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storage bag ?????

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by riz, Dec 12, 2001.

  1. riz

    riz 3/4 ton status

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    <font color=purple> I just got this storage bag from Target for 10 bucks and want to put all the goodies in it and keep in the back of our minivan ......... Right now I've got an Atlas, a bottle of wiper fluid, a quart of oil, our reciever hitch, some smaller bottles of gas treatment ................ What else ? I'd like to have all the stuff I may need right at my fingertips. I'm thinking of putting in jumper cables and a tire gauge and a few other things............ It's real roomy and I have a lot of room yet, so fire away !!! Here's a picture of it........... good deal at 10 bucks !

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  2. riz

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    <font color=purple> Sorry ! The dimmensions are 22" long x 16" wide x 10" deep and has mesh pockets on both length sides, a big pocket with flap on one width side and 2 pockets with flaps on the other width side .......... the inside is divided in half and one side is again divided in half ....... there are elastic loops on the inside as well ........ There, that might help since the picture is kind of small. Go for it ....... I'll add to the list.

    L8r,
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  3. 81Bogger

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    well, in my truck, I've got a 20' length of rusty logging cable, and 30' of 1" chain to pull all the furds outta the ditch, but I don't think that'll fit in the bag....[​IMG] .....um, maybe some tire chains? a small socket set? I have so many tools in my truck............not to say that it ever has ANY problems......................[​IMG]

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  4. CaptCrunch

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    Tow strap, jumper cables, matches, decent tool set (with some wrenches, screw drivers, sockets etc.), some carb spray or staring fluid, blankets, spare dry clothes, socks, big boots, a small metal colapsable shovel.

    Deer rifle for the neighbor hooligans... a 4 wheeler incase you get stuck, a big bottle of Jack in case you get both vehicles stock [​IMG] LOL [​IMG]

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  5. shaggyk5

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    atf, PS fuid, tire gauge, small cheep basic wrench set maybe, definately jumper cables, emergency road flares, ummm...

    -matt
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  6. riz

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    <font color=purple> Keep em coming everybody ....... remember , it's for our minivan though ........a tow strap probably isn't high priority. LOL !

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  7. Cmoe

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    Flash Light, gloves, hand cleaner, fan belt, lug nuts, fuses Jumper cables &amp; rain coat ( have you ever had a flat in the rain wearing a suit)......I woouldn't put fluids in the bag due to they allmost always leak and ruin carpeting and the bag too.....

    C'moe

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    BLINKER FLUID [​IMG]

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  9. 2Dogs

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    Fill old 2 liter soda bottles with water - they are tough and usually seal well. 1 or 2 will be fine. If you need more you get to hike with the bottles :)

    Dave

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  10. Don't forget the duct tape!

    -Rick

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  11. Grim-Reaper

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    A old wool army blanket or two. If it breaks down worse than a coolant hose it is doubtful your going to be able to roadside reapir without ot a scaner. I would buy a cheap set of tools for minor repairs. Then stuff like Jumper cables a good 4 wat lug wrench cause the wrench most vehicles come with just stink. Might even what to get a bottle jack and a peice of wood to set it on.... Tire plug kit. cheap o $12 cig lighter air compressor. Sure would suck to have to change a tire in the middle of winter when you might be able to put some air in it and drive it to a service station.
    Set of work gloves might be a good idea. can of fix a flat. Cheap garage sale CB that plugs into the cig lighter may not be a bad idea either. Cheap (tarp 6x8ft) so if you have to get under it in wet conditions you have a chance at staying dry or finding the lug nuts you just took off in the snow. With your winters I would skip water in there and go for Anti freeze. carry the water in the summer when it won't freeze, split the bottle then drain all over the place. radiator hose repair kit. Comes with sleaves and clamps. takes up very little room and cheap.

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    <font color=purple> Now we're talking ! Getting all of the stuff I couldn't think of tonight ........ thanks for the input everybody ! I'll still keep taking any ideas however.

    L8r,
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    <font color=purple> Now we're talking ! Getting all of the stuff I couldn't think of tonight ........ thanks for the input everybody ! I'll still keep taking any ideas however.

    L8r,
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    Chemlites, a couple blankets, hats and MITTENS for each of the regular passengers (wait, you're in Wisconsin-you should know how to prep for winter...).

    Ken

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    <font color=purple> This isn't just for winter ......... It would be a year round thing of all the stuff I may need.

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