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Peggy Fix & Go Plate

Peggy pegs are the ultimate way to tie down your camping gear.
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Peggy Alloy Combo Tool

The Peggy combo tool is great for driving Peggy pegs into the ground.
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Beginner's Guide To 4wd

Tough Toys have put together this great guidebook for beginners.
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Tough Mozzie Net 2.5x3M

Escape the mosquitos.
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Latest 4WD Trips & Techniques

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Today we installed the Chassis Protech under body protection system on our Jeep Wrangler demo vehicle, and what an awesome bit of kit it has turned out to be!

Chassis Protech is a perforated tube that you snake through the chassis rails down both sides.  Once installed, a hose is connected to a common garden hose fitting mounted to a bracket on the vehicle.  Once turned on, the chassis is flooded full of water and you can sit back and relax while your chassis becomes washed clean of sand, salt and mud.

If you’re new to the 4wd scene then you likely haven’t invested in a set of recovery boards yet and the amount of now readily available brands will have you questioning which ones you should invest your money into.
We recently got the chance to test out the Bunker Indust Recovery Traction Boards on the tracks and were impressed with their value for money that exceeded expectations.

We love Australia’s amazing landscapes, but we’re not so keen on how they get ground into the interiors of our vehicles. Unfortunately the kind of floor mats manufacturers supply might be fine for everyday driving, but if you take them into the Outback you’ll discover their limits quickly enough.