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  • Wheeling Abroad - the 2nd half

    Wheeling Abroad - the 2nd half

    On the way we found some huge areas of bulldust up to 500mm deep. This stuff is amazing, it as fine as talcum powder, flows like water but throws the car about like deep mud ruts. Not much control over the vehicle and visibility is zero as it covers the windscreen. Bad luck if you have a window open!

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  • A new system to assess the value on tyres

    A new system to assess the value on tyres

    This new sytem, T.C.C, will save you not only money but also time when assessing a good deal in tyres. All you need to remember is T.C.C. The Tread, the way the tyre is built or its Carcass and the materials used to build it, its Compound. Here is a quick guide to help you compare tyres and see if you are getting the latest technology.

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  • What do these butcher’s boots and tyres have in common?

    What do these butcher’s boots and tyres have in common?

    Well a butcher and a tyre have more in common than you think. Learn the story of how sipes were invented.

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  • Tyre Check Tips for Safe Travels

     Tyre Check Tips for Safe Travels

    Before you set off on your trip, check these tyre check tips.

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  • Worn out tyres are dangerous, especially in the wet season

    Worn out tyres are dangerous, especially in the wet season

    Although, 1.6mm of tread depth is the legal limit in Australia, tread depths below 3mm take considerably longer distances to brake, putting your safety at risk.

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  • Top Winter Family 4WD Holiday Destinations

    Top Winter Family 4WD Holiday Destinations

    Whether you are looking to embrace the cold this winter with your family or escape it, Australia has some top-notch family 4WD destinations to choose from.

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  • Wheeling Abroad - Namibia: The First Half of the Trip

    Wheeling Abroad - Namibia: The First Half of the Trip

    This 6-ton Bull Elephant was only 20m away from us, I could see every detail in his face. This was one of those moments, simply humbling.

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