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Old 03-05-2006, 11:41 PM
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What do you carry for spare parts when you go on a run? I'm mostly interested in knowing about the parts, but feel free to include tools, fluids, or anything else...

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Old 03-06-2006, 12:57 AM
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In the old forum we had a thread with a nice list...I thought I had copied and saved it but can't find it...I'll try checking again.
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Old 03-06-2006, 01:03 AM
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Here's a list from responses on the LCML...I just consolidated ever'bodies responses.

fluids
motor oil – 5 qt
water
antifreeze
90 wt – 1 qt
driveshaft
tie rod
hub
axle shafts
bags of nuts and bolts
birfield

tools
snap ring
gaskets
grease
distributor
coil
points
fuel filter
fuel pump
fan belt
tie rod ends

bailing wire
duct tape
rags
garbage bags
fuses
bulbs

automotive electrical wire
crimp terminals and crimper
sandpaper
assorted nuts, bolts and washers
cleaning solvent (brake cleaner), container and toothbrush
spark plugs and lead
spare throttle cable

brake fluid
spare drain plugs (1x sump, 1x diff/trans
fuel hose
air hose

magnetic plate to put nuts/bolts on
battery powered dremel
vice grips
blanket/tarp
silicone tape (self-fusing tape, electrician’s tape)
epoxy (putty that you mix...)
belts/hoses – spare fan belt, radiator hoses
throttle cable

BFH – 4 pounder
crankshaft nut and socket
mountain bike :-)
cell phone, gps
leatherman
topo/compass
field glasses
JB Weld
maglite/pinch lights
2x bolt and nut for brake calipers
1-2 wheel studs
2-3 lug nuts
driveshaft nuts/bolts
hose clamps (long and sturdy)

thin multi-strand wire
wire clamps
thermostat
breaker bar
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Old 03-06-2006, 07:12 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by subzali
Here's a list from responses on the LCML...I just consolidated ever'bodies responses.

fluids
motor oil – 5 qt
water
antifreeze
90 wt – 1 qt
driveshaft
tie rod
hub
axle shafts
bags of nuts and bolts
birfield

tools
snap ring
gaskets
grease
distributor
coil
points
fuel filter
fuel pump
fan belt
tie rod ends

bailing wire
duct tape
rags
garbage bags
fuses
bulbs

automotive electrical wire
crimp terminals and crimper
sandpaper
assorted nuts, bolts and washers
cleaning solvent (brake cleaner), container and toothbrush
spark plugs and lead
spare throttle cable

brake fluid
spare drain plugs (1x sump, 1x diff/trans
fuel hose
air hose

magnetic plate to put nuts/bolts on
battery powered dremel
vice grips
blanket/tarp
silicone tape (self-fusing tape, electrician’s tape)
epoxy (putty that you mix...)
belts/hoses – spare fan belt, radiator hoses
throttle cable

BFH – 4 pounder
crankshaft nut and socket
mountain bike :-)
cell phone, gps
leatherman
topo/compass
field glasses
JB Weld
maglite/pinch lights
2x bolt and nut for brake calipers
1-2 wheel studs
2-3 lug nuts
driveshaft nuts/bolts
hose clamps (long and sturdy)

thin multi-strand wire
wire clamps
thermostat
breaker bar
Where do the passengers sit? Fix your junk at home!
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Old 03-06-2006, 09:56 AM
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Old 03-06-2006, 10:07 AM
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Where do the passengers sit? Fix your junk at home!
I have my tricks

I, or they, or we didn't say you had to take ALL of it, but it's a good list to choose from.

Thanks for being so understanding
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Old 03-06-2006, 11:23 AM
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Here was a list that I compiled a few years ago. I don't bring everything on the list myself, but it's good to look at.

“MUST HAVE” CHECKLIST

[ ] Antenna for CB Radio [ ] Basic tools, duct tape, electrical tape, and a wire coat hanger

[ ] Blanket and other survival gear as appropriate to the climate (space blankets are small, cheap, super-effective)

[ ] CB Radio

[ ] Drinking water

[ ] Extra fuel & funnel

[ ] Fire extinguisher

[ ] First-aid kit

[ ] Flashlight and extra batteries

[ ] Fluids for your vehicle: motor oil, antifreeze, p/s, brake.

