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Old 02-20-2019, 02:57 PM   #51 (permalink)
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I can assure you it would have survived. I have been on a few good trails with it, snow wheeling, and 100+ miles of wash boards and whoops that are the Mojave Road.

The foam is very tight around each tool.


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I've done the Mojave Trail several times, and I'm fairly confident I could get through that entire trail in my old Honda Accord. The Mojave is one of my favorite places in the world, but I rarely lock the hubs while on the main trail(s).
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Old 02-20-2019, 04:12 PM   #52 (permalink)
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I've done the Mojave Trail several times, and I'm fairly confident I could get through that entire trail in my old Honda Accord. The Mojave is one of my favorite places in the world, but I rarely lock the hubs while on the main trail(s).


I didnít say it was a hard trail, just bumpy......... Go there when the lake is wet and I guarantee youíll need more than 4wd. That lake is nasty when wet.


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this is my not awesome way of organizing sockets on the trail

everything else is basically just tossed into tool bags

and yes i carry a fawk ton of other tools... like 3 more bags of tools and a box of parts and bolts


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Im very tempted to leave this thread alone, with someone understanding one of my points..



Ive seen lots of things break.. usually you cant fix the problem with most tools.. unless you have lots of tools and all kinds of spare parts.. most people don't carry all the tools they would need with them, becuz of the risk of theft.. and they dont understand that you simply cant fix something that broke, with all the tools in the world.. tools alone, will not solve your problems.. and with the high price of good tools (one of my best friends used to be a snap-on franchisee) its cheaper to carry more spare parts, than every little tool you can think of..



does that make sense too??
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Last time out we needed a set of bolt cutters to cut a hard line a buddy cooling system. I'm now packing a hacksaw blade in mine.

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Last time out we needed a set of bolt cutters to cut a hard line a buddy cooling system. I'm now packing a hacksaw blade in mine.

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Last time out we needed a set of bolt cutters to cut a hard line a buddy cooling system. I'm now packing a hacksaw blade in mine.

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most hardware stores sell a foldable saw handle that uses a normal sawzall blade, i have 3 of them , nice and compact easy to store or throw in your tool bag

like this
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwauke...0305/202525764

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most hardware stores sell a foldable saw handle that uses a normal sawzall blade, i have 3 of them , nice and compact easy to store or throw in your tool bag

like this
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwauke...0305/202525764
Nice, that's a better solution. I'll pick a couple up.

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