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Phoenix 5.7
05-22-2006, 07:42 PM
What is yalls suggested packing list, preparation list, etc?

Tool set:
8mm socket
10mm socket
13mm socket
1/4 extension
1/4 ratchet
Torx set
metric Allen set
pliers
flathead screwdriver
crescent wrench
flathead screwdriver
Tire pressure gauge
12v air compressor
Lug wrench
flashlight

Supplies:
Gallon of 50/50 antifreeze mix
set of belts
quart or 2 of oil of choice
can of fix-a-flat
turn signal and brakelight bulbs
set of blade fuses of various sizes
electrical crimps and connectors
electrical tape

Other:
Computer w/ map software(i use microsuck streets and trips w/ gps)
scanning tool/software if possible for SES codes
~150w power inverter
contact info for at least one other person doing the tour
paper map of each state(can get for free at visitors center when entering state)

if i think of something else, ill add it. feel free to add ur own. only 1 1/2 weeks!!

Phoenix 5.7
05-24-2006, 11:45 AM
anybody else have suggestions?

The Alchemist
05-24-2006, 11:46 AM
I'm not taking too much. Most likely all of the tools you listed, but not many supplies since all of those are easily obtainable at a Walmart car section or any car parts store. I'm going with my Dad, and between the two of us, our changes of clothes, and miscelaneous items, there really isn't a whole lot of room for anything else.

Phoenix 5.7
05-24-2006, 12:14 PM
Im not taking absolutely everything listed either, but a decent bit. i know that ppl will help if i break for some reason, but sometimes ur kinda far from any real civilization. ill take what i can, as long as the tops can still come out

ncd1966
05-24-2006, 12:55 PM
What is yalls suggested packing list, preparation list, etc?

Tool set:
8mm socket
10mm socket
13mm socket
1/4 extension
1/4 ratchet
Torx set
metric Allen set
pliers
flathead screwdriver
crescent wrench
flathead screwdriver
Tire pressure gauge
12v air compressor
Lug wrench
flashlight

Supplies:
Gallon of 50/50 antifreeze mix
set of belts
quart or 2 of oil of choice
can of fix-a-flat
turn signal and brakelight bulbs
set of blade fuses of various sizes
electrical crimps and connectors
electrical tape

Other:
Computer w/ map software(i use microsuck streets and trips w/ gps)
scanning tool/software if possible for SES codes
~150w power inverter
contact info for at least one other person doing the tour
paper map of each state(can get for free at visitors center when entering state)

if i think of something else, ill add it. feel free to add ur own. only 1 1/2 weeks!!


GEE Wizz man your not driving a freakin ford. i hope you are using a trailer for all that. because you won't have any room to sit in your car


oh don't forget to bring the 4 post car lift hehe

slmdLS1
05-24-2006, 01:36 PM
its my daily driver and i've never had to haul any of that around so im not taking it with me.

kdogc5
05-25-2006, 01:01 PM
one small tool kit and electrical tape... fuses a must... for some reason they always blow on the tour...(6th year returner) thats about it.... oh yeh a cooler full of ice cold snickers bars and bottled water......lol

kdogc5
05-25-2006, 01:03 PM
What is yalls suggested packing list, preparation list, etc?

Tool set:
8mm socket
10mm socket
13mm socket
1/4 extension
1/4 ratchet
Torx set
metric Allen set
pliers
flathead screwdriver
crescent wrench
flathead screwdriver
Tire pressure gauge
12v air compressor
Lug wrench
flashlight

Supplies:
Gallon of 50/50 antifreeze mix
set of belts
quart or 2 of oil of choice
can of fix-a-flat
turn signal and brakelight bulbs
set of blade fuses of various sizes
electrical crimps and connectors
electrical tape

Other:
Computer w/ map software(i use microsuck streets and trips w/ gps)
scanning tool/software if possible for SES codes
~150w power inverter
contact info for at least one other person doing the tour
paper map of each state(can get for free at visitors center when entering state)

if i think of something else, ill add it. feel free to add ur own. only 1 1/2 weeks!!



you forgot a partrage in a pear tree.... :jest:

Phoenix 5.7
05-25-2006, 02:27 PM
the tools fit in a small bag mostly. the supplies don;t take up much space, and the other stuff is optional. i prefer to have extra incase, or incase somebody else has trouble also

kdogc5
05-25-2006, 05:01 PM
OH YEH ONE MORE THING RED BULL LOTS AND LOTS OF RED BULL!!!!!!! :bang: :bang: :bang: :bang: