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Old 05-31-2011, 09:37 PM   #1
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A 4 wheeler-specific complete repair kit you can carry in your 4wheeler's tool box. Thank you in advance.
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If the engine is on petrol, you could have most of the electric spare parts as spares, like plugs, coil, battery clamps. We used to carry two spare tyres, a spare spring (blades), and assorted stuff like tyre levers, jack, and a big box of tools. We broke the half shaft twice and continued in 4WD after taking out the broken ones from the back.

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