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  1. #11
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    Jul 2010
    Location
    Ripon, Ca. (That's not England chaps)
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    I have a rather good tool box now that you've all given me input. I greatly appreciate everyone helping the new guy and hope it will benefit you as well. Who knows, I may be he one that helps you recover.

    BTW, I have my amateur radio installed now. Being able to call for help is sometimes the very best tool.

    Thanks.

    Bill of Green Achers Farms
    Adventure for fellow Geeks! Geocaching
    Land Rover Repair Manual - Download Site
    1. 1996 Discovery I - Yet to be named
    2. 1998 Discovery I - "Kermit"
    3. 2000 Discovery II - Parts Donor


  2. #12
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Location
    Half Moon Bay, CA
    Posts
    20
    I'm a Series owner so my kit may be a bit overkill for non-Series owners. Here's what's in my "grab and go" kit:
    - AAA Card
    - Metal brush
    - List of people who can help trouble shoot
    - Socket Set including breaker
    - Large and small punch
    - Big Hammer
    - Duct tape
    - Zip Ties (various sizes but mostly large)
    - Craftsman Ratcheting screwdriver (best ever!)
    - Fine metal screen
    - Electrical kit containing tester, wires, connectors, high quality wire cutters, high quality large cutting pliers and tape
    - Large and small adjustable wrench
    - manual fluid pump
    - Small and large needle nose pliers
    - vise grip
    - 2 U-bolt w/nuts
    - Shop towels
    - Latex gloves
    - Lighter
    - Mineral spirits

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Location
    1000 Oaks, CA
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    Wink overkill? maybe

    Most of this stuff is in my truck at all time

    Front axles
    Front and rear Driveshafts (Long trips/harder trails)
    ECU
    Alternator
    MAF
    Coolant tank
    All Belts
    Motor mounts/ trans mounts
    Extended Brake Lines
    wiper blades
    Plug wires
    Cap and Rotor
    Coil
    Fuel pump
    valve cores
    Pan hard Rod(harder Trails)
    Tie Rod (harder trails)


    1 Gallon:
    ATF
    Oil
    Coolant
    Funnel
    Super siphon
    2 quarts- gear oil
    brake fluid
    RTV Gasket maker
    spare nuts and bolts
    self taping screws.

    Tool Bag
    breaker bar
    Valve core remover
    tire plugs
    screwdrivers
    plyers (dykes, snapring,needle nose, Channel locks)
    hammer
    prybar
    allens/torx
    wrenches
    sockets
    test light
    Multimeter
    spare wire
    radiator stop leak
    JB WELD
    DUCT TAPE!!!!!!!1111111111
    zip ties
    ratchet straps
    Hose Clamps
    Fuses
    electrical tape
    head lamp
    Flash lights

    Most of this stuff fits in my 1620 pelican...

    Bottle jack
    CO2 tank
    5 gal of 91
    5 gal of water (Long trips)

    2 tow straps
    D rings
    winch controller



    Need to score some spare wheel bearings (replace mines on the truck with new) and the giant socket to take off the Hub nut.



    Go ahead and break something!


    If I don't have the tool then I just steal it from Maxyedor.

    If he doesn't have it call the chase truck (AAA platinum)
    1992 RRC
    1994 Toyota Pickup

    We've got a long way to go and a short time to get there.

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Location
    Half Moon Bay, CA
    Posts
    20
    Do you still have room for passengers?

  5. #15
    Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Location
    1000 Oaks, CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoefnik View Post
    Do you still have room for passengers?
    haha yes. most of the crap fits in the 1620 pelican case.

    Generally it's just my girlfriend and I. But normally I can fit 5 ppl if some one wanted to sit in the middle.

    this is an old photo

    The big case is for tools/spares and fluids and what have you other cases are for food/cooking/drinks.



    Axles/ DS/ go on the floor behind the cases.
    1992 RRC
    1994 Toyota Pickup

    We've got a long way to go and a short time to get there.

  6. #16
    Join Date
    Sep 2010
    Location
    Nesbit, MS
    Posts
    39
    Where do the Organic Blue Corn Tortilla Chips and Cheez-Its go?

    Just kidding. It seems as though eventually we all learn that we can stock a dealer's Parts Department with the junk in the back of our rigs!

  7. #17
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    Location
    Bonners Ferry, Idaho
    Posts
    97
    Well his name is Armed For Battle... Now we know why. Good looking Classic. I love the pelicans.
    Chris Allen

    KF7HUE

    98 Disco - wrecked
    93 RRC LWB - New project
    92 RRC LSE - For Sale
    88 RRC - OFF Roader

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