|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|03-01-2009 03:50 PM|
|RogueSpear2023||MikeRi24 I have similar ems bag but it is brimming now, my department order new ones similar to the size of yours I hope they show up soon. Most of the people in the department are first responders so what we have is fine for them, but as an EMT I have to carry so much more stuff, I have to carry two of our old bags to fit everything I may need. But as for any one else a small first aid kit would be fine, just make sure you have plenty of gauze.|
|03-01-2009 03:35 PM|
|Apex||yup...tow straps, basic tools, oil, smokes, lighter, cell phone, gloves and a shovel|
|03-01-2009 03:34 PM|
I carry a small tool box with some basic tools, a small socket set with all the common sockets on the Wrangler and the corresponding open end wrenches, torx bits, screwdrivers, a small electrical kit I put together (some wire, fuses, connectors, electrical tape, etc), zip ties, duct tape, couple small pieces of vacuum hose, jumper cables, WD40, TIRE PLUG KIT, a few other misc things. All that in your average size toolbox about 18" x 12" 8" or so.
I also have an "SUV Box" :
Dimensions: 35" L x 14" W x 13" H fits PERFECTLY between the seat brackets. In there, I have a small shovel, hatchet, pry bar (I have used it) my tire changing tools, Hi-Lift accessories, 2 tow straps, jug of water, quart of oil, quart of trans fluid, and a folded up poncho. During the winter months, I keep an extra pair of gloves and a hat in there too. I also have a fire extinguisher mounted to the front of the box as well.
Strapped to the top of that, I have this Jeep bag
with a plethora of EMS supplies that most people would NEVER have a use for, but I am a volunteer firefighter/EMT so I actually use it occasionally, mainly OFF the trail, but I'm sure a small first aid kit would do most people just fine.
I'm sure over the years I'll find more things to put in there, and things I can do without, but thats where I'm a for now.
|03-01-2009 03:26 PM|
yeah, axe, tow straps, beer, dip, cd's, and advil lol
and a change of clothes
|03-01-2009 03:23 PM|
|Chris98TJ||you dont need it all in the jeep just have it in your tow rig (if you tow) or split it with ya buddy in their rig or tow vehicle. if you break while wheelin someone can run you back to the camp or truck to get the parts you need to fix your junk that broke. that how i get down.|
|03-01-2009 03:18 PM|
Originally Posted by elgrubicon View Post
|03-01-2009 01:51 PM|
|elgrubicon||I take a few of those items but my jeep is to small to take all of them.|
|03-01-2009 01:44 PM|
|Apex||well if I had all that stuff in my jeep when I wheeled it, I wouldn't have room for any seats, my top, or even me....|
|03-01-2009 12:46 PM|
|TheBoogieman||A 12 pack and some good tennis shoes are essential when you wheel alone.That will get you to the main road to call AAA.|
|03-01-2009 12:41 PM|
|Jonman03||Very comprehensive list there. Alot of good tools and things to bring for sure. Haha i laughed at "air compressor and impact gun"... Just what i have in the back of my TJ. Wish I had room for that.|
|03-01-2009 12:38 PM|
Ths was published in 4Wheeling Magazine a couple months ago. I liked it so much I copied it down then.
4' Length Of 1/4" Chain Or Bigger
Jug Of Water
First Aid Kit
Snack Food. I.E. Granola Or Candy Bars
Tool Bag Containing:
Screwdrivers(3 different sizes)
Pliers(dikes, needle nose, channel locks, snap ring, adjustable, locking grips)
Wrenches(standard and metric)
Spark Plug Socket
Sockets(standard and metric)
Tire Repair Kit
Food And Water
Tie Rod Ends
Heim Joints(for steering and linked suspension)
U-Joints(Axelshafts and Driveshaft)
Spare Locking Hub Or Set Of Drive Flanges
Fuses For Your Truck
Electrical Crimp Kit
Warm Clothes And Rain Gear
Camping Stove And Fuel
Air Compressior/CO2 Tank
Impact Gun And Sockets
Spare cable For Winch
Pull-Pal Recovery Anchor
|03-01-2009 12:33 PM|
List of essential trail gear/equipment
With the spring coming and everyone itching to get some wheeling in I was looking to put together a list of gear you consider essential for a weekend of off-roading. What should you pack? What equipment is best for recovery? Tools? Things you need out on the trail...
Thanks everyone, just got my jeep and looking to take my first full weekend trip this spring. I want to be properly prepared and think it'd benefit everyone.