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Old 04-29-2012, 03:57 PM   #1
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For Safety Equipment.. What'* In your Trunk or Truck?

I know my large trunk in the Park Ave is pretty full with very little space left.
Ha Ha.. "Don't leave home without it! "
Is this a guy thing or mainly for highway user'* / trips ??
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Trunk: Spare tire, jack, 4 way, first aid kit, Emergency Roadside kit(jumper cables, fix-a-flat, etc), amp.

Truck (cab):jumper cables, bungee cords, cargo straps, first aid kit, jack/lug tool, bag of hand tools, spare wire, spare bulbs, quart of oil, quart of tranny fluid, quart of PS fluid, gallon of coolant. Really glad I have the Crew Cab so everything is either under or behind the rear seat!
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I'm not even sure anymore. I've been tossing stuff in my trunk for a couple years now.

There are a set of OEM black leather seat covers in there that I should put on my GP.

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firebird- just the t-tops

yukon- straps, tie downs, first aid kit, hitches, jumper cables, bungees

monte- snow brush, first aid kit, jumper cables, window cleaner, tire wet foam, heavy coat, hat and gloves.

bonnie- to scary to look the wifes usually got it packed with crap that dont have any use.
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The dead body I'm suppose to dispose of..... oh wait, nevermind. Just some jumper cables and a baseball bat, glove, and some balls, lime, plastic bags, shovel, you know, manly stuff.
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By the sounds of it I have gone way over board.
My Garage trunk needs a roof rack!
Two Flashlights (one 36LED) and other 2 million candle power. Tools galore. One 200 piece socket set/drivers, and separate tool box with tire nail repair,all the pliers,hammers,screwdrivers,tapes, clamps, etc & etc.
Spare belt,rad hoses,lamps, heater hoses,shovel,commercial first aid kit++, blankets,candles,fire starter,jumper cables, spare pants/jackets socks etc....
Then onto the main box which is as wide as the entire trunk & fits nicely.
It contains everything else from spare fuses,all the fluids,trans,oil,coolant, polish,Wd-40,
wax/wash/sponge (so I can do on road cleansing) torque wrench,reflective triangles/vests, flares,windshield cleaners,spare blades,& AGM 600 watt inverter/power pack with compressor/booster. I think I can turn into a road rescue! (small Jerry can)
Just for fun I added an extra small 7 inch X 10" compressor today LOL!
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New Air Shocks & Springs?
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Oh, sorry, I was thinking along the lines of EMCOMM.
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Got that covered...as long as there are no solar flares LOL.
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