4X4 Australia’s annual Gear Guide hits stores today.
Grab a copy, get some ideas, put a few bucks aside, and start turning your 4x4 into the best overland tourer it can be. What are you waiting for?
As well as all of the best gear currently on the market, the guide also features an immaculately modified PXII Ford Ranger and a neat black-and-white Hilux.
The 2017 Gear Guide also explains how to camp with children for the first time!
Here’s what else is inside the 2017 Gear Guide:
GEAR OF THE YEAR
12 bits of gear that’d brighten up anyone’s Christmas morning.
CAMPING WITH KIDS
It doesn’t have to be a nightmare if you prepare and do it right. Here’s how.
The Ranger’s kicking goals on the sales charts. This custom takes it a step further.
We belt a Hilux that’s decked out in trick AFN gear.
The no-bull guide to buying the best bullbar.
OPPOSITE LOCK’S FORD RANGER
We’re given the keys to a Ford Ranger draped in Opposite Lock goodness.
PLAYING IT COOL
Eight fridges are scrutinised and compared to find a winner.
PATRIOT CAMPERS’ LC79
LC79 tweaked by Patriot Campers to tackle the hills of Mongolia.
Fitting and maintaining the correct set of off-road rubber.
MSA 4X4’S FORD EVEREST
Gorgeous black Everest receives subtle MSA 4x4 treatment.
10 essential bits of kit you need for that next weekend away.
What exactly is a live-axle conversion? We find out.
GUIDE TO CANOPY AND CAMPERS
Which portable accommodation best suits your budget and needs?
We test dual battery systems, the Flashlube Catch Can Pro, GME’s TX3350 UHF radio, the iDrive throttle tuner, Tru-Fit’s Resomat, Yakima’s Skybox Pro 16S, a set of Cooper STT Pros, a set of Toyo OPAT IIs, Helinox’s Camp and Sunset chairs, the K9 Rak and a range of Pelican lights.
We also pay a visit to Berrima Diesel in NSW and Outback Accessories in WA.
Pick up a copy today. It’d make a great Christmas present.