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What Safety/Recovery Gear do you keep in your Rig?

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I carry more than I've ever needed yet not as much as I feel I should.
 
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Cell phone and hope to tie into a tower - LOL
 
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Cell phone and hope to tie into a tower - LOL
That, and a couple of aluminum traction plates I can pic tomorrow... and tow points!... knubbed tires maybe? And 4x4 on its period... lol... I got three slings in storage waiting to go with a winch I get a deal on...

Always carry a first aid kit, wifey is a personal support worker, so goes hand in hand. I got a tow strap as well... but not much otherwise until I can justify it...
 
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[QUOTE=DonL; I got three slings in storage waiting to go with a winch I get a deal on...[/QUOTE]

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Check out harbor freight - Ya it's China made but their prices are not too bad and you can always buy the increased warranty [ usually at a decent cost ] - And it looks like they ship to Canada
 
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this thread is of interest to me as I heading to Moab after Memorial Day.

I have a Smittybilt 12v air pump as the HF one my buddy thermal cycled and shut down.

I am going to make the Harbor Freight receiver tubes and shackles from Rexmburns built thread

I have an FRS radio

Traveled last summer with a tool kit and fluids that covered anything I could foresee. May add a Upjoint for each driveshaft.
 
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Depending on the time of the year, I throw in some tire chains, snow shovel and ice melt pellets. I always have jumper cables, 2 ton floor jack, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, tow strap, spare fluids, coolant ect, a spare fuse kit, flash light, disposable camera and a 9mm Ruger with 2 loaded clips...
 
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Originally Posted by go chevy View Post
Depending on the time of the year, I throw in some tire chains, snow shovel and ice melt pellets.
What is this snow and ice stuff you speak of? Lol

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9mm Ruger with 2 loaded clips...
Eh, that'll do in a pinch, I guess. I prefer to stick to my 1911 and two spare mags lol
 
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