In the back of Rod's pickupI was just curious how every one managed to carry their trail spares (axle shaft, driveshafts, ujoints, etc....).
Specifically I was wonder what everyone deems the easiest way to carry spare axle shafts?
That’s a good idea except I’ve already got a bunch of stuff under there. My spare parts collection is growing and I’m thinking about making a slim lockable box of sorts the width of cargo area behind the seats and accessible by folding the seats down.In the back of Rod's pickup
You can get quite a bit of stuff under the rear seats, haven't tried to put axle shafts under there, but they should fit.
That’s because all the trails in Texas are OHV parks and the pickup is close enough to walk too. Try being a few miles from the pickup on real trails out west :thefinger::thefinger::grinpimp:I would guess I problably should start leaving some of my stuff in there....... :thefinger:
That’s a great idea for axel shafts and such :beer:Slide them in some PVC pipe to keep the greese from getting everywhere. I don't have these spares yet but I have taken a 10' electrical conduit pipe and will cut it down to the correct length so storage is CLEAN and easy.