Tag "4WD"

Auto Diff locker review- 4WD Systems Lokka

Recently, I purchased a Lock Right Lokka for my front diff on the 80 series Land Cruiser. After much thought about I went with the cheap mechanical option as opposed

How To's 7 Comments

How To Change A GU Patrol Clutch

If you’re here wondering how to go about replacing the clutch in your GU patrol, or replacing the clutch in any 4wd for that matter; I pity you. Especially if

10 Christmas Gifts for 4wders (you can’t go wrong with these!)

So last week I covered a few awesome Christmas gifts for campers; you can check that out HERE. This week, it’s all about the four wheel driver with a list

DIY Projects 8 Comments

DIY Driveline Oil Service

Rather watch a video? CLICK HERE to check out the video version on YouTube! I’m sure many people are constantly aware of that engine oil and filter that’s due for

4WD Technique 2 Comments

This basic 4wd tool kit will get you out of trouble

Anyone who intends on traveling further than the outskirts of town, whether on the tarmac or the dirt; needs a tool kit in their vehicle. If it’s just a quick

How To's 4 Comments

Hi Lift 4wd jacks; why EVERYBODY should own one!

Sometimes referred to as a high lift jack, or a kangaroo jack; the ‘Hi-Lift’ is actually the brand name of probably the biggest supplier of these type’s of jacks. I’ve

Overland & 4WD 5 Comments

The Best 4WD beaches in Perth

Perth, North Of The River: Yanchep: These days, the beach around Yanchep is all closed off to 4wd access, but I know that there is a lot of confusion around

4WD Technique 3 Comments

When You Nearly Roll Your Vehicle

If you follow me on Instagram, Facebook or Google Plus, this image will look familiar to you: It is one of my sketchier 4wding moments, just a couple of feet

The 2014 Perth 4wd & Adventure Show

It’s that time of year again and it came around fast. Today I awoke at 5:30 in the morning thanks to a combination of the sunrise which keeps creeping in

Weekends 9 Comments

4wding The Margaret River Coast

Outdoor adventurers have it good in regards to planning their escapes these days. A quick Google search on even the most obscure location or trail will turn up pages upon

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