Worked 4+ hours just cleaning and organizing the Jeep (hasn't had a good cleaning since before Moab). Tomorrow will be another round...was feeling really sore and not moving well in the afternoon then I realized I just got up and started doing stuff this morning and never took a shower, which meant I never took my morning Advil :/
Part 1 of...I don't know how many :D
-- Trim Removal Tool
-- Milwaukee small pry bar
-- Flathead Screwdrivers
-- Phillips Screwdrivers
-- Driver & Bit Set
Brush & Stuff Bag
-- Hose Clamps
-- Baling Wire
-- Zip Ties
1/4" Ratchet Bag
-- 1/4" Ratchet
-- 1/4" Socket set (Metric & SAE)
-- 1/4" Extension
-- 1/4" U-joint
3/8" SAE Bag
3/8" Specialty Bag
-- Spark Plug
-- Flat & Phillips screw driver
3/8" Metric Bag
-- 3/8" Ratchet
-- 3/8" Extensions
-- 3/8" U-Joint
-- 3/8" Metric sockets
-- 1/2" Ratchet
-- 1/2" Extensions
-- 1/2" U-Joint
-- 1/2" 19MM sockets
-- 1/2" 36MM Axle Nut socket
-- 1/2" Metric & SAE Sockets
Not pictured here is a set of lug nut sockets, multiple sizes to deal with swollen sockets.
Tool Bag Bottom & Inside Pockets:
Recovery Bag Stuff:
-- Two soft shackles
-- 20' Static Strap
-- 30' Static Strap
-- Tree Saver
-- 7/8" Kinetic Recovery Rope
-- Velcro winch line protective sleeve
Since picture was taken, the hard shackle and pulley have been relocated out of the bag to save weight.
Grips Bag -- misc. stuff for electrical, rigging cameras, tape, etc.
Tire Patch Kit
Rope Fid tool -- now stored with the SAE wrenches.
SAE Wrenches & Fid
Some new stuff for the bottom of the bag --
-- Mechanics Hammer
-- C-Clamp (from the tools I got from Ed from his dad)
-- Punch & Chisel Kit
There's no way I'm lugging that in and out of the Jeep when it is fully loaded up :D
But having many of the tools in the zipper bags & rolls, I can put the on the seat as I dig for what I need.
Snap ring pliers
"Floor tools" to big to fit in a bag --
-- 25" 1/2" Breaker Bar
-- Extendable 1/2" Breaker Bar
(Noticed while working on the Jeep earlier in the month the 25" doesn't really clear inside the wheel wells easily; the extanble one was in my tool box, I think I got it from Ed.
-- Pry bar
-- Dead Blow hammer
Kind of blends in, but the Tire Kit is underneath the driver's seat.
-- Logging Chain in case I need to wrap around something sharp. I definitely wouldn't trust it for kinetic recovery.
-- Shackles -- these are high-grade ones.
-- Pulley rated for synthetic rope
Shackles will go under the tool kit, this will keep them from rattling against each other.
Rest goes under rear seat; will add the tow hitch here too.
All tucked away :)