Off-Road Knives and Tools - What do you carry?

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Here are the knives/tools I carry for a variety of uses when I am off-roading. Airing down tires, basic vehicle repairs, pulling cactus needles out of my foot, and most importantly cutting limes for my beer. I know a lot of co-drivers carry knives incase they need to cut belts. What knives and tools do you carry?
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mpower

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my trusty benchmade knives and always keep a leatherman MUT nearby.
 

zjohnson

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I run this in the sheath zip tied to the cross tubes - It works awesome, cut an old set belt like a warm knife thru butter. My biggest fear in a car is crashing and having the seatbelts get stuck. Like the safety hook in it.
Also just run a benchmade knife in the passenger door for cutting random stuff . . .
 

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Kent Kroeker

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KORE Off-Road MPPS.

(Multi Purpose Problem Solver)

 

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I always have my Leatherman Skeletool on me, at work or racing. I also have a cheap folding knife in the Jeep with a bigger blade.
 

dhjeepgeek

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I always carry my 3.5 inch blade folding knife with a seat belt cutter in the handle. Good beer bottle opener too. The glass breaker doesn't do much good in the race car, but i carry it everywhere. We keep a Leather-man strapped to the passenger side. doesn't matter who is co-driving they have it.
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QurtysLyn

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Those seatbelt cutters are really good for terminating Ethernet (and other) cables. That's what I used it for at work on my old knife.
 

Jerry

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This is our most important tool in the tool bag. It also doubles as a weapon.
 

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randy s

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just don't carry a knife on your person in mexico..any kind of knife..
 
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