Today we're excited to publish our final issue of 2017 and complete our 10th year of amazing Toyota adventure!The entire…Read More
Today Toyota USA revealed their latest concept car, the FT-AC (Future Toyota Adventure Concept), and we're interested in something like…Read More
As you’ve read, we really would like to keep the #Project4 GX-460 as economical as possible, while providing an upgraded…Read More
With a constantly growing show, we’re seeing more and more new companies emerge in the aftermarket industry. Around every corner…Read More
What? I thought to myself. Wait, what? I eyed my phone’s screen for the second time in a matter of seconds. I carefully read the news flash: President Obama has created the Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah. Talk and rumors became reality. President Obama created the second largest monument in the lower 48 at over 1.3 million acres. The largest national monument, Grand Staircase Escalante Monument, is also located in Utah and a very close neighbor. Utah’s public lands grew considerably with the President’s signature. Utahans felt overjoyed, right? Not exactly.
There’s the age old question of should or shouldn’t I get a snorkel. On a popular FJ Cruiser forum it’s ten pages deep of back and forth banter espousing the pros and cons of having one. There’s everything from power gains, waterproofing to clean air. But in the end, it’s your rig and even if it’s as simple as liking the look, then go for it. The only thing to remember is, it’s permanent. Unless of course you shell out for a new painted fender.
I wanted to upgrade the electrical on my 2006 4Runner since I was going to be adding some electronic upgrades that I knew would really tax the factory electrical system. I started with the heart of the system: the alternator. I ran some quick calculations to see what kind of power I would need to supply and size my wire accordingly. After doing some research and contacting a few companies, I decided on Mike Singer of Singer Alternators. His website is rather barren and he prefers it that way. He runs a smaller shop and he prefers customers contact him via the form on his website so he can address their individual needs properly.