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    Knows a Thing or Two BobNH's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Late reply, but cordless dremel works great so far for small stuff. So far I've really only used it for tight areas prepping for welds. It seems just as powerful to me.
    I have to agree. We bought one for our son and it works great and the battery life is very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobNH View Post
    I have to agree. We bought one for our son and it works great and the battery life is very good.

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    Since my last reply, I've used this thing a bunch. Great tool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish JK View Post
    All of mine goes in either the ARB Drawer, the orange ARB recovery bag or in the glove box shock tuning kit.

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    Glove box tools (winch controller goes in center console)

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    Recovery bag gear.

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    ARB main drawer.

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    2x Mastercraft bags with small spare parts.

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    Some of the hand tools.

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    Milwaukee 18v tools.

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    ARB Drawer has two side compartments meant to open up from rear but it doesn't work well in practice. Instead I drop the back seats to access from the front. Mastercraft canvas bags fit vertically in the space.

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    In each side tunnel fits a gallon of coolant and a Mastercraft bag with 6 quarts standing vertically nicely.

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    And all together.

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    Holy shit. This is what to strive for right here. Well done!


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    Nicely organized!


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    Great thread. I typically carry the basic tools I used when I installed the lift, along with pipe wrenches and Crescent wrenches, wire, giant zip ties, pieces of rubber, test light, scan tool, 18v angle grinder, my Fuel 3/4" impact, various size ratchet straps, recovery gear, basic fluids and an oil diaper. Mostly what I need to get back to camp. If I'm in a location where I can buy tools, I carry less. If I am more remote, I bring more and adjust for duration of the trip.


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    Irish JK, I had a Tuffy drawer in my TJ, which worked great for carrying my gear until I flopped and couldn't open my tailgate. Sold it the next day. Now the most important items are are strapped down behind my seat for easy access.


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    Wow....keep the posts coming

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    Man, and I thought my tow strap, med kit and a spare jacket was decent. Looks like I gotta up my game


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    I’ve got two hard cases of tools in the back cargo area, I’ve been told it’s too much several times. One big bag with miscellaneous tools, jumper cables, and a battery box, plus a couple packs of survival gear. Now the thing is, I don’t have a garage and much room to keep the excess gear, should I remove some and declutter the jeep, resulting in cluttering my apartment or keep the apartment neat and keep the jeep cluttered?


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