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Learning Winching Techniques and Basics

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Learning Winching Techniques and Basics

Part of the off-roading lifestyle is the inevitable jam that you may find yourself in. So if you find yourself in that jam and stuck, if you have a winch or a buddy with a winch, you are in good shape. Having the recovery gear is a good start, but knowing some of the core basics of winching will save you time and energy so you can get back up and running on the trails. Let’s face it - getting stuck is half the fun anyway! Read on for some basic techniques utilizing the GearAmerica Ultimate Recovery Kit. Single Winch...

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Common Post Off-Roading Complications

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Common Post Off-Roading Complications

Off-roading is an amazing adventure often accompanied by joy, smiles, and laughter. With that being said, it is important to follow precautions to ensure safety. Failure to follow the rules does not only result in injury but can also damage your vehicle. Here are a few common vehicle complications to pay close attention to after your off-roading adventure. Tire DamageBefore exploring your route, it’s important to check for hazardous objects such as nails or harsh stones. Failure to do so may result in unwanted tire damages to your vehicle. Also, before your trip, it’s important to check the tire pressure...

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Tips for Off-Roading in the Snow

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Tips for Off-Roading in the Snow

Off-roading is full of adventures all year round. As the temperatures begin to drop and we prepare for the colder seasons, it’s important to update our off-roading guidelines. Although off-roading can still be done in the winter, make sure to follow these helpful tips to make your adventures twice as fun in the snow: Watch the Snow During colder weather, it’s essential to pay close attention to your trail. You should never underestimate the snow or its depth. Make sure your tires can grip the snow and are capable of supporting your vehicle. Always check the weather before off-roading and...

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Mudding. Love It Or Hate It, It’s A Thing

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Mudding. Love It Or Hate It, It’s A Thing

We all have been there. That giant pit of mud looms in front of us and all we want to do is drive through it, spinning our tires and making the mud fly everywhere. There is something thrilling about seeing the muck project outward. If you embrace your vehicle being caked in layer upon layer of mud, then you might be into mudding.  What Is Mudding? Breaking it down to its simplest definition, mudding just means getting down and dirty and driving through the muck. Going by numerous names, mud bogging, mud slinging or mud racing, this is off-roading that...

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Become An Off-Road Geek

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Become An Off-Road Geek

For many of the less adventurous spirits out there, a bumpy, muddy, rocky road would be a driving nightmare. However, for us, the rougher the road the better. In fact, the way we see it, no road is best of all. Throw in an obstacle or two and it’s game time! Many off-roaders enjoy just being outdoors, while others live for the physical and technical challenge that driving through certain terrain brings. While the thrill and adventure is what we all collectively seek, there is a “geekier” side to the sport and the physics of what we do should be...

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Learning Winching Techniques and Basics

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Mudding. Love It Or Hate It, It’s A Thing

Become An Off-Road Geek

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