When it comes to camping, off-roading, 4Runners, vehicle modifications and more... I have had to teach myself and learn from others along the way. In doing so, I tend to research places, ideas and products to an arguably unsafe degree. Here, I will divulge the knowledge that I have gained along the way. So... look for posts on product reviews, how to prepare for trips in different environments, how to decide on what you should buy, and anything else I feel is worth sharing. Enjoy!
With roof top tents showing up on more vehicles and in more remote places, it is safe to say that there is a big demand for sleeping higher up and there’s nothing worse than a bad night’s sleep, especially in the great outdoors. We go over today’s best roof top tent options in depth.
Mountain bikes and 4×4’s go together like Toyotas and 10mm sockets. Sometimes the bike is an accessory to the 4×4, sometimes it’s the other way around. I had some specific requirements for my future bike rack, so I did some research that ultimately landed me with the 1UP USA Quik Rack Single.
Stuck between a mud-terrain and an all-terrain style tire, the S/T Maxx skillfully balances the duties of both an on-road and off-road performer. With a tough carcass at its heart, the tire delivers confidence on the trail even in the toughest conditions.
Understanding Gross Vehicle Weight Rating in your 4Runner and it’s effects on and off-road.
The first step in getting lost is knowing where you’re going. With Gaia GPS you can plan, track and share your adventures. Here’s some tips to help you get started.
After tiring out my stock Toyota battery, I needed to upgrade to support my newer accessories. Here’s how I decided what I wanted to do.
Some advice and thoughts on my research and ultimate installation of a King Shocks suspension upgrade to a 5th generation 4Runner.