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What Recovery Equipment do you use.
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Mon Jul 22, 2013 9:19 am

For the fun of it, post pics of your recovery kit, and how it is stored :thumbup:

Mine goes in the "F" crate ...... for those situations where you might be F'd.......
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Mon Jul 22, 2013 9:31 am

FFFantastic!,
Still need to organize mine into it's own crate.
At this stage I'm still stuck at "A".......Anything come to think of it might be "E"...everything

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Mon Jul 22, 2013 9:36 am

Looks good Wayne. :thumbup: Mine is also in a crate but I still need to just get a high lid because mine is just to packed. :thumbdown: Just a quick question, shouldnt you think of another place for your fire extinguisher? Unless you have 2 and that is in a different place but in an emergancy it might not be nice to have to first struggle to get to the crate, then open it to get to the extinguisher. :think:
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Mon Jul 22, 2013 9:45 am

Ali3n wrote:Looks good Wayne. :thumbup: Mine is also in a crate but I still need to just get a high lid because mine is just to packed. :thumbdown: Just a quick question, shouldnt you think of another place for your fire extinguisher? Unless you have 2 and that is in a different place but in an emergancy it might not be nice to have to first struggle to get to the crate, then open it to get to the extinguisher. :think:
I was just thinking the same thing...

I have on next to my seat, drivers side.

My recovery box is the buried deep down in the drawer system. cause I never use it :lol:
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Mon Jul 22, 2013 9:49 am

Ek like die idee van die krat... maar soos Ali3n ook noem. Die F is nogals helemal reg wat jy gaan ge-F wees as jou bakkie begin brand en jy daai brandblusser eers uit daai boks moet uit kry...
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Mon Jul 22, 2013 10:07 am

Got mine all stashed in the back wall organizer :thumbup:
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Except for the fire thingy.....
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Mon Jul 22, 2013 10:21 am

Nee die brand blusser het sy eie plek gekry. my krat is ook propfol

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Mon Jul 22, 2013 10:36 am

Mine is in one of the ammo boxes and the bigger items behind the rear seat.

Neil, I like that back wall organiser, where did you get it from??????

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Mon Jul 22, 2013 11:20 am

Dingo wrote:Mine is in one of the ammo boxes and the bigger items behind the rear seat.

Neil, I like that back wall organiser, where did you get it from??????
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Mon Jul 22, 2013 11:25 am

Thunder02 wrote:Got mine all stashed in the back wall organizer :thumbup:
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Except for the fire thingy.....
Hi Neil, I am more interested in the "örganiser" you seem to have on the back seat (not the back wall). as mentioned to you before the back wall might not work too great for me due to some other stuff I have in the back. Can you post a few pics of the seat? Do you supply those for the IFS? Thanks

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Mon Jul 22, 2013 12:06 pm

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Thunder02 wrote:Got mine all stashed in the back wall organizer :thumbup:
IFS 1.jpg
Except for the fire thingy.....
Hi Neil, I am more interested in the "örganiser" you seem to have on the back seat (not the back wall). as mentioned to you before the back wall might not work too great for me due to some other stuff I have in the back. Can you post a few pics of the seat? Do you supply those for the IFS? Thanks
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Sorry Wayne for stealing your thread :blushing:
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 8:00 am

Legally you're also supposed to carry 2 x triangles :thumbup:
Must still come around to sort mine out neatly, and buy some odds and ends.
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 8:11 am

mmm, don't have one, my two Pajero buddys has all the stuff we need to recover them.
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:20 am

Proper recovery kit will not fit in a Wolfpak:
Winch remote
Snatch block
Tree trunk protector
Snatch rope
At least two tow straps
Chain
Axe
Tree saw
Branch cutters
Spade
Hi lift jack
At least four D-shackles, rated.
Sand ladders
Exhaust jack (for areas of bad sand)
Jumper leads (but could be part of the tool kit)

Just saying.
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:31 am

optirite wrote:Proper recovery kit will not fit in a Wolfpak:
Winch remote
Snatch block
Tree trunk protector
Snatch rope
At least two tow straps
Chain
Axe
Tree saw
Branch cutters
Spade
Hi lift jack
At least four D-shackles, rated.
Sand ladders
Exhaust jack (for areas of bad sand)
Jumper leads (but could be part of the tool kit)

Just saying.
Is your GPS and 4wd system working? :smile:
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:39 am

Hoppy wrote:
optirite wrote:Proper recovery kit will not fit in a Wolfpak:
Winch remote
Snatch block
Tree trunk protector
Snatch rope
At least two tow straps
Chain
Axe
Tree saw
Branch cutters
Spade
Hi lift jack
At least four D-shackles, rated.
Sand ladders
Exhaust jack (for areas of bad sand)
Jumper leads (but could be part of the tool kit)

