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NC-Fordguy
Mon Apr 12 2010, 09:07PM
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We talked about this a meeting or two ago and with the first trip of the year coming up, might be a good idea to post up what tools, equipment and spare parts you carry on the trail with you.

I carry the following

Hi-lift jack and base
Recovery gear(9k lb winch, tow straps, D-rings and snatch pulley)
Set of SAE wrenches, sockets, ratchets, brake line wrenches, allen wrenches
BFH, pliers, vise grips, snap ring pliers, pry bar
Screw drivers
Pickle forks
Tire plugs and valve needles
12 volt air compressor
Wire crimpers, electrical tape, butt splices and terminals
Ready welder
towels and hand cleaner
Dana 44 hub Socket(works on Ford Dana 30 as well)
Jumper cables
19.2 volt drill and impact
Zip ties

Spare parts

1310 series u-joints and u-bolts
MSD control Box
MSD coil
Fan belts
Electric fuel pump
in-line fuel filter
Fuses (GM blade tyoe and micro)
3/8 rubber fuel line

Brake fluid
Motor oil(10w-30)
ATF type F
PS fluid

No Hablos Jeep

If it doesn't make sense, do it
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n3pht
Mon Apr 12 2010, 11:14PM
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Joined: Thu Mar 08 2007, 10:59PM
Location: G-vagas
Posts: 373
I carry spare parts for FORD,JEEP,SUZUKI thats just for the zuki
Extra u-joints zuki and dana 44
2 belts alt and power steering
cap,wires,rotor
hose clamps
drive shafts
yokes
Tools
Screwdrivers
wrenches
pliers
tape
fuel line
Fluids
water
oil
break
p.s
FIRST AID KIT
RECOVERY STRAPS
FIRE EXT ( 2 )


[ Edited Mon Apr 12 2010, 11:16PM ]

87 Suzuki Samrai
STOCK


PAVED ROADS ANOTHER WASTE OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING
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rockcity
Wed Apr 28 2010, 05:40PM

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Joined: Tue Mar 13 2007, 05:17PM
Location: Greenville, NC
Posts: 703
I'm still outfitting the buggy since the only trips I've had it on were ECORS races for pre-running.

However, I do have and do carry (most of the time):

SAE wrenches specific to the buggy
Metric wrenches specific to the buggy
pliers and screw drivers
snap ring pliers
line up pins
various hammers including dead blow
electrical tape
duct tape
CO2 tank with tire filling setup
jumper cables
multi tool
fire extinguishers
first aid kit
gloves
recovery straps and tree saver
various shackles
zip ties
high lift jack

Parts:
spare inner D60 axle shafts
spare chromo outer D60 shafts
spare D60 axle joints
spare seals and wheel bearings for D60 and 14 bolt
RTV sealant
oils and other fluids
spare master cylinders
spare brake pads and front calipers
spare brake hoses
spare hydraulic hoses
spare fuel lines
spare high pressure fuel pump
spare wheel studs
spare Dana 60 spindle studs
spare Dana 60 knuckles
spare Johnny Joints and Ballistic Joints
spare poly bushings
various spare bolts
spare front and rear driveshafts
spare 1410 yokes for D60 and 14 bolt
spare 1350 joints
spare O2 sensors


Spares not carried in the buggy but usually in the truck (or plan to...):
spare Dana 300
spare radiator and electric fan
spare TH350
spare torque converter
spare ECM and various sensors
spare carrier bearing for front driveshaft
various other spare things I can't think of...


Hopefully I'll get a chance to truely outift the buggy for a ride with the Krawlers



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old dog
Tue May 04 2010, 06:20PM
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Joined: Thu Apr 29 2010, 11:08AM
Location: Hugo area, Lenoir county
Posts: 5
Hi NC Fordguy, OK, you got me... pickle forks? Perhaps I've missed something, Pls explain. Thanks
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n3pht
Tue May 04 2010, 06:58PM
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Joined: Thu Mar 08 2007, 10:59PM
Location: G-vagas
Posts: 373
Used to remove tre joints

87 Suzuki Samrai
STOCK


PAVED ROADS ANOTHER WASTE OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING
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