Clean the chassis and under body of your truck.
Approx $138.84 USD
160LPM output for seriously fast off road tyre inflation!
Approx $122.41 USD
2 Mar 2014
Half the fun of camping is cooking. It’s hard to beat a meal that’s been put together on a stove beside your wagon, or even better grilled over an open fire. Food always seems to taste better outdoors anyway, plus the normal rules about eating a healthy diet don’t apply. At least we hope they don’t. The only problem with camp cooking is keeping everything clean. A grilled steak beside the fire, washed down with a few stubbies, is great. A bad attack of the runs because the chicken was past its best is not so great. Here are a few tips to keep everything the way it should be.
27 Feb 2014
The Outback’s a great place for off road adventures, but it’s not so great when something goes wrong. In fact it’s one of the harshest and most dangerous environments on the planet, so you really don’t want to get in trouble out there. The good news is that almost any problem can be handled if you know what you’re doing and have the right attitude. There are risks, but they shouldn’t stop you getting out there and enjoying yourself; just make sure you’re prepared. If something does go pear shaped here’s our guide to getting it sorted.
24 Feb 2014
One of the great things about your 4wd is the amount of stuff you can load in the back. You can get all your camping gear in there, or the tools and supplies you need for a full day’s work. Of course that’s all good if it stays in the back like it’s supposed to, but what if things start flying around? It doesn’t even need an accident to do that – 4wds are built for rough ground, but bounding around over rocks can throw stuff into the passenger compartment and that’s dangerous. If you’re planning on loading your vehicle up you need a cargo barrier to keep everything where it’s meant to be.
16 Feb 2014
Your 4wd probably looks pretty good. Anyone who sees it can tell that it’s tough, powerful and able to get across just about any ground it meets. The gear fitted to it and stored in the back means you can live in the bush and handle any emergencies that come your way. You can travel at night, navigate flawlessly across featureless desert and stay in radio contact with civilization.
Take another look though, because there’s something else about it. It’s a bit flammable, isn’t it?
12 Feb 2014
Half the fun of heading out in your 4wd is being somewhere remote – away from the traffic and crowds, where you can enjoy the wide open spaces of Australia. You don’t want to betooremote though. It’s always good to be able to get in touch in an emergency; if you get lost, have a breakdown you can’t fix or one of your group needs medical attention you need to have effective communications you can rely on.
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