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4x4 Pack List

Posted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 11:19 am
by JMM
Some things to consider packing on your next trip.



WVJC - 4x4 Pack List

Packing everything listed on the link above would mean you would probably need a full size vehicle to even think about it, there are some good ideas of some choices of what to pack next time your out.



Jason

Re: 4x4 Pack List

Posted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 11:24 am
by WV99XJ
Well, with you being the WVJC President, I nominate you to carry all this stuff. As our leader it should be your responsibility to look after all of us. :D

Re: 4x4 Pack List

Posted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 4:40 pm
by JMM
WV99XJ wrote:Well, with you being the WVJC President, I nominate you to carry all this stuff. As our leader it should be your responsibility to look after all of us. :D
every day I have these items...


Crescent wrench (small & medium)
Hammer Vise grips Pliers - standard, needle-nose and channel lock
Wire cutters and crimpers (extra wire)
Open end/box wrenches (3/8" to 3/4")
Socket set (3/8") with extensions
Screwdrivers - standard and phillips
Pocket/utility knife
Nuts & bolts (assorted sizes used on your vehicle)
Super glue Electrical tape & spare connectors
DUCT TAPE
Tire repair kit
Hose clamps
Fuses
First Aid Kit & Snake Bite Kit
Duct tape
Wire ties
flashlight
bungee cords
WD40
some rags
RTV silicone
electrical tape
bolts and washers
cotter pins
cigarette lighter
5'x7' tarp
leather gloves
Safety goggles
ratchet tie-down strap
Paper towels
Oil - not something I keep in there all the time but I do have 6 quarts in there b/c I need to change it.
I also have a filter back there someplace.
Tow strap - I have 2 of them about 25' each
Hi-Lift Jack
Clevis
Shovel
And a 10lb Power tank with all the bells and whistles



When I go wheeling I'll toss in:

front D30 complete shafts
both 8.8 shafts
front drive shaft
rear yoke
couple Ujoints
ujoint straps
lots of water
gear oil
and a couple more tools I may need


Its still not the whole list... but I think I got most of it covered. :D

Re: 4x4 Pack List

Posted: Wed Apr 02, 2008 12:38 am
by WVUSafety
btw, snake bite kits with those suction things dont work. actually worse if used. there, i lightened your load some!

Re: 4x4 Pack List

Posted: Wed Apr 02, 2008 9:25 am
by JMM
Im not sure whats in it really? I got it from a Geocache at Coopers Rocks and I never did look inside, its just small enough I put it in the first aid kit. I figure if something ever happens and somebody is screaming for a snake bite kit I have one... after that its out of my hands.


I would say a bee sting kit would be better... or something to put on your legs from that awful stuff thats along the trails at Swiss (I think its called "stinging nettle"?) wvHeep94 and I got into some yellow jackets walking down a trail and when we ran from the yellow jackets we ran right into a bunch of the stinging nettle. Bad stuff...

Re: 4x4 Pack List

Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 2:42 pm
by One Ton Swamper
Awesome info..................Bump to the top :bigthumb: