So the back is a mess...and I wouldn't mind having a current invetory of the field tool kit...
That wool blanket I can trace back to being in our '77 Scout as well. Heck now that I think of it...the baling wire I have came off a roll that I remember also being in the Scout!
Ratchet, 25" Breaker Bar, Extension Set, U-Joint
Forgot to write down sizes -- up to 7/8" SAE
Metric through 19mm
20mm Deep in case lug nuts swell
36mm axle nut
Figure might as well leave the 3/4" on the ratchet for taking off the sway bar links.
Pry Bar/Chisel thingy from Milwaukee
Trim Removal Tool
Nut Driver / Torx / Small Hex
Extension (u-joint to be transferred from another bag)
Screw it, not inventorying them.
The Junk Drawer of the tool bag.
Wrenches - up to 3/8" and 15mm
Moved the extension and u-joint to the bag that has the wrench. May try finding a small bag to put these it within the other 3/8" drive bag.
So looking through and what I used this weekend I want to add to the kit:
-- 19mm or 3/4" wrench
-- 1/2" to 3/8" adapter
Chainsaw pouch --
Fiskar extandable brush cutters
Orange rain coat
LED Broken down vehicle warning thingy
Tire Repair Kit
Behind it in the ziplock bag is a 6-ton bottle jack. Probably need a nice couple 4x4x4 blocks for it to be useful...
Couple traction boards against back seat
Hiking poles on top of them.
Seat tucked up on the passenger side and held down with a piece of velcro to keep from rattling.
-- New England DeLorme Atlases
Green Bag -- first aid kit
Black & Yellow Bag:
-- 12' Grade 100 logging chain (I think it's 12'...)
-- Green-pin steel shackles
-- Trailer Hitch with 2" ball
-- Trailer Hitch with shackle
Hmmm...forgot to put the pack with the rest of the winch stuff in the pic:
-- Winch Controller
-- 30' Recovery Rope
-- 20' Tow Strap
-- 30' Tow Strap
-- Tree Saver
-- (2) Soft Shackles
-- Plastic & Garbage Bags
Milwaukee chain saw...as needed
Not shown: Battery jump box...as needed