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Unread 01-25-2012, 08:23 AM   #1
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What spare parts to keep on hand.

I am running a 2005 Wrangler Rocky Mt. and am thinking of putting in some spare parts just to keep on hand. What spare parts do you other street jeepers keep on hand? I am thinking of sensors, plugs, bulbs etc. Thanks

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Unread 01-26-2012, 02:07 PM   #2
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Hoses, belts the right tools and a personal bug out bag, if you have to walk.
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I'm 65 - how about you? Every one tells me I look 45. I am still in a Jeep and loving every minute.
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Rear Main Seal from my next order at Rock Auto. It's only $16 bucks there, the local Advanced Auto wanted $33 (with tax) for exactly the same thing

I can't see much need for keeping too much on hand, but specific brand items or items purchased on discount would get the nod. U-joints!
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spare parts...

Pliers, plastic ties, Bulb's, rubber washers as always handing.
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WD-40 and Duck tape is all you need?? and YES the military invented the tape to patch 6X6 Duck Trucks BTW
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Serpintine belt (absolute must-have!)
A bottle of every fluid: Power steering, Brake, engine oil, transmission, radiator.
Zip ties.
Tail light bulbs, headlight bulbs.
Toilet Paper (you never know when the need may arise).
Hacksaw (ever crushed an exhaust tailpipe closed?)
Large trash bags (great to lay down on while working under the Jeep or just to hold dirty broken parts).
And tools to work on most anything.
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