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    Jeep Stuff Must Have Items

    What do you guys keep in your Jeep at all time as must have items for fun?

    I have a family, so my Jeep is equipped slightly different and at the risk of people making fun of it, here is my list of items that are stocked:


    - 10 or so hair ties for my wife and daughter (saves me from waiting for them to get the stuff)
    - Sunscreen for when it is hot
    - Warn Recovery Bag
    - Dewalt Tool Set
    - LED Flashlight
    - Spare phone charger
    - 2 Baseball caps for sun
    - 4 pair of sunglasses

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    Jeep Stuff Must Have Items

    Wow, I keep a lot of crap in my Jeep.

    Extra jackets (4)
    GoreTex jacket
    Small bath towels (2)
    Gloves
    Visors (4)
    Ball cap
    Hair ties
    Sunglasses (4)
    MTB stuff- pump, tubes, Allen key, derailleur hanger, deodorant spray, ground cloth, chain lube
    Koozies (4)
    $20 cash
    Flash light (2)
    Farm jack
    Jumper cables
    Tire gauge
    Bungee cords
    Zip ties
    Tool set
    First aid kit
    Freedom top bag or window bag depending on top installed

    Added when I go wheeling
    Tire deflator
    Tire air pump
    Extra tools
    Spare parts
    Rain pants
    Recovery rope
    Last edited by SSinGA; 02-15-2017 at 01:17 PM.

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    I'm sure there's stuff I'll forget.....

    Tool set (enough to take the whole thing apart)
    Spare radiator hose and serp belt
    other assorted small spares
    Bottle jack
    Impact

    Recovery bag with strap, D rings, gloves etc
    Air down and up stuff

    Emergency rain gear
    Emergency blanket
    MRE's
    Sunscreen
    Bug spray
    Bug bite spray
    First Aid kit
    Mosquito Net (for boonie hat)
    Beenie
    Two coozies
    Bandana
    Five face mask / dust screen things (pull over baklava style)
    Sunglasses
    and an "emergency" bottle of Crown Royal (it's just the small airplane bottle)

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    So lets keep this going. One thing I think we should all have is a great set of ratcheting wrenches. Milwaukee has a new set out that has what they call "Max Grip". This basically gives more grip to a nut or bolt and can product 25% more torque than a typical smoothed faced wrench. I can't wait for mine to show up. Never had a ratcheting set of my own.. My arms are already appreciating the investment. I believe that Workshop Addicts has a review coming for these that will be give you all a better insight to what the wrenches have to offer.

    https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Produc...hes/48-22-9416

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    Ratchet set, jack, picklefork, dead blow hammer, tire iron, d-handle shovel, tow straps and some beers for later

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralkram View Post
    Ratchet set, jack, picklefork, dead blow hammer, tire iron, d-handle shovel, tow straps and some beers for later
    Is there a shovel that works better than others.


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    I have a folding smittybilt one in the Jeep.
    Never had to use it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd Ockert View Post
    Never had to use it though.

    Todd
    Thatís not a bad thing!



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    I was reading an article from the esteemed Nena Barlow about bringing chains. Think I may add them to my kit. http://www.fourwheeler.com/features/...s-trail-fixes/

    Iím loving the MyMedic MyFAK first aid kit on the headrest

    Sams club has small camping chairs that fit in a bag about the size of my forearm....frees up space in a 2 door.

    Duct tape, zip ties, knife, hammer, ratchet straps, and more tools.

    American Heart Association First Aid training with AED and pediatric. The online course is awesome.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Auburndozer View Post

    Sams club has small camping chairs that fit in a bag about the size of my forearm....

    That is great....but do they have the HD Fat Boy rated versions



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