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    cable ties, sticky tape, selant and you can fix anything haha, or shifter, chisel and hammer. if you want to get agricultural

    if i remember tomorrow i will post a pic of the wonders of zip ties

    edit: Mazda 323 fwd, front engine mount, zip ties was a side of road fix then fencing wire for added clutch dump insurance, started to notice something when the gearstick moved back wile accelerating


    been like that for 6 months now, every known again a few brake so i need to add some more or more wire
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    mini cordless impact drill(has rattle gun setting)MUST HAVE
    Sockets to fit drill
    1eighth drill bit
    Zippies
    Flat and phillips head bit
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    i just keep a big box of zipties, few spare p plates, a 32mm spanner (the negotiator) , my dads phone number and roadside assistancenumber

    i've only ever hadd to use my dads number. i poped a tyre, so he drove out two spares i had, a jack an nessaasary tools to change the tyre, he's a mad cunt.
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    Id explain more but there people on here I dont like, and i want to see this shit on thsir supposedly awesome masterfully built but stock power making 20v
    bursting ovaries since 92'

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    a jumppack. i have 13" steelies i cbf changing a Tire if one went flat, drive that shit out
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    Can you class Darryl Summers as a tool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vivioman View Post
    X2, but mine is a steering lock instead of a baseball bat
    Mine is a baseball bat shaped steering wheel lock

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    If you're carrying a spare that is different from all your other wheels, and requires different wheel nuts, having 4/5 of them is a good idea.
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    SR's are ghey.

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    I would say Pliers. Your hands are not the most effective tool for gripping and maneuvering small objects. That’s where pliers come in handy. One set of pliers will not do the trick either. You’ll likely need a small assortment of pliers in various styles and sizes for different kinds of jobs.

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