Hi everyone nothing serious as the title might make you think . It's not the first time I'm having difficulty to organise a toolbox for a particular job. You know , you will always end up to forget something and bring something you will not need . So here we are Next week (probably on Saturday ) I'll have to weld repair a truck bed . Nothing too complicated by itself , just weld a crack onto a column receiver (7018 vertical up on 5mm tick steel ), and make new brackets for the right fender . Cut off 600mm good of linear welds which hold the sides lock columns . Modify the new ones and bolt them down . Shorten the alluminium sides and rivet them again . I'm not entirely sure to have everything I need in my toolbox . -Engine driven welder (instead of inverter to avoid 200+ meters of extension cord) -Portable breakers and sockets panel with 8 meters long cable (please tell me how it's named this thing I'll leave pictures ) -welding rods E6010 E6013 E7018 in quantity -welding rods -electrode holder and groun clamp leads (8+8 meters ) -center punch,chiesels and drifts -1kg hammer -2 grinders (metabo W12-125Quick + Hitachi G12SE2) -1 grinding wheel -6 cutting wheels -1 conical wire wheel -1 wire brush -a wedge tool to straighten metal sheets -welding gloves -welding helmet -rivet gun -permanent marker -metal scribe -magnetic level -speed square -vernier caliper -cordless drill (which I have to remember to put on charge) -drill bits -angle grinder spanner -1 CEE socket adapter I'm pretty confident to have forgotten something . And my toolbox weight almost 30kgs right now I'm bringing with me something like 150kg of tools for maybe 1 meter of total weld length How do you prepare your improvised welding rig? I mean if you have to move tools from your workshop for a repair what you bring with you. Just remembered to put my tape measure in the toolbox . I don't repair stuff around anymore , and it's probably the first real job for me with my engine driven in almost 3 years I've bought it (and yes I've already filled the fuel tank) Ps the thing in the picture , how it's called?