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Okay, so fuck the mosquitoes. Thought better do it while it is still cool out this morning. Think I lost about a pint of blood, but hey what ever. So this is the tool bag that I use.

tool bag from Amazon

I have been using this for about a year now and it is holding up well. It has been on approximately 20 wheeling adventures and is used when ever I work on my Jeep or any of my friends Jeep. There is all the tools you need to do just about anything, minus a torque wrench. On the trail. Tight will have to work until we get off the trail.

This is the bag full and closed. There is more room in it.
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Working from left to right...
Bookmarked. Great post. Thanks!



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This is the bag full and closed. There is more room in it.
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Seems to have a lot of room in it, multiple compartments to segregate things, able to fit into a flat spot. I was thinking it would easily fit in storage under the cargo floor but ou don't use it that way.
 

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Seems to have a lot of room in it, multiple compartments to segregate things, able to fit into a flat spot. I was thinking it would easily fit in storage under the cargo floor but ou don't use it that way.
I would. I acually put a loop over the rear seat head rest and hang it on the back of the rear seats out of the way of everything. This way it does not take up any floor space.

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Then when I need something I flip the seat down. to access them.
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I like the seat flip down idea. My prior life as a claims adjuster would cause me to also strap it to the floor tie down right there just to help eliminate the risk of it flipping itself over the seat in an accident and hitting you in the back of the head.
 

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I like the seat flip down idea. My prior life as a claims adjuster would cause me to also strap it to the floor tie down right there just to help eliminate the risk of it flipping itself over the seat in an accident and hitting you in the back of the head.
It can easily be strapped down at the bottom of the seat also.
 
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Okay, so fuck the mosquitoes. Thought better do it while it is still cool out this morning. Think I lost about a pint of blood, but hey what ever. So this is the tool bag that I use.

tool bag from Amazon

I have been using this for about a year now and it is holding up well. It has been on approximately 20 wheeling adventures and is used when ever I work on my Jeep or any of my friends Jeep. There is all the tools you need to do just about anything, minus a torque wrench. On the trail. Tight will have to work until we get off the trail.

This is the bag full and closed. There is more room in it.
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Working from left to right. The big pocket holds wrenches and the second from the left holds pliers.
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As you can see there is still room left over and I have wrenches from tiny to 24 MM and some common SAE wrenches.

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Pliers.....why well you never know when your multi tool is going to break or you lose that sum bitch.
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1/2 inch impact Deep wells sockets, extensions, and related stuff. 8mm to 24 mm
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And like the others, still room for more... if needed
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Then the sockets and stuff that may not need an cordless impact gun.
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That pocket is pretty full
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Then the last pocket is screwdrivers, and such....
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So this is how it is transported in my Jeep.
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This is how I access my tools.
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The bag is easy to carry. I often carry it to work on other people Jeeps, why because people go wheeling with out looking over their Jeep before they leave because working on Jeeps on the edge of the trail is way cooler than in a garage.
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The bag has held up well to all of the use it has gotten. If I fuck this bag up, I will pony up and spend another $22 dollars for another one. As far as tools go. This bag has been worth every penny.

I do have one other bag that holds my cordless 1/2" impact gun and / impact driver with a driver bit kit. That bag fits under the rear passenger seat.
I didn’t even want a tool roll but this one was so cheap I bought it. Lol
 

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