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Old 05-16-2019, 01:45 PM #31
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I have a simple socket set, a set of jumper cables, a charged jumper box, a 12v air compressor, bungee cords, paracord, a molle bag of pliars of various sizes, a fire extinguisher, recovery strap and shackles, fold out shovel, recovery hitch, knife, multi-tool, maglight, a first aid kit, some ponchos and plastic bags for when I go to concerts, and a roll of paper towels. I have most of these mounted on my Rago Molle panels
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Excellent thread, tons of usefull stuff on here. I live up at a mile high in Prescott, AZ but work in Phoenix. +1 on having plenty of water. 5-7 gallons is wise.
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Is that quik clot the granules or gauze variant?


Gauze, just because itís easier to apply


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Not only that but it doesn't cause tissue burns.

Have you ever actually applied combat gauze?
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This was never really on my list until after my last trip.

Extra / Spare bolts. Carry a bag of extra bolts from shock bolts to caliper bolts etc.

We were half way through Mojave Rd and my buddy started to slow down and reported when he was braking, he was hearing a loud metal on metal shuttering. We were next to hole in the wall, so we parked at the visitor center to investigate. Turns out, it was his front passenger lower brake caliper bolt. It was freakin missing! Upon more investigation 2 out of the 4 bolts on the lower trunnion were also freakin missing. We came to the conclusion that those 2 bolts were shaking the wheel assembly enough to get the caliper bolt out. Luckily, his LC80 had his full toolbox in his drawers and he had a bag of spare bolts. We found some that fit perfectly and even torqued them down to spec. That trail repair could not have gone any better and if he didnt have those bolts, we would have had to cut the trip short to travel back to get bolts after parking it.
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Just finished replenishing my tool bag for my 4Runner and went to Harbor freight. What a store, its like the dollar store of tools. lol

Not overly happy with there quality but got some needed items like pliers, vice grips. Then i went to Sears and they are closing the store so i got a lot of my replacement tools there for 60% + off. I got a 75 tooth 1/2" ratchet for $10 and a full metric and standard wrench set for $15. lol
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I bought a rollup tool bag and filled it with a basic tool set. 3/8" ratchet with the most common metric sockets, flat & philips screwdrivers, slip joint pliers, needle nose pliers, wire cutters, wrenches, adjustable wrench, pair of nitrile gloves, hex key wrenches, and some zip ties. I also have a small set of jumper cables too (in their own bag).

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My only advice for this thread is:

Don't carry "unproven" tools in your emergency kit.

I mean don't buy new tools to specifically carry in a vehicle. Instead new tools go into the toolbox in the garage, and known good and working tools get rotated into the emergency kit.
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I keep an air compressor, a jump start thingy, and a leatherman.
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My only advice for this thread is:

Don't carry "unproven" tools in your emergency kit.

I mean don't buy new tools to specifically carry in a vehicle. Instead new tools go into the toolbox in the garage, and known good and working tools get rotated into the emergency kit.

Good advice if you are buying lower tier tools or have some already proven ones to swap. But if you buy top quality right from the start there should be no need.
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Aside from tools, other important things I keep with me at all times are jumper cables, battery jumpstarter, duct tape, WD40, zip ties, extra fuses, spare headlight bulbs.
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Good lesson. Carrying first aid and knowing first aid, very different. Just like everything else in life. The knowledge is far more important then the product.
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Speaking of fuses- do y'all carry those expensive triple MPF2 fuses? Just received one of the three in my 2019, other 2 are on the way. They are $10-15 EACH- thanks Toyota for using something so weird. BTW none of the 3 chain auto parts stores in my area have them.
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Tire inflation stuff, entrenching shovel, raincoat, knife, jumper cables, tow rope, tow shackle, trailer hitch and pin, flashlights, small fire extinguisher, Slim Jim door opening tool, lighter, matches, cigarettes, first aid kit, empty back pack and 45.
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