Just saying.
Is your GPS and 4wd system working? :smile:
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:58 am

optirite wrote:Proper recovery kit will not fit in a Wolfpak:
Winch remote
Snatch block
Tree trunk protector
Snatch rope
At least two tow straps
Chain
Axe
Tree saw
Branch cutters
Spade
Hi lift jack
At least four D-shackles, rated.
Sand ladders
Exhaust jack (for areas of bad sand)
Jumper leads (but could be part of the tool kit)

Just saying.
Obviously that excludes the triangles, gloves, fire extinguisher (and when I go into deep bush a small petrol chain saw) and sat phone.
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 11:06 am

Hoppy wrote:
optirite wrote:Proper recovery kit will not fit in a Wolfpak:
Winch remote
Snatch block
Tree trunk protector
Snatch rope
At least two tow straps
Chain
Axe
Tree saw
Branch cutters
Spade
Hi lift jack
At least four D-shackles, rated.
Sand ladders
Exhaust jack (for areas of bad sand)
Jumper leads (but could be part of the tool kit)

Just saying.
Is your GPS and 4wd system working? :smile:
:laugh2: :laugh2:
GPS and backup maps as a lot of the routes that I take are not on either GPS nor maps but I can use the maps to show direction to. I also often go alone as in single vehicle so I definately cannot get and stay stuck.

4wd system ... I always have spare hubs, bearing kits etc with me; as well as a comprehensive tool kit and electrical box.

Mebbe we could start another thread ... Show and tell - Tool kit too.
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 11:10 am

optirite wrote:
Hoppy wrote:
optirite wrote:Proper recovery kit will not fit in a Wolfpak:
Winch remote
Snatch block
Tree trunk protector
Snatch rope
At least two tow straps
Chain
Axe
Tree saw
Branch cutters
Spade

Hi lift jack
At least four D-shackles, rated.
Sand ladders
Exhaust jack (for areas of bad sand)
Jumper leads (but could be part of the tool kit)

Just saying.
Is your GPS and 4wd system working? :smile:
:laugh2: :laugh2:
GPS and backup maps as a lot of the routes that I take are not on either GPS nor maps but I can use the maps to show direction to. I also often go alone as in single vehicle so I definately cannot get and stay stuck.

4wd system ... I always have spare hubs, bearing kits etc with me; as well as a comprehensive tool kit and electrical box.

Mebbe we could start another thread ... Show and tell - Tool kit too.
And a gardening thread too... :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:16 pm

Hoppy wrote:
optirite wrote:Proper recovery kit will not fit in a Wolfpak:
Winch remote
Snatch block
Tree trunk protector
Snatch rope
At least two tow straps
Chain
Axe
Tree saw
Branch cutters
Spade
Hi lift jack
At least four D-shackles, rated.
Sand ladders
Exhaust jack (for areas of bad sand)
Jumper leads (but could be part of the tool kit)

Just saying.
Is your GPS and 4wd system working? :smile:
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Some of the recovery gear I carry:
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Hi Lift Jack Adapter"
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Thunder02 wrote:Sorry Wayne for stealing your thread :blushing:
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Maak jy die covers self?
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Stefan Swarts wrote:
Thunder02 wrote:Sorry Wayne for stealing your thread :blushing:
IFS seat3(1).jpg
IFS seat4(1).jpg
Niel
Maak jy die covers self?
Stefan
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Sun Feb 09, 2014 8:03 pm

ek mag lief maar ek is seker ek het van die organizers op die online shop hier gesien :naah:
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Genissie wrote:ek mag lief maar ek is seker ek het van die organizers op die online shop hier gesien :naah:
You are correct,at 4x4 Direct,they stock our products :thumbup:
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Mon Feb 10, 2014 12:22 pm

I've seen similar organisers at Megaworld...hangs from the jack handle mounts.

Also having issues with the recovery stuff, my kit so basic it all fits in a 7.62 metal ammo box :shh:
I think strarps etc in those upright ammo boxes (higher than the high lid but smaller footprint), although I haven't seen any of those around lately; the gardening tools should go in the alu canopy against the doors or inside the tail gate :think:

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seem like there is only a few items
for a toyota you gonna need more than that
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JEEPIE wrote:seem like there is only a few items
for a toyota you gonna need more than that
Only if you have Jeep drivers as friends :twisted:
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Mon Feb 10, 2014 3:09 pm

Stef wrote:I've seen similar organisers at Megaworld...hangs from the jack handle mounts.

Also having issues with the recovery stuff, my kit so basic it all fits in a 7.62 metal ammo box :shh:
I think strarps etc in those upright ammo boxes (higher than the high lid but smaller footprint), although I haven't seen any of those around lately; the gardening tools should go in the alu canopy against the doors or inside the tail gate :think:
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