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Old 03-04-2021, 09:09 AM #46
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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
Lowes carries Craftsman tools now.
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A 4runner can be disassembled with a 10mm wrench and flathead screwdriver.
It's held together with seven bolts and 13,000 plastic clips.
I currently carry only recovery gear, survival items, and first aid.

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Socket wrenches - for dealing with bolts, there are plenty of them in any car. Flat head screwdrivers - with different shank lengths and different tips. Wrenches - preferably two. Hammer - professional auto mechanics strongly recommend having one in stock. Chisel - allows you to knock out or bite off a piece of metal, which is necessary sometimes. Rescue knife - the name speaks for itself, it's available at any online shop, such as https://safetycutters.net. ​Spark plug wrench - the problem with spark plugs is one of the most common. Pliers - you can't go without them, but they must be of high quality to withstand a heavy load. Car jack - in case the car gets stuck off-road and needs to be lifted urgently.

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I carry too much junk

I carry/have carried pretty much everything everybody has listed already at some point or another, still carry a buncha stuff out of habit from when I drove trucks that required a lot of work. I have used my tire plug kit and little cheapo Slime inflator more than anything besides the 10mm wrench and socket. If I could only carry 1 thing, based on my experience I reckon it would be a tire repair kit. ✌️😁
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1. Recovery gear (traction mats, strap, shovel, ax & Hi Lift)
2. Portable CB radio.
3. Extensive First Aid kit (including "Medicine for Mountaineering")
4. Mag Lite, knife, assortment of tools.
5. Jumpers, air compressor, flares.
6. G.I. blanket and bivvy sacks (2)
7. Jacket & gloves.
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