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What do you carry in you bag?

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Thanks MWKE, I was searching for that.
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That would definitely be nice to have in a place like Glamis. Where there are no real landmarks to watch.
Just Bot eating sand!:laugh:

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afternoon Boys, (click on the italic words)

I added some tools to mine that I use a lot. I live out in the sticks and keep the trails clean. I put a Machete on it, we have some strong sticker bushes round here.

It also comes in handy when goin into caves. I figure what ever is in one might not be to friendly, I can't swing it but what ever is in there will have to eat it to get to me..

I also put a stake bed on mine to keep dog from fallin out. And you gotta have a knife handy. A shovel is a must. I had to ad paddin to my rear seat so the lil Wife would stop fallin off. (I hate stopping and pickin her up all the time) Had to make a pouch for the air pump. I also needed a pouch for my cigs.

Edited by hobbles

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Yeah I recently added a shovel. I ride on trails that sound like the same type as you. Trees down, branches everywhere, vines, and pickers. Always have a saw to cut up down trees and vines.

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Afternoon bumpercarkid

Yep, I also have a small hand saw but found that the Machete can cut/chop the tree limbs a lil easier and faster. I'm lazy. That's a heavy machete which makes it easier. Do you have them darn black berry bushes up there? We got em every where down here, I hate them critters,,,,

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No we don't have them on the trails. We have vines with like big pickers. Man they hurt. I usually come back with a new hole in my jacket. We run to a lot of trees down. Some are dead and we can cut up or just pull out of the way. Others have been there for a while so we stack branches on each side to get more traction.

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Yeah there pretty bad. I like them though because there about 1 minute from my house. So I can jump on my three wheeler and my neighbor can jump on his and we can go riding for an hour or so and we can go whenever we want. Where the next closest trails are about a half hour each way. I like the trails close to home.

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[EDIT] sorry about misspelling "when" in the title!!

Well, I should be getting a truck soon and will finally be able to do some nice trail riding so my first question is: What do you bring with you?

I already have a nice winch and emergency tool kit, Id bring some water... but what else?

I don't think Id need extra gas, it has a 2.5 gal tank and its only 250cc... also, I am going to buy some straps but What else? what are some good things to have on the trail?

thanks!

Edited by BuckBilly

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[EDIT] sorry about misspelling "when" in the title!!

Well, I should be getting a truck soon and will finally be able to do some nice trail riding so my first question is: What do you bring with you?

I already have a nice winch and emergency tool kit, Id bring some water... but what else?

I don't think Id need extra gas, it has a 2.5 gal tank and its only 250cc... also, I am going to buy some straps but What else? what are some good things to have on the trail?

thanks!

I merged these two threads, repeat topic.

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A lot of mine depends on how long I plan to ride. For the longest I carry:

Polaris tool kit

Extra Plug

Extra Drive Belt

Bottle of Slime

12v Air Compressor

Tire Plugs

Large Tow Strap

Med First Aid Kit

Extra Gloves

3D Maglight

Binoculars

Emergency Poncho

Water & Gatoraid

Folding Shovel

Camp Hatchet

Large Leatherman

Plenty of Smokes

Two Lighters

Ratchet Straps

Bungies

Camera

1 Gallon Gas Can

Cell Phone

Handheld GPS

Ya'll gave me a few new items that will be added before the next long trip.

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Q.What do you carry in you bag?

A. my nutts!

LOL..........sorry but this was coming!

Unlike your nuts!!!!!

LOL!!!

Edited by BuckBilly

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i have the tow straps a flashlight and a lighter and water a few tools and tire plug kit with co2 inflater and the stock tool kit but thats usually about it unless im going ware no man has gone b4 in a quad then i take alot more things to get unstuck with ....

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Q.What do you carry in you bag?

A. my nutts!

LOL..........sorry but this was coming!

Lol i was gunna ask why would you want to know what i carry in my azz?

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