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Fun/useful on board utility accessories.

Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by island808, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. Feb 18, 2011 at 12:02 AM
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    island808

    island808 [OP] Me l've got brains.

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    I love adding utility to my truck. I've always added a high output inverter, but this one comes with one that's so far doin it for me. Runs my sawsall under a light load anyway and my little air compressor. And I've got an impressive array of 18v battery operated tools.

    Trying to think of other things to add.

    Any smaller remote spots out there that would be handy for lighting a work area in the dark?

    I like the idea of having a winch, but that's big and heavy, someday.

    On board air isn't useless. Might add it, but little compressor under my seat is working.

    A neat little tool carrier that's out of the way might be nice, Ive got my inside wells full of stuff already (access cab). Was looking for a place to mount an ammo can or something to keep a few tools in. ANy ideas for that? I have to use the access cab jump seats a lot with the kids.

    I'm not really willing to put much if anything in the bed. Its got to keep its utility too. So small already can't take up too much.


    Anybody got some neat little things they've attached to their truck or found a place to fit something super useful that they're proud of?
    I'm about out of cool ideas. Especially ones that are pretty good fit to a tacoma. Like a product that fits right on the wheel well or in the cubbies in the bed. I can weld, and stuff. Don't have a fabrication shop, but a grinder and welder I do have.
     
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