Toyota Tacoma Lift Kit Install and Off-Roading
2005-2012 Toyota Tacoma Zone Off Road Spacer Install Video and Wheeling
See the kit, instructions and more at http://zoneoffroad.com/product?ki=355&gr=-1
Featured Vehicle: 2009 Toyota Tacoma 4wd
Lift Kit: Zone 2.5'' front spacer, 2'' rear block kit
Wheels/Tires: 33x12.50x17 MTZs on 17x9 DC-2s (will rub without trimming)
Recommended Wheels/Tires: 265/75r16 on stock or 285/75r16 on 16x8 w/ 5'' BS
Nissan Xterra Near Rollover - Offroad Cow Mountain Ukiah
Four wheeling at S. Cow Mountain OHV BLM near Ukiah, CA.
Can you say pucker factor!
Now taking applications for a Spotter.
Who said the Xterra is top heavy?
In response to the critics, yes this was before the suspension was moded. This was a trail I have taken many times, the terrain is kind of a packed sand and like snow it can be difficult to see terrain features. I missed my line and got sucked into the deep rut I was trying to cut across. The water ripple effect @ 0:50 is where I parked and got out to access the situation.
TOYOTA TACOMA STUCK ON BEACH
This driver made the mistake of driving n to close to one of our outflows . When you see a large stream of water on our Peninsula it is the the rain runoff from ditches and lakes . What happens is when the tide goes out the water will gouge out a trough in the loose sand . When the tide comes in it will fill the edges of the trough with loose sand . While it will look hard it is fact mostly water . It has the conistancy of quicksand . If you walk into it you will sink maybe 8 to 10 inches . A car or truck will sink to its frame . This occurs all along our beach . I advise people to not cross these streams at high water and at low water you want to go as far west as you can to cross over . This truck was in quicksand like material 2 hours before he called me . After the tide went out the water drained out of the sand and it was rock hard around his truck .
Thomson Reuters Eikon Polar being built in Iceland
In December 2011 a three man team will set out in one of our Arctic Trucks built vehicles with the aim of beating the old Guinness World Record set in 2005 going from Patriot Hills to South Pole in under 3 days with an average speed of nearly 16km/h to mark the 100 years anniversary of the first successful attempt by Roald Amundsen.
The challenge is to improve the current Guinness World Record, driving from Patriot Hills on the Antarctica coast to the South Pole, over 1100 km distance each way
The vehicle used for this attempt is an AT44 built on Toyota Tacoma with a unique styling by Ian Nisbett Design.
More information: http://www.antarcticachallenge.com/?pageid=5022&
This video show the making of the car by Arctic Trucks in Iceland.