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Best Recovery Straps to Get You Unstuck

Recovery Straps are an essential piece of gear that all off-roaders should carry. They are used to safely recovery a stuck vehicle, using another vehicle. You first attach the recovery strap using d-ring shackels to a secure part of each vehicle. Then you slowly pull the stuck vehicle out with the other one, with enough force to use the elastic force of the strap and yank the vehicle out. Even if you are a solo adventurer, you never know when you may run into someone else who needs help getting unstuck. Check out this list of the best recovery straps to get you unstuck: Rhino Recovery Strap Rhino makes a variety of recovery straps all of which are great quality. This...

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Best Recovery Boards to Get You Unstuck

A recovery board is the simplest way to get yourself unstuck from sand, mud, or snow. Therefore, I always carry a pair with me, whenever I go off-road. Check out this list for our top picks for Recovery Boards to get you unstuck.

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Essential Off-Road Tire Equipment

Your tires are the first contact with the trail. They are what pulls you through the tough obstacles and maintain grip with the terrain. They are what get you to where you’re going and get you back home safely. It is essential to have the correct off-road tire gear when hitting the trails. Check out our recommendations for gear that is essential for any off-road trip. Tire Jack (and Full-Sized Spare) If you do not currently have a full-sized spare tire, get one ASAP. There is always the possibility that you could pop a tire on the trail and need a to replace it with a spare. A donut will likely cause major damage to your vehicle on the trail...

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Airlinks Review: Grand Cherokee Air Suspension Lift Kit

This article is a review of the Airlinks Lift Kit, which I used to lift the standard air suspension ride height on my 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk. These allow you to fit up to 33-inch diameter tires. However, I used them to fit my 32-inch tires with 1.75 inch spacers. Reason for Purchase About a year ago I upgraded my Grand Cherokee with larger, more aggressive tires. I went from a tire size of 265/60R18 to a 275/65R18. I also made the decision to install 1.75 inch Spidertrax wheel spacers to increase my track width for a more rugged look and more stability off-road. These modifications caused serious rubbing in my wheel well to the point that my front...

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