I've got a 1994 FZJ-80. My buddy and I are doing the Mojave Road. It's ~140 miles off road from the Colorado River to Barstow, CA. I've heard 3 days is a good amount of time. Driving ~400 miles to get to the start and ~300 miles back. Tools: Good selection of sockets / wrenches, even my electric impact driver. Hub/spark plug/lug sockets. Screwdrivers, pickle forks, multimeter, FSM, front end tools, chain wrench, propane torch (matches the propane for the camping stove), pry bars. Vice grips, pliers, channel locks, dykes, massive pipe/crescent/adjustable wrench. Ballpeen and BFH 3lb hammer. Tire patch kit (ARB). Parts: Old wheel and trunion bearings and races. Full size spare. Full set of belts. Ignition coil. 2 spark plugs, one wire (longest). Fuses. Few feet of 10 gauge wire. Few feet of 3.5mm(?) vacuum hose. Duck tape. Some hose clamps. Zip ties. Bailing wire. RTV. Oil filter. Grease (1 tube), oil (2qt), aerokroil, wd40, radiator stop leak, slime tire stuff. Recovery-esque: One crappy 2"x30' metal-hooked strap. One nice 4"x30' strap. Big orange traction plate things. 3/4" schackles. Pretty decent 12v compressor. Jumper cables. Spare jump battery thing. Might ditch since going with a friend, my battery is brand new, and it has a crappy compressor. 15 gallons of spare gas. 25 gallons of water (me+2 kids). CB radio. I think that's the list; I could be forgetting some stuff. Anything that's pretty obvious I'm missing or that you guys would recommend? I'm trying to be pretty careful to watch my levels and any noises/issues that I hear driving around in the mean time.