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Tag Archives: off road

  • What Makes Us Tick- Andy B. Eastwood Product Manager

    I came from the Automotive Aftermarket where I developed OEM replacement parts for the better part of a decade. As a kid my addiction to cars started with building a go-cart with my father who is a pipe fitter by trade. I then graduated to British sports cars, which broke the bank for a high school student trying to build off of a part time budget. Eventually, I found myself working on Jeeps and other off-road vehicles. Little did I know, a cheap Jeep Cherokee project would shape my automotive future.
  • Essential Items you Need To Start Off-Roading

    With more and more companies offering parts and supplies to upgrade your vehicle and get it trail-ready, we thought we'd put together our list of necessary items you should invest in when entering the Off-Road hobby. Some of these can be used at home and on the trail as well!
  • What welder is best for Off-Road Fabrication?

    What you need to first start with is what, when, and where you'll be using your welder. Unfortunately there's downsides to every type of welder out there, it's just finding one that checks as many boxes as possible for you. I put together some pros and cons on each type of welding in regards to off-road and 4x4 vehicles below. Hopefully it helps you choose a welder that fits your needs the best.
  • 5 Trail Items You Need on Your Truck

    When you're out on the trail your cell phone isn't going to save you. There's some key items you'll need to get your rig going when broken down or stuck on the trail. We decided to put together a short list of our favorite Eastwood products that are trail must-haves. These aren't the only items you need, but will definitely be key items for off-road vehicle survival!
  • Protect the Underside of your Off-Road Vehicle- The Coatings you need.

    Keeping the underside of your car protected is more important than you may think; even on your daily driver. Most "rotted out" vehicles you see started rusting in the underbelly of the car or truck. These are the areas that weren't protected properly from the factory or had a poor coating that broke down from year-round driving. On 4x4 and Off-Road vehicles the risk of road salt isn't as bad as the damage caused by driving over "stuff" (that's the fun of it right?). Your factory coatings aren't going to hold up to the rock chips, brush, etc dragging under your vehicle. The truth is, no coating can withstand some of the extreme conditions seen when rock crawling or off-roading. Think about it, if it damages the metal, NO coating is going to be able to withstand that sort of impact. But there are some coatings, or combinations of coatings that can hold up better than others. I put together a list of a few of my favorites below.

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