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«How When Why
The heading says it all. How to do it, Why you should, and When is the best time. Learn from the experts. How, Why and When to Drive, Repair, Equip, Navigate, Recover, Camp, Cook, Bushwalk, Paddle, Photograph and lots of other really interesting stuff.
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CAMPING
A comprehensive guide by Ken Sibley (New Zealand)
 
GETTING YOUR BROKEN 4WD HOME
Essential stuff to know, by Ken Sibley (New Zealand)
 
TACKLING THE TERRAIN
Caution and commonsense essential, says Ken Sibley (New Zealand)
 
RECOVERY TECHNIQUES
Forward thinking for getting back, by Ken Sibley (New Zealand)
 
BEFORE YOU GO OFF ROAD
Check out the vehicle before the scenery, says Ken Sibley (New Zealand)
 
FIRST AID FIRST
Be prepared for a people accident, warns Ray Barker (Australia)
 
GOING TO WATER
To cross, or not to cross; that is the question. Water can easily damage a 4WD if you attempt the impossible, or don’t take proper precautions. Salt water multiplies that risk a hundred-fold. Boats float on water. 4WDs drive in water. There’s a huge difference.
 
LESS HASTE MORE PACE
To some 4-wheelers, getting their 4WD immobilized in some way is (to them) a bit of a buzz. It gives them a chance to show their prowess at using recovery gear, building up the trail with rocks, or seeing how many friends they can find to help with the pushing.
 
SANDSATIONAL
Skill in using a 4WD vehicle is really just commonsense – but it is commonsense that is either learned from real life experience of from heeding the advice from others. Unless you like learning the hard way, it is best to absorb as much as you can before you tackle sandy situations. Sand can be unforgiving. VERY unforgiving!
 
THE WARN ELECTRIC WINCH
By Warn Industries
 

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