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    Gordon Walton says:

    After dealing with a series of flats and slow leaks I began carrying an air tank. Quickly learned that a hundred pound air tank would not inflate a 40 psi tire. Volume.
    Maybe an integrated air compressor is a good idea.

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    Smiddy Wesson says:

    #1 bug out vehicle loadout item, a bicycle, moped, or motorcycle. Let's face it, unless you are towing a bulldozer, you cannot ensure the roads will be passable. Don't forget that garden cart so you look like an extra from The Road.

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    AKA. The Giant-killer says:

    Only God! Can save us! Preparing for the end is Good! But wen time ends it ends! U cant beat time or God! I only prep to have one last word with my family! And last word would be I Love you! And let’s fight til are end!

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    Ogre Dad says:

    If you don’t have on-board air. If you don’t have an extra fuel tank to transfer at the flip of a switch. If you don’t have a winch. If you don’t have over-ride switch for your lights. If you don’t have (2) spare tires. If you don’t have a shovel. You don’t have a ‘bug-out rig’

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    Rodney Reynolds says:

    Just picked up a new to me truck… A 1998 Chevy Silverado 4×4 with the 350 vortec…. and the first thing we did was load it out with a host of things for bugging out or in case of SHTF. And getting 17+ mpg average to boot. Heck even my Camaro has an assortment of bug out goodies so I agree… Truck or not get your vehicle preppared. Great video.

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    NSNorfolk says:

    Even with everything loaded in 105mm mortar, color-coded, organized ammo cans, it'll still take an hour from "go time" until "wheels up." While some load, others are gathering information IRT the challenges we may face in the situation and adjusting any extras as necessary.

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    Foodie Diva says:

    Right i already have some supplies in my car. How do i get that msg to my grown children? I always leave with food and drink but keep change of clothes just got first aid kit on med ins in bug out backpack. Ok this gets me reminded to add more in my trunk. I got pepper spray. Hygiene stuff. Thx

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    NewEnglandLyle says:

    Nail on the head about pickup trucks.. I guess it is today's status symbol to have full sized 50k grocery getter. I had one to tow a good sized boat. Loved it. Hated the repair cost and MPG. Used to camp in the bed with my boys. They loved it too. Sold the boat, traded it for a (don't laugh) Subaru. Although way less cargo space, I have doubled my MPG, which doubles my range, and cuts my trips to the gas station in half (same sized gas tank). My buddies want to put some kind of libtard sticker on it without me knowing…I say I am a wolf in sheep's clothing! Haha. Great vids. Thanks for what you do.

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    kyle Geller says:

    Love your videos and been watching for almost a year or so. No longer in the military after 12 years and I work * 🤫And I am deployed to Texas for “ humanitarian reasons” Everyone thought I was absolutely crazy when I chose to drive from Las Vegas Nevada all the way to Texas so that I had MY TRUCK, enough gear and equipment to take care of myself. Then after a few days of driving and being in Texas. I went ahead and got a bicycle and a trailer for the possibility of my truck not working and me needing to get home. I can’t imagine what a 1700 mile trip on a bicycle with a loaded down trailer would look like. ugly I’m sure but it’s better and faster than walking.

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    RTEK says:

    My vehicle is loaded up. Entire vehicle loadout is based on getting home or to secondary/tertiary locations. 1st, 2nd and 3rd line gear plus 3 IFAKs and 3 booboo kits. All as lightweight as possible and all in black because I'll be having to move through urban areas and want to look as least militaristic as possible. So my whole setup is slick, concealed and as ordinary as possible.

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    Daniel Pate says:

    I use a number system. it is arranged in order of load. since my vehicle is fairly small we have various sized containers but the entire back is backed perfectly. I always have a first aid/trauma kit (multiples if you count the one in my patrol bag), food, water, and coms in the trunk or cab. also got a container of kitty litter for just in case i get stuck. Basically I do what you do Bear. BTW next month i will be contributing to your patreon, gotta support the cause brother.

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    DJ-TRAXX says:

    I agree with the pick-up truck thing you mentioned.

    I will say though that SUV’s are way better than cars. Cars scrape their front ends on the ground just from going in or out of a driveway.

    I carry DJ gear in my SUV every weekend, but probably need a van.


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