Get any group of 4WDers together and sooner or later the topic of tyres will come up. “How big are they?” It’s almost an unspoken rule of 4WDing that you’re judged by either the distance you’ve travelled, or the size of your tyres. A good set of tyres can make your 4WD go further and use less fuel.
The Cape is a major destination for overlanders, especially once the rivers and creeks have dropped a bit after the wet season and mid-year school holidays have hit, and here are some tips from us on what not to miss.
In this vastness of Central Australia, you can hardly pass a peak or even a pile of rocks without it having an Aboriginal name, story, or legend about it. Some of them, however, are lost in the dust and haze of time.
Don't get caught up in the sales pitch when selecting a UHF antenna, know which is best for you. When it comes to choosing the right antenna for your UHF radio, the old 'bigger is better' motto doesn't always work.
We provide a guide on what you should know before you go water crossings. But before you hit the road, it is important to know what your vehicle's wading depth is. Check your air intake, exhaust manifold height, and how low your alternator sits. This way you’ll know what needs to be considered when tackling a water crossing.