General information about the various mods available to 4x4 vehicles covering pros and cons to assist in the decision of "Is this the right mod?"

Jon Negaard

Building a General Purpose Mobile Comms Suite

I like to get out with a purpose.  Usually, my rig takes me places where I like to do other things.  I have bikes, kayaks and feet that like to get away from the vehicle more than I tend to take the truck down trails these days.  This is not to say that 4 wheeling is not a goal; time to take advantage of extended outings just hasn't been in abundance.  That said, I decided that I wanted a communication system that would function with a general purpose.  I wanted to use both amateur radio frequencies and CB communications.

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Jose A. Reyes

Thanks to 4X4

I just change the timing belt in my Toyota successfully thanks to Mark Grieves. He article was of great help. Keep the good work.

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John Stewart

Staun Internal Beadlock Install

One Piece Alloy WheelFirst, you need to determine if your rims are acceptable for the Staun internal beadlock.  Acceptable means one piece alloy or steel rims.  And, even if it is a one piece rim, there may be a structure issue that makes a particular style of rim a bad choice.  

The internal beadlock is a tire within a tire.  One hole is required to be drilled in the rim for the valve stem of the inner tire.  And, it requires a flat surface that is parallel on the inside and outside in a location that does not interfere with the brake assembly.

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John Stewart

New Mechanic's Stool From TailBone

New, Radically Different Mechanic’s Stool Design!

Kent, OH—Dale Adams Enterprises, the manufacturer of the famous BONETM line of creepers has introduced The TailBoneTM, a mechanic’s stool that is different by design, and the company claims, a huge improvement over the common rolling seats that are the norm in shops all over the world!

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John Stewart

What's in your tool box?

ClampTite Tool

The ClampTite Tool provides a means for tightening wires wrapped around an object and then locking it in place.  The tool can be used with various wire sizes, which eliminates space and strength issues often encountered with conventional hose clamps.Just under 6 inches in length, the ClampTite tool is compact and easy to store. It is a versatile tool for quick and effective emergency leak repairs or a bullet-proof means for securing nearly any material from rubber hoses to spliced wires.The standard ClampTite can use various sizes of wire, from .032 for small hoses to .062 for 3-6” diameter pipes.  Need a larger size?  There is a medium size for wire up to .125 or a large size for wire up to .25.  The ClampTite tool is designed to work with any solid core wire, not stranded or loose wire.  Stainless steel wire is preferred.See more about the ClampTite Tool at: http://www.clamptitetools.com

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