Fast Cars: Top 10 Essential Off-Roading Tips for Newbies (Part 2 of 2) – DiffLock Ep. 8

Fast Cars: Top 10 Essential Off-Roading Tips for Newbies (Part 2 of 2) – DiffLock Ep. 8

Awesome fast car review: Top 10 Essential Off-Roading Tips for Newbies (Part 2 of 2) – DiffLock Ep. 8



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If you are going to venture off-road there’s a world of knowledge that is helpful know to keep you and your ride with all four wheels on the ground as Tommy discovers in this Top Ten Off-Roading Tips for Newbies video. This video is Part 2 of 2 of TFL’s affordable off-roading series DiffLock Ep. 8.

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23 Replies to “Fast Cars: Top 10 Essential Off-Roading Tips for Newbies (Part 2 of 2) – DiffLock Ep. 8”

  1. Great videos guys – question, I see you guys going all over in the Rubicon JK – did the YJ's go there as well? What setup are the Wranglers? Engines and diffs/gearing? Thanks!

  2. Important quote for off-roaders:  "As slow as possible, but as fast as necessary"  sometimes a touch of (carefully applied)  momentum helps.  Good video, as an off-road enthusiast I approve !!!  Drove Jeeps for 10 years ('78 CJ7, '90 YJ)  and an '07 Yamaha Rhino side by side for 7 years

  3. Hey Tommy, could you do a video about buying a used off roader, like what features are important to try to get, things to check like wear and tear items that aren't maybe checked when buying a car (maybe like under carriage damage, cb joints, or oil leaks.) I'd like to buy a vehicle to take on trails and would like to see a buying guide video. Thanks for the great episode.

  4. bring shovel and get the tall jack asap…even if you dont have a lift you can use it to lift the truck up and put stuff under the wheels if needed…more importantly go with another truck and a tow strap if you dont have a winch

  5. Great Video. the only thing I think that was left out was on the safety part.  make sure your wearing your seat belt and that it is adjusted properly. so it is not cutting in to your neck or below your shoulder, also keeping your hands and arms inside the window. if it rolls over it will take your finger off, and its not like you will be able to stop with your arm. anyway awesome video. how did you like that Rubicon hard rock? I have had mine for about a year, and I love it.

  6. Before lift/tires, folks ought to look at a good set of sway bar disconnects. (Not all Wranglers come with them.) Just $100 or so is cheap insurance to keep all four wheels on the ground.

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