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Dual isolated batteries have been a fixture of overland vehicles since the first courageous souls ventured into the heart of Australia and Africa decades ago.
There’s a big difference between a vehicle equipped to tackle 4x4 trails on the weekend and one equipped to cross a continent. Here are 6 things to leave off your long distance overland vehicle.
The addition of a snorkel is often one of the more controversial vehicle upgrades and opinions are often split straight down the middle about them. Dan Grec settles the debate in this informative article.
How We Modified Our Already Capable All-Wheel-Drive 2022 Subaru Crosstrek to Perform Above and Beyond
For decades, the trail communication platform of choice in the U.S. market has been the venerable Citizen’s Band Radio Service (CB), or the more involved Amateur Radio Service platform, colloquially known as ham radio. Race radios have also been popular in some regions, but GMRS, or General Mobile Radio Service, ...
The Age-old question, when to use your lockers and the tools you should use before lockers are engaged.
In The Zone: Understanding How to Light up the Night Around Your Vehicle
“AS LONG AS WE HAVE PEOPLE COMING TO ENJOY MOTORIZED RECREATION, EDUCATION WILL ALWAYS BE NEEDED.”
A load limit code of 65 means the tire is rated for 639 pounds if fully inflated, and a 150 load limit is rated for a whopping 7,385 pounds.
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