Think it’s impossible to jump start a car from something that fits in a pocket? Well until recently it was, but the XP-1 has broken the barrier.
Once again AEV changes the game of aftermarket accessories. This time they do it with Dodge Ram trucks.
In our continuing series, American Overlander, we take a look at a legendary company––Four Wheel Campers.
We try to minimize danger in everything we do, however sometimes a risk has to be taken. Jacking up a vehicle is sometimes one of those risks. Fortunately great tools like this help make that job a little safer.
From a simple yet stout basic rear blade to a multifaceted and highly-optioned winch bumper system, many versions are available
ARB finds a way to make the LR3’s and LR4’s even more capable
Three years later we look back on our trusty ARB Fridge. We had high expectations of this product, and it certainly didn’t disappoint.
Black vinyl may be a good choice for car seats if you are in the cold and damp of a typical English summer. In the the hot desert sun of the American southwest, it’s not such a good choice. Since we do a lot of exploration in Arizona and Nevada we needed to address the…
If you have a defender and also have some items you need to keep safe, this under seat storage system will do the trick
Water. It is arguably the single most important item you can bring for your health and safety on a trip. It regulates your body temperature, lubricates your joints, and cleanses impurities from your system, yet for some reason it is often under-packed or overlooked when planning for an off-road excursion. The fact is that water…
Reasons to Include a Hand Winch with Your Recovery Kit The hand winch provides several key benefits as either the primary extraction tool, or as a compliment to a vehicle mounted electronic winch. In my experience using the device, it is the unit’s flexibility that proves most compelling. With the hand winch, the operator has…
Winter 2007, N69 26.70 W133 01.60
After 2 winters of using the Mattracks it is time for a user report.
You get what you pay for. .
We tested 12-volt winches to their limits – and beyond (originally published by Overland Journal in the Gear Issue, 2009) By Chris Marzonie
It is exciting to see a completely new approach to changing a tire or axle on the trail or even on the side of the road.
IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS IS A PROTOTYPE RACK, AND ONLY REFLECTIVE OF THE PRODUCTION UNIT IN GENERAL APPEARANCE AND FUNCTIONAL DESIGN, NOT FINAL DESIGN, STRUCTURE, ETC.
An upgrad in the suspension and switched over to 255/85 R16 BFG Mud Terrains, as well as several other overland-specific mods.