Flooding downpours, blazing sunshine – few things are a bigger threat to the enjoyment of an outdoor getaway. So, it’s no surprise that one of the first accessories many new four-wheel drive owners bolt on is an awning.
For regular touring all but the quickest of setups can quickly become tiresome. Add some mud, wet weather and a couple of late finishes and 'ease' may well be the difference between enjoyment and questioning our recreational choices.
Air pressures can be a hot topic and the debate over correct pressures for varied conditions will likely continue fireside for decades to come. It’s the reasons why airing down can sometimes be such a chore that we’d like to explore.
With electric winches, hand winches, wheel winches, shovels, exhaust jacks, hi-lift jacks, snatch straps and more - when it comes to four wheel drive recovery gear it can be hard to know where to begin.