Agree. Always amazed at trail ingenuity to resolve breaks and being with an experienced crew helps. My EB is loaded with relevant tools, assorted "things" to fab fixes, inverter, kits, fluids, extra drivelines, and, axles hard mounted to the rig to swap as needed. The comments here are great for that small kit to tweak, tighten, adjust. Don't plan on horse-whipping this rig. EB is for the hard, technical stuff.Good thread to get going, just want to say remember that wheeling isn't a singular activity it's usually done in groups with varying levels of skill n builds.
Meaning, for those of us who bring a tool kit or roll, the tools, air tools, straps, zip ties, duct tape, or even the winch aren't just for us, it's for others in your group, or the poor guy who got stuck on the trail either alone or underprepared. This happens to almost all of us who actually go out.
Always remember to lend a helping hand. What goes around definitely comes back when you're out in the woods.
Not calling you selfish or anything; got what you meant, just sharing a PSA for those reading who may be new to getting out.
Love the input. Thx