Snail Trail 4×4 – Everything Off-Road

Ever since I could remember I’ve enjoyed taking things apart. My parents noticed that as well. When I was young they gave me many electronics, such as TVs, typewriters, VCRs, many complicated contraptions that I would disassemble just for the fun of it. When I was 15 I asked my parents if we could buy an old jalopy and fix it up for my 16th birthday. they told me no, it takes too much time, we don’t have the experience. when I got my license and started driving around an old Toyota it wasn’t soon after that where I was taking it apart as well. I remember a time when my parents were upset because I had the front independent suspension taken apart in the driveway and they couldn’t get their car into the garage.

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353: Dum, Dum, Dum… Another Clutch Bites The Dust

This week Jimmy is trying to figure out what power tool system to go with and he is mainly looking ...
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352: Off Road Holiday Gift Guide (2022)

What would you like for Christmas? This is always one of the hardest questions to answer. Hopefully, we can help ...
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351: Thanks Given Day

Making sure to say a special thank you to all of you out there. We keep this episode super short ...
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350: Keep The Trip Moving (With The Ladies)

We have invited back our significant others to join us in discussing some listener's questions. We cover everything from their ...
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349: Measure, Check, and Measure Again

So many new items coming down the pipeline before Christmas and into Q1 of 2023. Tyler and Jimmy discuss new ...
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348: The Suspension Talk You Always Wanted (4Wheel Underground)

Brian from 4Wheel Underground joins us to discuss the vast world of suspensions. We discuss the differences between a 3-link ...
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347: Tyler Goes to SEMA 2022 (Covid Edition)

Tyler talks about his fantastic trip to Las Vegas for the SEMA show 2022. He didn't find the Trail Chasers ...
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346: Tire Size vs Suspension Travel

What is more important the diameter of your tire or the amount of articulation you have in your suspension? If ...
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345: Fastest Woman on Earth Review

Is the Fastest Woman on Earth video documentary worth watching? This week Tyler and Jimmy discuss a few different videos ...
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344: Rubicon Trail Obstacles Names History (Part 2)

Continuing on down the trail as we discuss points of interest from Little Slice to the staging area by lake ...
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344: Rubicon Trail Obstacles Names History (Part 1)

Have you ever wondered how some of the obstacles on the Rubicon got their names? In this episode, we dive ...
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343: San Francisco to Rubicon

Jimmy and the Assistant go to San Francisco to watch Walk The Moon in concert at The Fillmore. Before the ...
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