What’s in your trunk?

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  1. Emergency road kit/tools/gadgets

    35 vote(s)
    46.1%
  2. Subwoofer/audio equipment

    10 vote(s)
    13.2%
  3. Nothing

    26 vote(s)
    34.2%
  4. Junk

    9 vote(s)
    11.8%
  5. Work/school gear

    11 vote(s)
    14.5%
  6. All of the above

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. Bodies

    14 vote(s)
    18.4%
  8. None of your goddamn business

    6 vote(s)
    7.9%
  9. Cleaning supplies

    13 vote(s)
    17.1%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. MarshX

    MarshX Senior Member

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    What’s a typical civic owner have in their trunk? I have just have tools and emergency kit/equipment. Interested in knowing what everyone else has got for curious reasons of course.
     
  2. Daniel644

    Daniel644 Senior Member

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    Jumper Cables, After my Firebird battery went out on me in the restaurant parking lot and I had to get one of the guys that worked there to run me up the street to Walmart then use his car to jump me off I keep cables in my car now. Beyond that i've got an old semi-retired (starting to get holes in them) pair of pants, a pair of socks and my shoes (till i'm forced to switch from sandles to shoes by the weather getting colder) that I keep around if for some reason I have to go measure or stake out a job site, I don't want to do that in flip flops and shorts due to poison ivy and shit like that and the guy I work for does crap like that where he will just up and expect me to go do crap like that without notice.

    Also the pieces of the Morimotto HID kit that was being a hassle so I ripped it out till I can troubleshoot it, the guys at TRS think it's the igniters so they are sending out replacements on those, I think I will bench test this on my 12volt test bench built from an old Computer PSU before I go and reinstall in the car.
     
  3. 86salmon

    86salmon It's Hedley, Hedley Lamarr!

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    Car wash supplies, in case I need to spot detail.
    Tools, in case I need to fix something (if I can).
    Jumper cables, in case someone needs to jump
    Disc golf bag, in case I ever decide to play again.
    Gym bag, in case I need spare clothes or if I goto the gym.
    Light bulbs, in case I need light.
    Subwoofer, in case I need bass, I do btw
    Squeegee, in case my back window is fogged.
    Shopping bags, in case I go shopping
    Spoon, in case I need a battle cry that will invoke fear into the hearts of my enemies...
     
  4. Daniel644

    Daniel644 Senior Member

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    you could always just keep a towel with you if your goal is that.

     
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  5. 86salmon

    86salmon It's Hedley, Hedley Lamarr!

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    That's in my gym bag

    This is my battlecry




    It beats, "Not in the face!"
     
  6. Driver56

    Driver56 Senior Member

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    Quick detailer and a couple towels in case of bird poop, then just emergency kit. After cleaning my last car out to sell it, I realized I have a tendency to store junk "just in case"of a highly specific situation, so I try to keep it to the basics.
     
  7. Erin Tyres

    Erin Tyres Member

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    I carry a breaker bar, and a socket that fits the lug nuts. The supplied wrench is just too short to give me enough leverage.
    A folding emergency triangle.
    A good first aid kit, which includes some non-first aid things like a two way amateur radio, a butane lighter, a Leatherman tool, a compass, and a flashlight.
    For any long trips in the winter, I throw in a sleeping bag because hypothermia can be a real danger.
     
  8. NoKz

    NoKz Speed Limit Tester

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    Back when I would daily my Lexus, I had two 10 inch JL subs in the trunk. Eventually, I gave my wife that car to daily. When I bought my Si, I decided to not add the additional weight. She got used to the subs, so I put them in her Si when we bought it and traded in the Lexus.

     
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