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post #1 of 29 Old 01-26-2015, 08:43 PM Thread Starter
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JK SPECIFIC EMERGENCY TOOL KIT

I keep getting asked to put a JK specific tool kit together. Finally found a source for high quality tools, at a reasonable price. This is what stopped me from offering such a kit, until now.

I NEED YOUR HELP. I think I have a pretty good list below. If you can think of anything else that needs to be added to the list, please post up.

1/2" breaker bar, with a 6" extension and a 19mm lug socket
35mm axle nut socket
32mm pinion socket
21mm socket for removing brake calipers
18mm socket (often not included with standard socket sets)
13mm 12 point closed end wrench for break caliper removal
7mm Allen wrench for wheel speed sensor
T-50 torx for door removal
T-40 torx for hard top removal
Spark Plug Socket


I'd also like to put a list of emergency fasteners together. One would be a control arm fastener and nut. Anybody lose any other fasteners on the trail?
Control arm fastener and nut
Shock fastener and nut
track bar fastener and nut
tie rod nut
drag link nut (if different from tie rod)
banjo bolt for break line
transfer case shifter cable end clips


I'm not including (because you can rob them from other parts, in order to do a trail repair);
lug nuts
lug studs
diff bolts

Non-JK specific tools:
Duct Tape
Small Sledge Hammer (2 or 3 pound)
Vice Grips
Axe
Shovel
Ratchet Strap
Tire repair kit (plugs, valve stem/tool, etc)

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The shocks and control arms are the same diameter IIRC, just a bit different lengths so 1 bolt could cover for 2 things

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Great to know -

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The shocks and control arms are the same diameter IIRC, just a bit different lengths so 1 bolt could cover for 2 things

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A big ass adjustable wrench is great for jam nuts on control arms and tie rods.

A large pry bar and hammer are a must have for removing rusty stuff, bending stuff back, and pretty much everything else


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Vise grips to pinch off ruptured brake lines.

A roll of mechanics wire for various repair jobs.

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Duct Tape

Very much agreed with the 18mm socket. The only reason I have an 18mm socket and box end wrench is because I have a JK. I have never used this size for any other vehicle in my 30 years of wrenching.
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Trying to think of what one would use mechanics wire for, on the trail. Not doubting that it's useful, just haven't used it myself.

Added the category of non-JK specific tools.

Non-JK specific tools:
Duct Tape
Small Sledge Hammer (2 or 3 pound)
Vice Grips
Axe
Shovel
Ratchet Strap

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Trying to think of what one would use mechanics wire for, on the trail. Not doubting that it's useful, just haven't used it myself.
Same ilk as a ratchet strap, but in areas where heat would destroy duct tape or nylon webbing. I.E; exhaust hanger failure, broken flange studs/bolts, or broken welds on exhaust. Also could be used to sew up a large sidewall failure in conjuction with tire plugs for guys who run without a spare.

Oh, another tool that could come in handy would be a hand hacksaw, not a full size, just the hand sized one that will hold a blade. Sometimes pinning up a broken part may not be an option, cutting it off the rest of the way might make more sense. It could also be used to cut rounded off bolt heads or nuts and then the vise grips could be used to extract the fastener the rest of the way in a pinch. I've done that maneuver a couple of times.

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Standard emergency stuff:
Tire plug kit
Recovery strap - 30 ft
Shackles
Fuses
Cut-resistant mechanic gloves
Sunscreen
Bug spray

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This is a great idea. Depending on pricing, maybe offer it as one big package OR smaller component packages in case people want the tools but not fasteners or vice versa, etc.
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Thanks for the detail. Now I've got to buy me some mechanics wire...

A saw is a great idea. I need to add that to the tool list. I'm thinking something like this;


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Same ilk as a ratchet strap, but in areas where heat would destroy duct tape or nylon webbing. I.E; exhaust hanger failure, broken flange studs/bolts, or broken welds on exhaust. Also could be used to sew up a large sidewall failure in conjuction with tire plugs for guys who run without a spare.

Oh, another tool that could come in handy would be a hand hacksaw, not a full size, just the hand sized one that will hold a blade. Sometimes pinning up a broken part may not be an option, cutting it off the rest of the way might make more sense. It could also be used to cut rounded off bolt heads or nuts and then the vise grips could be used to extract the fastener the rest of the way in a pinch. I've done that maneuver a couple of times.

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Standard emergency stuff:
Tire plug kit
Recovery strap - 30 ft
Shackles
Fuses
Cut-resistant mechanic gloves
Sunscreen
Bug spray
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This is a great idea. Depending on pricing, maybe offer it as one big package OR smaller component packages in case people want the tools but not fasteners or vice versa, etc.
Yeah, trying to figure out how to sell this. Maybe a big kit. A small kit and a build your own??? Not sure yet.

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Pickle fork or rod end remover (I use it mostly on the tie rod ends). If you can find a hollow handle pickle fork that could double as a cheater that would be even better.

