1. Impact gun
Having an impact gun as part of your arsenal can make light work of removing those stubborn bolts and wheel nuts. They can be extremely handy when you need to undo and tighten bolts in the outback and can save time. Be mindful of the tension you put on the bolts your adjusting. Oh and make sure you take charged batteries.
2. Portable Drill
We are not going to harp on too long about what you can do with a drill. But it sure does come in handy when you least expect it. They can be utilized for Drilling out rivets, putting in screws and loosening stubborn bolts to quickly name a few. Be sure to have a charged battery.
3. Reciprocating Saw
The reciprocating saw has a number of different uses that can come in handy when away on your 4x4 journey. The reciprocating saw has different blades to suit different materials that are handy for cutting wood, metal & plastic. The reciprocating saw is also handy for getting into those hard to reach places.
Always carry spare blades as they are notorious for breaking when cutting stubborn materials.
4. Rotary Tool
A Rotary Tool is an extremely handy and versatile power tool that can be used for a range of applications. They are capable of fitting into tight spaces and can be used for cutting, grinding, cleaning surfaces, sharpening and the list goes on.
We think it is fairly obvious as to why you need to carry a grinder and not here to tell you how to suck eggs. However Grinders should definitely be part of your arsenal when heading away on a long trip. They are great for removing stubborn bolts, working with metals, cutting or reshaping damaged bodywork. The majority of the battery operated Grinders come in 115mm or 125mm. Again, check that your battery is charged before prior to departure.
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