Reviews

I’ve been considering purchasing a full size truck for a while.  Last year I drove a 2007 Chevy Silveraldo 1500 and was very impressed with the power and styling.  The positive Nissan Titan reviews and the top selling Ford F150 also caught my attention. This review is a comparison of the trucks and determining which [...]

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Ford, Chevy, Nissan Comparision

Peter Stewart on October 8th, 2009

Update: I’ve driven the BFG KM2 Mud Terrain tires for 7 months; total distance traveled on road was 8,000-10,000 miles.  Trips included:  Portland to Bend Oregon (4 hrs), Portland to Northern California, Portland to Colorado (4,600 miles) and Portland to San Francisco California.  The tires are wearing perfectly and still look like new. Off Road [...]

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Part II

Are your headlights looking old, faded and discolored?  You don’t need to replace them!  Restore them instead. Most modern vehicles including my 2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport have plastic headlights.  They look much more stylish than the older glass sealed beam headlights but they age poorly.  My headlights were discolored, scratched, hazy and looked horrible. Originally [...]

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Removes Plastic Discoloration & Haze

Peter Stewart on April 1st, 2009

A solid axle swap is one of the best modifications for extreme off road adventures.  I purchased my 1986 Toyota 4runner with the factory IFS (independent front suspension) swapped for a 1983 Toyota solid front axle.  Unfortunately, it was not done properly including: the springs, shackle angle, shackle location and front cross member.  I decided [...]

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Peter Stewart on March 11th, 2009

Portable air compressors are an excellent choice for airing up tires after 4wheeling off road.  They are less expensive than CO2 Systems or Onboard Air Systems. The issue with most portable air compressors is that they are slow.  While speed isn’t a requirement it’s nice to get your tires aired up to highway pressure in [...]

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