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Pickle fork or rod end remover (I use it mostly on the tie rod ends). If you can find a hollow handle pickle fork that could double as a cheater that would be even better.

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Just offering my $.02 - I think you are on the right path of thinking about a small kit that is JK specific and then a larger kit (for someone who doesn't have tools?) I pretty much have all the tools but find the JK specific fasteners an interesting thing to have, especially if they come in their own case/bag.
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For my own edification, do you carry a 21mm, 32mm and 35mm sockets? 7mm allen wrench? Do you carry a bunch of stuff that you don't need for a JK? Seems like a lot of guys carry unnecessary stuff.

I completely agree, that I need to offer at least two kits. Tools and parts. I made some good progress on fuses today. I think this kit is shaping up nicely.



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Just offering my $.02 - I think you are on the right path of thinking about a small kit that is JK specific and then a larger kit (for someone who doesn't have tools?) I pretty much have all the tools but find the JK specific fasteners an interesting thing to have, especially if they come in their own case/bag.

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What about for the battery? Jumpers, wrench for the connectors?

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Here's a list I made for our local club. I made this by crawling around underneath the jeep and testing the size of every nut and bolt I could find. I have most of this.


JK Specific Tool List


Suspension and Steering components - I have all these sizes in 1/2" drive sockets and wrenches, with some extensions and will add some elbows (I think thats what they are called). Some of the smaller ones I have in 3/8" drive as well.

Front Suspension and Steering Components

Upper Control Arm - 18mm
Lower Control Arm - Frame 21mm
- Axle 21mm (mine is 22mm as I have an aftermarket skid with different bolts)
Swaybar Links - 19mm
Trackbar - 21mm
Shocks - Upper - 17mm
- Lower - 18mm
Steering Stabilizer Shock - 18 mm
Steering Stabilizer Pinch Bracket - 15mm
Draglink Pinch Bracket - 15mm
Control Arm Lock Nuts - (stock doesn't have these but my RK Control Arms do) 1.5" box wrench or adjustable (not sure on this size)

Rear Suspension

Upper Control Arm - 21mm
Lower Control Arm - 21mm
Swaybar Links - 17mm
Shocks - Upper - 16mm
- Lower - 18mm
Trackbar - 21mm
Trackbar Bracket- (stock doesn't have this) - 22mm (Rock Krawler)

Axle Nut - 35mm or 1 3/8" (some might be 36mm)

Driveshafts - 8mm/15mm??

Brake Components

Front - Calipers - 13mm/1/2", 15mm open end wrench
- Pad Carrier - 21mm
- Brake Line - Caliper - 15mm
- @ hard line - 12mm/17mm
- Hub Bearing Unit - 13mm 12 point socket

Rear - Calipers - 13mm/1\2", 15mm open end wrench
- Pad Carrier - 18mm
- Brake Line - Caliper - 15mm
- @ hard line - 12mm/17mm

Brake Lines @ Master Cylinder - 12 mm

Brake Booster/Power Steering Bracket - 13mm

ABS Sensor - Allen Key 8mm

Battery and assorted grounds - 10mm

Alternator - 15mm

Throttle Body Adjustment - E10 reverse torx

Transfer Case Fill Plug - 10mm allen head
Transfer Case Drain Plug - 10mm allen head
Transmission Fill Plug - 14mm allen head (manuel)
Transmission Drain Plug - 17mm allen head (manuel)
Bottle pump to fill transfercase/transmisson (manuel)

Torxs Sockets for doors and hard top, and windshield - T50, T40, T35

General Tools

1/2", 3\8" drive torque wrench rated between 20 and 150ft. lbs.
Vise grips
Needle nose pliers
Soldering Iron, flux and solder
BFH
Wire strippers
Duct tape/Gorrilla tape
Assorted zap straps/Zip ties
JB Weld
Electrical Tape
Tie Wire
Assorted Fuses
Multi Meter
Breaker Bar
Code Reader
Heavy Duty Ratchet Straps
Funnel/long neck funnel
Utility Knife
Small Tarp
Hand Cleaner/Latex gloves
Rags/Shop towels
Spill Kit


I may add torque settings as well where I know them.

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I just started carrying one of those lithium jump starters. I don't know if they really work??? I've read good and bad about them.

Yes, wrench for the battery connectors - Thanks

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Great list. Picked up some great stuff from it.

Torque settings would be great. The kit will have to include a tool description list. Might just rip, what you wrote.




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Here's a list I made for our local club. I made this by crawling around underneath the jeep and testing the size of every nut and bolt I could find. I have most of this.


JK Specific Tool List


Suspension and Steering components - I have all these sizes in 1/2" drive sockets and wrenches, with some extensions and will add some elbows (I think thats what they are called). Some of the smaller ones I have in 3/8" drive as well.

