With your setup and use I wouldn’t hesitate to put an auto locker in the front. If you are ever in a tight spot and have too much traction to make a turn you can pop it out of 4wd or just turn out one hub.
I ordered something from partsgeek once. They sent me the wrong part. I contacted them to alert them to the error they had made and request the right part and they guy said “didn’t you read the the terms and conditions? We do not accept returns” THEY sent me the wrong part and wouldn’t do...
Haha! I have Duratracs on mine and love them. If you asked me what I like about them I’d mention how quite and smooth they are. That said the Duratracs are the least aggressive tire I have ever owned, so maybe it is just a matter of perspective. :)
I have brake lights and turn signals on my trailer that work fine, but the tail lights don't. The first thing I did was check for voltage at the plug on the vehicle with a volt meter and everything is good. So, I spent a bunch of time on the trailer. I can't find any problem there. I plugged the...
X2 on the 4x4 labs bumper. I haven’t seen one that is higher and tighter. They also offer tons of options for spare tire mounting and other gear if you want that. If you’ll ever have 35+ tires you’ll need somewhere to put a spare.
My understanding is that registration costs in Germany are based on engine displacement. How expensive will it be in terms of vehicle registration to go from 4.5L, which is already very large by European standards, to 5.9L? I'm guessing by your budget it isn't a big deal to you, but I'm curious.
I went with HREW to save a few bucks. Big mistake. I have a huge dent in one where I slid off a rock into another rock. I also spent a lot of money on a pint of color matched gray bumper paint. It looked great until I did a trail with rocks. Now it is all scratched up and I don't have an...
I really wanted D's because I thought they'd be more compliant, but they were hard to find. I ended up with Goodyear Duratrac's in E and I have been super pleased with them. They get super soft when aired down.
This is what I did, primary to avoid added weight, but I also wanted a better approach angle than most have. Also had the added benefit of low cost. For the rear I did 4X4 labs, because I wanted high and tight.