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My glove box has the maps. But the rear seat was removed and I carry:
a) Two toolboxes with SAE and metric tools, including low and high torque
b) A step toolbox with the following spare parts: Two fuel filters, air
filter, oil filter, thermostat, CPS, light bulbs, fuses, serpentine
belt, hose clamps, RTV sealant, various pieces of hardware, filter
wrench, anti-seize, aluminium thermostat billet and new Grade-8.8
bolts for it, etc.
c) In the tool tray near the rear wall of the crew cab I have a 12-VDC
portable air compressor, two fire extinguishers, box of latex
gloves, various straps, bungee cords, air chuck with pressure
d) In the pickup box a gallon of Delo-400, two bottles of Stanadyne,
spare upper and lower radiator hoses, two tow straps, hydraulic
jack, five gallons of diesel, two bags of tire chains, duct tape,
large and small wheel chocks, jumper cables, come-along, knee
pads, various pieces of 2x4's, couple bottles of tire air leak
sealer, respirator, one jack stand, Army trenching tool, etc.
e) In the side pockets of the front doors various flashlights, tools,
spare batteries, tire pressure gauges, tie-wraps, gloves, rags,
bungee cords, etc.
f) On the tranny hump sits a wheel chock next to the stick shifter...
g) In the center floor console between the front captain's seats I've
got a digital clamp-on AC/DC ammeter, a DVM, more fuses, cookies,
ant-acids, cell phone battery charger cable, etc.
h) When the camper is on the truck, the stuff in the pickup bed goes
into the camper storage compartments and in the storage spaces
between the camper and the pickup box side walls.