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Old 12-03-2011, 03:48 PM
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I'd say if you're gonna have recovery gear you may as well have a snatch block or two. Someone you're wheeling with or come across on your journeys will need a snatch block at some point and chances are, someone will have a winch. Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.
True, but if you don't have a winch or line you have no use for it. The guy with the winch should have one or two in his gear. I am not telling you not to buy one, I am just saying it would be added weight and take up storage space. I have a gasoline engine, I am not going to carry a can of diesel just in case the random guy on the trail needs it.

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Old 12-03-2011, 04:52 PM
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Re: Storing recovery gear...

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True, but if you don't have a winch or line you have no use for it. The guy with the winch should have one or two in his gear. I am not telling you not to buy one, I am just saying it would be added weight and take up storage space. I have a gasoline engine, I am not going to carry a can of diesel just in case the random guy on the trail needs it.

But that's just me To each their own!
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Re: Storing recovery gear...

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True, but if you don't have a winch or line you have no use for it. The guy with the winch should have one or two in his gear. I am not telling you not to buy one, I am just saying it would be added weight and take up storage space. I have a gasoline engine, I am not going to carry a can of diesel just in case the random guy on the trail needs it.

But that's just me To each their own!

I see what you're saying. Hell, I don't have ANY recovery gear, so who am I to talk. I guess I'm that random guy .
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Old 12-03-2011, 09:49 PM
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Re: Storing recovery gear...

You really don't need much! Most of the time a strap and a couple of shackles will do the trick. I like to have tow straps, a 30' and a 20'. The 30' is good for when the guy pulling you out can't or doesn't want to get down to where you are. The 20' is better for the tighter trails where a 30' is too long. The wheeling I do out here a 20' is more useful.
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I got a 20' too and have never used it. Still all wrapped up n new. Haha
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I have a gasoline engine, I am not going to carry a can of diesel just in case the random guy on the trail needs it.

But that's just me To each their own!
LOL!!! You funny bro
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Re: Storing recovery gear...

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I got a 20' too and have never used it. Still all wrapped up n new. Haha
Well we get this thing around here... its white and cold and makes the roads all slippy and such, its called snow. Now I know you cali boys would never understand lol but iv gotten the jeep into a jam last winter that took a tri-axle plow to get it out!
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Well we get this thing around here... its white and cold and makes the roads all slippy and such, its called snow. Now I know you cali boys would never understand lol but iv gotten the jeep into a jam last winter that took a tri-axle plow to get it out!
Yea I've heard of this "snow" you talk about. I seek it out while shivering in the 62*F days we have! hahaha
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I keep all my stuff in a Jeep duffel bag.
No way me too!!!

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