crap, crap, crap.
That is all that can be said about these tires.
They don't self clean, they don't like mud and you can not rely on them at all.
On top of all this Goodyear are a rubbish tire company with no idea of what customer service or support means.
I would not wish these tires on my worst enemy.
Product Details: "Goodyear Wrangler MTR" by Editor - posted: Thu January 25, 2007 - Rating: 7.05
Last Review Posted by matr - posted: Sun June 10, 2007 5:35am
These are a nice looking light that make an attractive addition to any truck.
The design is tried and tested but a little old fashioned and the reason they needed a mounting system that resists more G's that a top gun pilot is because they are damned heavy.
A solid product but there are better out there.
Product Details: "KC HiLites Daylighter Off-Road Lights System" by Editor - posted: Tue February 27, 2007 - Rating: 8.18
Last Review Posted by matr - posted: Sun June 10, 2007 5:30am
These lights replaced a pair of KC daylighters and they are a far superior product.
I run the 140 lances fitted with the spread beam blue filters as well as a pair of 240 blitzes fitted with the blue spot filters and the light output is awesome. The 140's light up the edges of the road allowing me to see Kangaroos and Emus before they become roadkill.
The blue filters make the light output seem more natural and the lightweight design means that you don't have to have an overly fancy mounting system.
After having my lights for a while, I upgraded the bulbe to the 100 watt that is found in the 240 and 170 (not recommended by the manufacturer) and have had no problems .
All in all, I can't recommend the Lightforce brand enough.
Product Details: "Lightforce RMDL140 Offroad / Driving Lights" by Editor - posted: Tue February 27, 2007 - Rating: 7.33
Last Review Posted by matr - posted: Sat June 9, 2007 11:49pm
If you are looking for an electric winch, look no further. The Warn High Mount is a weapon. I have used this winch to pull my fully kitted out 60 series (bloody heavy truck) out of chassis deep Otway mud, up near vertical tacks in Victoria's high country and through wheel rutts so deep you can hear people speaking Chinese if you put your ear to them.
Reliable and tough, enough said.
Product Details: "Warn Winch M8274-50" by Editor - posted: Mon February 12, 2007 - Rating: 9.50
Last Review Posted by matr - posted: Sat June 9, 2007 11:42pm
When installing ARB air lockers, I was provided with the choice of their two compressors;
1 which only powers the lockers.
2 which powers the lockers and can be used to pump up tyres.
I chose the second option at around about 150 bucks more expensive than option 1.
True this compressor will pump up tyres (if you are willing to wait about an hour to go right around your rig) but it really only suits pumping up bike tyres, footballs and that sort of thing.
Dont get me wrong, this is a good, tough, reliable product but, if faced with the choice again, I would opt for the smaller unit designed only to run the lockers and spend the difference on the beginnings of a York conversion.
Product Details: "ARB Compact On-Board Air Kit" by Editor - posted: Thu February 8, 2007 - Rating: 6.33
Last Review Posted by matr - posted: Sun May 20, 2007 1:58am
I have a pair of these fitted to my 60 series and they are sick. They look as cool as and throw an incredible beam of light. I regularly drive long distances, at night through Kangaroo and Emu infested countryside (have had a few encounters of the roadkill kind) and have never so much as scratched a cover.
I have the blue spot covers fitted which seems to make the light output a little whiter and I also have a set of he 140 lance models fitted with the blue spread filters and between the two, this is a great combination of long distance and roadside illumination.
Must have accessory
Product Details: "Lightforce RMDL240 Offroad / Driving Lights" by Editor - posted: Tue February 27, 2007 - Rating: 8.67
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