I carry my (800) 07FJ-TOW card I know a few members that have used it!
Yep good point Joey, just off what is in my Baja back pack could last me 3 days if this was a worse earth quake. I keep power bars in there that dont spoil and granola bars.when i'm in Baja I always have food and drink to last me atleast a day as well as a set of clothes. In the desert i just make sure i have a TON of beer!!!
The whole point to me would be to ride with good friends and not by yourself.I have seen the strongest built Rhino loose a bolt and be stuck. I have seen a bike loose a radiator cap deep in baja 100 miles from anywhere? The guy is a good mechanic and the bike was sound? somehting went wrong? and always will go wrong it always happens. This thread is about total possible prepardness when a problem accurs.
There are guys I ride with a lot on this forum. That have broken tie rod end, steering rod bolts? lug nuts lost? just easy fixes if you have the part.
Your question seems to be do yu really need eveything? Thats why I put the 100lbs weight limit on the spare parts and tools. Because no you cant carry everything toi heavy. This does not including spare tire and fuel I guess.
Also think about if you break down, would you maybe have to spend the night out there? Be prepared for this if it applies. Local camping store has all the Nasa Blanket/sleeping bags and pounchos and water proof matches etc..
These acessories weigh next to nothing and are always good to have.
ah yes! Tha ll important riding in pairs, and having radios!!The whole point to me would be to ride with good friends and not by yourself.
Handheld or better GPS should also be a must on at least two offroad toys in the group.
Alot of this stuff should be in camp and some basics with the Rhino.