what about the actual tools you carry?
So all the spare parts etc are great ideas.
I've got all the standard stuff like shovels 2 types one for moving a lot of material like snow and another for tougher stuff. I also have a poop shovels so i guess it's 3 shovels. I have a space blanket, flashlight, some food, water, tarp, coveralls, two pairs of gloves, hi lift with big base plate and a recovery kit. I've got on board air, a gas can, and a NOAA radio.
Fuses are a great idea (i'm not sure hwy i don't have any).
What I've been trying to put together is an appropriate tool kit to keep on board. When I had VW's there was essentially a small tool bag you could put together that would get you out of most situations on to a more complete set of tools.
Currently I've got an assortment of metric sockets, screwdrivers, some vise grips, a hammer or two, and maybe some electrical tape.
Any other suggestions for my tool bag?
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