[ ] Full-size "usable" spare tire

[ ] Jack appropriate for your vehicle

[ ] Jacket or rain poncho

[ ] keys for the locks on the spare tire and hi-lift jack

[ ] Lug wrench of the correct size to remove a wheel

[ ] Recovery points front & rear on your vehicle

[ ] Recovery strap

[ ] Shovel

[ ] Snacks/food

[ ] sunscreen

[ ] tire pressure gauge

[ ] trash bag(s)

[ ] work gloves

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RECOMMEDED CHECKLIST

[ ] 40 channel handheld CB (esp. for trail leaders)

[ ] An action packer, set of ammo boxes, or cargo boxes to store all this stuff. Remember, whatever boxes you have should be secured from flying around in your vehicle.

[ ] backpack, small

[ ] binoculars

[ ] bottle opener

[ ] bug repellant

[ ] bungee cords and rope

[ ] camera(s), case, lenses, film, extra memory cards, charged battery, battery charger

[ ] chainsaw, pick, machete, sawzall for trail building and repair

[ ] clothes, extra – in case the ones you have on get wet or dirty

[ ] CO2 tank, airhose, tire filler attachment

[ ] compass

[ ] cooler cup “koozie”

[ ] cooler: Coleman Xtreme or other

[ ] emergency gear for the highway (flares, reflectors, tire repair, snow chains, etc.)

[ ] extra flashlight or “head light”

[ ] full day's supply of food

[ ] gloves, warm

[ ] hand cleaner

[ ] hat that has a brim to keep your neck from getting burned

[ ] ice (lots)

[ ] jacket or vest, fleece

[ ] jumper cables

[ ] maps: Sidekick Off Road maps, state/county, forestry, BLM Desert Access Guide, etc.

[ ] matches, lighter

[ ] Off-highway lights

[ ] pocket knife

[ ] sleeping bag and thermarest sleeping pad

[ ] soda and Gatorade

[ ] sunglasses and/or goggles

[ ] sunscreen

[ ] toilet paper

[ ] tripod

[ ] Video camera, case, extra tapes, charged batteries, battery charger

!

SPARE PARTS & TOOLS LIST

[ ] anything small you've already replaced once

[ ] electrical repair kit: wire, electrical tape, crimp connectors and crimp/strip tool

[ ] engine oil filter

[ ] fuel (in addition to the first full Jerry can)

[ ] fuel filter

[ ] fuel line

[ ] funnel, plastic

[ ] fuses

[ ] Grease

[ ] Grease gun

[ ] hammer

[ ] Hi-lift jack (can be used as a come-along)

[ ] ignition parts

[ ] pliers, needle-nose pliers, channel locks, vise grips, side cutters

[ ] screwdrivers, many sizes and lengths, standard and Phillips-head

[ ] set of extra belts (old pantyhose works in a bind)

[ ] set of extra radiator hoses

[ ] short cable or chain with hooks on both ends: attach to vehicles without hooks or hitch

[ ] snow tire chains (winter)

[ ] socket wrenches (metric + standard)

[ ] spare door/ignition keys

[ ] spare driveshaft (for gonzo trails)

[ ] spare lug nuts

[ ] spare u-joints

[ ] stop-leak (or alumaseal, etc)

[ ] tire compressor

[ ] tire star wrench and tire patch kit

[ ] tune-up items (i.e., points, plugs)

[ ] vacuum hoses

[ ] WD-40 spray

[ ] wheel bearings and seals

[ ] windshield wiper fluid

!

SOME OTHER COOL THINGS TO BRING

[ ] air tools

[ ] cell phone that actually works where you’re going

[ ] computer mapping capabilities

[ ] coveralls so you stay clean when you're fixing something

[ ] GPS

[ ] ham radio

[ ] laptop computer so you can check your e-mail on the trail

[ ] paper and pen

[ ] Palm (or other PDA) with phone numbers and addresses
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Bump. Took me a while to find my old list.
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