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post #1 of 22 Old 11-16-2010, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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What's in your jeep?

Just like it says, whats in your jeep at all times.

Whats if for?
Where do you keep it?
How often do you use it?

Jumper cables
Duh!
Rear tub
Still in the original package from 3 years ago and two other cars past

First aid kit
owies
Velcro'd to the floor in the back
I think its expired

flash light
Licht!!!
glove compartment
All the time!!

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It's an accessory isn't it?
Everywhere
Everytime I drive, stuck like glue!

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Neoprene seat covers, Jeep cargo net, Rampage 2pc Safari top, Smittybilt XRC rear bumper w/ tire carrier

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First aid kit.
Leatherman
My SOG Jungle Primitive Knife
HiLift
140pce tool Kit
Electrical Goodies
Ujoints
Snow Brush
Blanket
Recovery Gear snatch Block etc...
Air compressor.

Pretty much anything a dude would need to survive for awhile.

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128CH Kenwood VHF
Cobra 40ch CB
Custom Axe&Shovel holder
Custom Jerry Can Holder
48" Highlift
Air Compressor
Rampage Grab Handles
Congo Rack

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Well, since the Jeep isn't my DD, all the gear moved to my Elantra...but I always carry

First Aid kit
Tool kit+wood saw....yes I carry a fucking saw in my car
Snow brush
Big ass Nike Golf umbrella
one of those windshield heat deflector things
A blanket
Sony tripod....school's paid videographer/webcaster...gotta be prepared

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When wheeling the list grows- with tools, first-aid, spare tire, spare parts, cooler, etc.......

but always in the Jeep for one reason or another-

Mario Bros Koopa Troopas turtle
Kershaw Ken Onion Series
MK-3 Pepper spray
asst bungee cords
several ratchet straps
Snap-On tire gauge
tire deflators
Gorilla lug-wrench/ jack/ lug key
Shop-towels
asst rags
toilet paper
lens cleaner
spare sunglasses
Leatherman
flashlight
Axe body spray
Baby Wipes
2 fire extingushers
1 large/ 1 small tarp
1 beach towel
owners manual
latex gloves
side-view mirrors
air compressor
CD's

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I believe there are a few beers in the back and vitamin c in the back cup holder
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2010 CADILLAC ESCALADE
The 2010 Cadillac Escalade engine is the 6.2L V8 engine code L94 (except for the Escalade Hybrid which uses the LZ1 6L). It is the most powerful normally aspirated engine available in a Cadillac. What makes this engine special?

The Vortec 6.2L is a fourth-generation descendant of one of the most important and successful engines in automotive history – the original Chevrolet small-block, which debuted in 1955. Key features for 2010:

* Variable valve timing: cam phasing allows a flatter torque curve, higher peak horsepower, and an extremely smooth idle.
* Active fuel management: during light load conditions, the L94 can operate as a V-4 engine in order to save fuel.
* Enhanced Noise, Vibration, and Harshness measures to ensure smooth, Cadillac – quality operation
* The 6.2.L is the most powerful of GM’s Gen IV Vortec V-8s; indeed, it is the most powerful small-block truck engine ever, with the most torque.
* Flexfuel: The L94 can operate on E85 (85% renewable ethanol fuel)

L 94
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some tools and...............
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some tools and...............
now that is a beautiful sight
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Alan.....um.....when we gonna go "wheelin"?

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some tools and...............
Holy shit! When do you want to go wheeling. I'll meet you where ever and I'll pick up the expenses. You just bring your stash.

Piney...almost minty. Hmmmmmmmm

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Deflators
Tire pressure gauge
I think I have three straps And a tree saver at the moment
Some shackles
Minor tools
Jumper cables
Two winch controllers

That's about it

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Everyday?

- A couple of Pelican flashlights.
- A couple Gerber knives and a Swiss Tool
- A few hairclips/ties (I've got a wife and a daughter and I've learned my lesson when the top is down).
- A few ratchet straps and bungees
- Wetwipes (again, I've got kids)
- Tire gauge
- 4 way lug wrench
- fire extinguisher
- golf umbrella


this list gets a whole lot bigger when I'm wheeling.
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Alan.....um.....when we gonna go "wheelin"?
how 'bout next april at Big Bend?

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a lot of the usual stuff but also a pair of bolt cutters. Not much "legal" wheelin' on congested and locked gates/fenced-in Long Island (NY) ... they are my just-in-case escape plan.

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ORH soft top, Procomp 7069's,Poly Performance leveling spacers
Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs, PSC Evap Skid, CB, Hi-Lift


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Handcuffs
Hacksaw
Duct tape
Scotch Guard
Welders gloves
Jello Pudding
Fencing mask
Butchers apron
Baby oil
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Holy shit! When do you want to go wheeling. I'll meet you where ever and I'll pick up the expenses. You just bring your stash.

Piney...almost minty. Hmmmmmmmm

I think I might be in Houston in the next few weeks. Want to wheel?
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I try not to keep anything inside so I don't loose my warranty lol


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First Aid Kit
Mag Light
Surefire Light
Gerber Machete
Shovel
Fiskars Axe
Socket Set
Breaker Bar
Screwdriver Set
Pliers
Jumper Cables
Wind Up Light
1/2 Drive Ratchet
Assorted Wrenches
KA-BAR Knife

The rest is in the Bug Out Bag..
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