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Minimum Equipment
This list provides guidelines for which equipment is mandatory, recommended, and suggested for official club trips and 4-wheeling in general.

Note: Drinking and driving don't mix. Alcohol is forbidden
for driver and passenger while trail riding.
  • Mandatory: TrailBoss will forbid participation in club events if not equipped.
  • Recommended: You'll be happy that you included it!
  • Suggested: Why rough it more than you need to?

 

Mandatory Recommended Suggested
  • Recovery Points
    (minimum of 1 front and rear)
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Operational Seatbelts or Harness
  • Secured Battery
  • Factory Hardtop/Roof or Roll Bar
  • Signed CNC Waiver
  • Tow Straps
    (no hooked or metal ends)
  • Spare Tire
    (ideally full size or run flat)
  • Jack and Lug wrench
    (appropriate for your vehicle size)
  • Skid Plates
  • CB Radio
  • Basic Tool Kit
  • Tire Pressure Gauge
  • First Aid Kit
  • Gloves
  • Trash Bags
  • Winch, Tree Saver, Snatch block
  • Cooler with drinks & food
  • Toilet Paper & Baby Wipes
  • Duct Tape
  • Foul Weather Gear
  • Tarp & Bungee Cords
  • Camera
  • Bug Repellant
  • Extra Vehicle Fluids
  • Radiator Stop Leak
  • Full Tank of Fuel
  • #ICE contact on Phone
  • Hi-Lift Jack
  • Tire Plug Kit
  • Flash Light
Trail Tips Trail Leader / Gunner
  • Never wheel alone.
  • Get the appropriate trail pass and map for the park that you are at.
  • Air down your tires. Stock size tires- go down to ~18psi. 33" or 35" tirss go down to ~15psi.
  • Disconect the swaybar if applicable.
  • Full or close-to-full fuel tank.
  • Bring food and drinks.
  • Don't get too close to the vehicle in front of you.
  • Keep the vehicle behind you in sight. Can't see them? Then, Stop.
  • Thumbs out of the steering wheel. They should be wrapped on the outside like the rest of your fingers.
  • When in doubt- Stop. Get out and look.
  • Need some help? Stop and ask for it.
  • If there are multiple people trying to spot you through an obstacle- point to one person and tell them you are going to listen to them and only them. It can get confusing if multiple people are trying to tell you what to do and you are trying to listen to all of them.
  • Stay calm and take your time. Everyone should travel at the pace they feel comfortable. The goal is to have a good time. Don't worry about anything. If you are stressed out then you are doing it wrong.
  • Tow Straps
    (no hook or metal ends)
  • CB Radio
  • CNC First Aid Kit
    (one per group)
  • Basic Tool Kit
  • Winch, Tree Saver, Snatch Block
  • Trash Bags