Front Suspension and Steering Components

Upper Control Arm - 18mm
Lower Control Arm - Frame 21mm
- Axle 21mm (mine is 22mm as I have an aftermarket skid with different bolts)
Swaybar Links - 19mm
Trackbar - 21mm
Shocks - Upper - 17mm
- Lower - 18mm
Steering Stabilizer Shock - 18 mm
Steering Stabilizer Pinch Bracket - 15mm
Draglink Pinch Bracket - 15mm
Control Arm Lock Nuts - (stock doesn't have these but my RK Control Arms do) 1.5" box wrench or adjustable (not sure on this size)

Rear Suspension

Upper Control Arm - 21mm
Lower Control Arm - 21mm
Swaybar Links - 17mm
Shocks - Upper - 16mm
- Lower - 18mm
Trackbar - 21mm
Trackbar Bracket- (stock doesn't have this) - 22mm (Rock Krawler)

Axle Nut - 35mm or 1 3/8" (some might be 36mm)

Driveshafts - 8mm/15mm??

Brake Components

Front - Calipers - 13mm/1/2", 15mm open end wrench
- Pad Carrier - 21mm
- Brake Line - Caliper - 15mm
- @ hard line - 12mm/17mm
- Hub Bearing Unit - 13mm 12 point socket

Rear - Calipers - 13mm/1\2", 15mm open end wrench
- Pad Carrier - 18mm
- Brake Line - Caliper - 15mm
- @ hard line - 12mm/17mm

Brake Lines @ Master Cylinder - 12 mm

Brake Booster/Power Steering Bracket - 13mm

ABS Sensor - Allen Key 8mm

Battery and assorted grounds - 10mm

Alternator - 15mm

Throttle Body Adjustment - E10 reverse torx

Transfer Case Fill Plug - 10mm allen head
Transfer Case Drain Plug - 10mm allen head
Transmission Fill Plug - 14mm allen head (manuel)
Transmission Drain Plug - 17mm allen head (manuel)
Bottle pump to fill transfercase/transmisson (manuel)

Torxs Sockets for doors and hard top, and windshield - T50, T40, T35

General Tools

1/2", 3\8" drive torque wrench rated between 20 and 150ft. lbs.
Vise grips
Needle nose pliers
Soldering Iron, flux and solder
BFH
Wire strippers
Duct tape/Gorrilla tape
Assorted zap straps/Zip ties
JB Weld
Electrical Tape
Tie Wire
Assorted Fuses
Multi Meter
Breaker Bar
Code Reader
Heavy Duty Ratchet Straps
Funnel/long neck funnel
Utility Knife
Small Tarp
Hand Cleaner/Latex gloves
Rags/Shop towels
Spill Kit


I may add torque settings as well where I know them.

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Depending on the diff cover you have a big ass allen wrench may be needed.

This isn't JK specific but a trail/hitch vice can really make a lot of things easier when on the trail.
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For my own edification, do you carry a 21mm, 32mm and 35mm sockets? 7mm allen wrench? Do you carry a bunch of stuff that you don't need for a JK? Seems like a lot of guys carry unnecessary stuff.

I completely agree, that I need to offer at least two kits. Tools and parts. I made some good progress on fuses today. I think this kit is shaping up nicely.
Sorry for the late response, to clarify - I carry all of those tools and more in two tool-boxes mounted in a cargo tray where my rear seats used to be. Most of the guys I wheel with also have the tools that you are mentioning, with maybe a few exceptions.

However, I find the idea of getting a small kit that has the JK specific fasteners and other items in it to be of interest. The stuff that I can't just roll into a hardware store and buy.
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Front axle bolts are nice. You know what I mean if you've snapped a front axle u joint and chewed them up!
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Here's a list I made for our local club. I made this by crawling around underneath the jeep and testing the size of every nut and bolt I could find. I have most of this.


JK Specific Tool List




Axle Nut - 35mm or 1 3/8" (some might be 36mm)

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So, do some model years have 35mm and some years have 36mm ??


I have read several front shaft replacement right-ups, most say 36mm a few say 35mm.....


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I'd really like to see this offered. Here is my 2 cents and reasoning for what I want.

Offering 2 kits is great. I would surely buy the parts kit. And would probably buy the tool kit also just so I can keep my garage tools in the garage and have a set ready to go wheeling whenever.

Some sort of dedicated bag/pouch/box to carry everything in would be the bee's knees. I don't want to haul all of this stuff around in my daily driver so it would be nice to just grab it out and throw it in the corner of the garage where it would be ready to go next time. A couple of features I would want would be a way to secure it to the jeep (straps, molle, etc.) so it doesn't get dangerous if I roll and pouches/whatever to somewhat segregate the tools (listening to wrenches rattle for 6 hours driving to the trail is not fun).
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So, do some model years have 35mm and some years have 36mm ??


I have read several front shaft replacement right-ups, most say 36mm a few say 35mm.....


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From my experiance, it's supposed to be 35mm, but due to rust I've had issues hammering a 35mm on, and a 36mm works better. I have and carry both.

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