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Loadout What tools do you carry to work on your Truck.


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I am looking into getting into long off road trips, it may be inevitable that something will break on a trip sooner or later. What are some of the must have tools (outside of what was included with the truck) do you carry on your truck to help get you out of a bind in the back country? I usually carry a tool box with general sized sockets, pliers, zip ties, duct tape, extra fuses, and screwdrivers.


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I keep a set or wrenches, screwdrivers, ratchet straps, tow recovery kit with shackles and synthetic line, duct tape, zip ties, tire patch kit, air compressor, my 9mm and sometimes a few cold ones!


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At the minimum I always have tow strap and ball hitch, d-rings, ratchet straps, bungee cords, and a knife. For wheeling or camping I’ll add a lot of extra crap that I’ll never use but would regret not having it if I did need it.