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Old 11-23-2013, 07:51 AM
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Due to popular demand we added Four (4) New Name Tapes for the I.D. Tool Pouches:

METRIC TOOLS
SAE TOOLS
RECOVERY KIT
WINCH KIT

And we've still got the original nine (9): Electrical Parts, Fasteners, First Aid Kit, Hand Tools, Misc. Crap, Screwdrivers, Small Parts, Sockets, and Wrenches. All available at www.AdventureToolCompany.com.
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Old 11-23-2013, 11:16 AM
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We are stunned and thrilled!!! Expedition Portal just gave our ATC gear a stellar review.
Congratulations. I am very happy with mine and about to go field test it for 8 days....
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Old 11-23-2013, 03:01 PM
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Daniel-

Thanks!

That's awesome....where are you heading? Have a great time and be safe.
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Old 11-25-2013, 08:01 AM
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Another ShopRoll being used for its intended purpose! The workmat area is a great place to temporarily store pieces and parts that you take off your rig. It's large enough to hold a starter, air pump, shocks, etc. and it keeps them out of the dirt and ready to be put back on. Also, notice how the large tool slot on the right will actually hold a hammer. Most Chinese made tool rolls aren't big enough to hold a simple hammer.

Keep sending us pictures of your ATC gear in use! Thanks!
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Old 11-26-2013, 11:31 AM
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Out playing on the trails and testing a fully loaded ShopRoll. I only carry the wrenches, sockets and hand tools that fit my 87 FJ60 Land Cruiser. It makes for a nice compact package.

Be safe.
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Old 11-29-2013, 08:06 AM
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Default Expedition Portal Did It Again!

Wow! We just received a fantastic holiday gift. This morning Expedition Portal, the website for Overland Journal, included the Adventure Tool Company ShopRoll as 1 of only 8 “Items for Your Holiday Wish List.” To quote ExPo, “made in America and representing the best of the best, these products made lasting impressions on the Expedition Portal team.” About the ATC ShopRoll in particular: “Made in Colorado in small batches to ensure maximum quality, this is a tool roll to last the ages.” ExPo concludes by saying that “hopefully, if you've been good, they’ll find their way to you this holiday season.” We would love to send you our ATC gear for holiday presents, wrapped in old-school paper as shown in our photo.

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For the complete Expedition Portal review/article, please visit http://www.expeditionportal.com/gear...wish-list.html
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Old 11-30-2013, 10:01 PM
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Just ordered my first product from ATC (a large tool pouch). As has been stated, it is of excellent quality. What hasn't been stated though is the excellent customer service and absurdly fast shipping. I ordered it yesterday morning and it arrived this afternoon… With a hand-written note!
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Daniel-

Thanks!

That's awesome....where are you heading? Have a great time and be safe.
Just back from Taos, Santa Fe, Chaco Canyon, Canyon De Chelly, Mesa Verde - and all the places in between. Completed. Tool roll only came out when I needed channel locks to pull the leg on my chuck-box, but I knew exactly where the channel locks were and did not even need a full unroll.
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:29 AM
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Just back from Taos, Santa Fe, Chaco Canyon, Canyon De Chelly, Mesa Verde - and all the places in between. Completed. Tool roll only came out when I needed channel locks to pull the leg on my chuck-box, but I knew exactly where the channel locks were and did not even need a full unroll.
Daniel-

That sounds like an epic trip! Would love to see some trip photos. Thanks for the field repair story! I always love hearing how our products are actually used.
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:32 AM
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Default ATC Field Repair

My son came home from college for the Thanksgiving week and we took his Jeep Cherokee out on the 105 trail to do some snow wheeling. We stopped up by the old mine and did some exploring and when we came back to his Jeep it wouldn't start! After checking everything we found that the battery cables had become loose and fouled. After pulling out the tools and cleaning the connections and tightening them it fired right up. Great field repair lesson!
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