recommend or explain what kind of tool bag system they are using and why ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebd.other View Post
    Hi, I have been collecting tools over time to the point that I’m needing a tool bag system one to take while wheeling. can anyone recommend or explain what kind of tool bag system they are using and why ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebd.other View Post
    Hi, I have been collecting tools over time to the point that I’m needing a tool bag system one to take while wheeling. can anyone recommend or explain what kind of tool bag system they are using and why ?
    Not using a system, just a Craftsman tool bag for hand tools and a DeWalt bag for an impact and grinder. They are around 15” x 9” at the base and hold everything I need. They fit under the rear seats in a 4-door. Not sure if that answers your question or helps.

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    Jeep tool Kit.

    Fishing bag full of various sockets and 3/8 1/2 ratchets, prybar, jumper cables, channel and vice locks, small sledge hammer, military shovel, HiLift jack, tow straps, snatch block, jug of distilled water, small medic 10min/1 hour bag, glock, shield, ID.

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    Gonna give this thread a bump as I go through my stuff and put it in the new Jeep. Some stuff still missing as I have recently ordered to replace broken or haven’t packed yet. No spare parts included.

    Air Up/Down Bag
    -Air Hose
    -Blow Gun
    -Currie Tire Deflator
    -Air Pressure Gauge

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    Bottle Jack Bag
    -12 to. Bottle Jack
    -Large C Clamp
    -2.5lbs Sledge

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    Misc Nuts/Bolts

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    Tire Repair Kit

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    Sockets
    -Full Metric Set
    -Full Standard Set
    -Hex Set
    -Torx Set
    -Extensions/Adaptors
    -36mm
    -Ratchet

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    Electrical Bag
    -Terminals
    -Small Nuts/Bolts
    -Hose Clamps
    -Cotter Pins
    -Wire
    -Spare Fuses
    -Banjo Crush Washers
    -Brake Bleeder
    -Electrical Tape
    -1410/1350/1310 Ujoints & Strap Kit
    -Tape Measure
    -Wire Crimpers
    -Suction

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    Wrenches/Torque Wrench/Screwdrivers/Misc

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    Fluids
    -Oil
    -Power Steering Fluid
    -ATF+4
    -Brake Cleaner
    -Brake Fluid
    -Speedy Dry
    -Oil Filter
    -Funnel
    -Diff Fluid
    -Pump
    -2x4

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    Interior Cubby
    -Spare Belts
    -4x4
    -PSC Hoses
    -Radiator Hose
    -Brake Lines
    -1 7/8” Wrench

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    Recovery Gear
    -Tow Strap
    -Tree Saver
    -Shackles
    -Chain
    -Hitch Tow Point
    (Missing - Snatch Block, soft shackles)

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    All Packed in

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    All together it’s 188 pounds of shit. That doesn’t include spare parts and tools that are missing that will be here this week.
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    Jesus.

    So do you have a kit for each vehicle?
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