A Roof Rack For Your Jeep Wrangler JK That Doesn’t Suck

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The problem with most roof racks for the Jeep Wrangler JK is that they require you to drill into your removable top: this is a terrifying thing to do on a new vehicle. Plus, it kind-of ruins the draw to owning a four-wheel drive convertible. Baja Rack’s Jeep JK offering doesn’t require you to drill into your roof rack, and we think that’s great.


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Lightforce LED 215

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Looking for a set of LED driving lights? You might want to check out Lighforce’s brand-new, re-designed LED 215, the larger counterpart to the LED 180.


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ARB AR21 Intensity LED Light

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When it comes to aftermarket upgrades, ARB is synonymous with quality and the recently released AR21 is no exception. Manufactured by Rigid Industries in the USA, the AR21 is the smaller counterpart to the AR32. Because let’s face it, not everyone has room for the massive 254.5mm by 220.5mm AR32’s or is willing to fork over the $745 per light.


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2017 Ford Raptor

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The Raptor first made waves in 2010 as being the first truly capable off-road oriented yank-tank straight out of the factory.  Now after being on a 3 year hiatus, the Raptor is almost back and looking better than ever.


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Tips For Using MAXTRAX in Sand

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We’ve all been there, stuck in the sand with absolutely no way out. Even if you’ve done everything right and lowered your tyre pressures, everyone gets stuck sometime! Necessity is the key to innovation, and being stuck on a beach is where MAXTRAX were born. Here’s a few tips to make sure you get the most out of your MAXTRAX so you can look like a pro in the sand (even if you get stuck!)  (more…)

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What You Need To Know Before Driving Off-Road

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Four-wheel drive is actually a bit of a misleading term. You see, just because you have a 4WD vehicle, it doesn’t mean that when you’re stuck, four wheels will actually be moving and have grip. Four-wheel drive means that the power is split between the front and the rear differentials — which is where things become tricky. (more…)

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