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Bryan Irons

The lowly carburetor has been feeding internal combustion engines since their invention. As a reactionary device just trying to feed the motor they were strapped to, they worked well, until said motor started moving… like in a truck.  Sloshing... more

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Bryan Irons

As we saunter through the halls of SEMA every year we are presented with a myriad of off road and truck products from every aspect of the “sport”. Some are purely aesthetic; others are strictly “Get’er’dun” engineered, but most fall somewhere in... more

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We installed a Rancho 2.5" Lift on the front of a Ram 3500. It's a solid, affordable and relatively easy install that will dramatically enhance your ride. It's a how-to video with lots of extra tips that you can use on other installs. more

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Kevin Powers

Rust, every Jeep owners other four letter word. My front fenders finally got to the point where I was running out of good metal to attach new metal. I came across a local supplier selling replacement fenders for $140 a side. They're imported... more

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We review Yokohama's new mud terrain tire - how it's built and then head it the mountains to see how it performs. Almost didn't make it home. more

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Bryan Irons

If you have been following at 4WDrive, you know that our latest acquisition, Tim Toyota, a 1976 time capsule of a FJ40 Land Cruiser, has garnered squatter’s rights in Editor Irons driveway… Much to the chagrin of his lovely wife. While Tim not only.. more

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A Bestop engineer walks us through the design and operation of the new soft top for Wrangler JL and tells us about the release of a new top for Wrangler JK. The new Wrangler JK top is still in development but will combine the best features of the ... more

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Bryan Irons

The ever-transpiring game of off road “catch up” has us strapping on bigger tires, bolting on heavier armor, applying more power and upgrading driveline components to our rigs in order to keep up with the crowds in the woods with turn key trail... more

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3W stands for wear, wet and winter. It seems the Falken engineers were targeting northern climates with this tire. All-terrain (A/T) tires are designed to be the daily driver for off-road trucks and SUV’s, perfect for the weekend warriors and the ... more

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Rhino-Rack

Roof racks are a great way to carry extra gear on your weekend adventures. However, when it comes to carrying your recreation equipment and luggage, or any loads for that matter, there is a right and a wrong way to do it. more

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Our buddy Colin has been snooping around for a good, used winch that won’t break the bank to saddle on his trail rig. While buying a name-brand, used winch can save some money, you really have to question why the seller is getting rid of it... more

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Bryan Irons

We knew when we laid eyes on our 1976 Toyota FJ40 Landcruiser, aka “Tim Toyota,” it had some corrosion issues. After dragging it home and looking deeper, and on occasion through Tim’s sheet metal, it became apparent just how bad it was... more

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