07 – Radio Communications

There is a point when traveling when you will look down at your cell phone and see no service.¬†This is where civilization ends for most people and where the real adventure begins. But what if your traveling in convoy? Do you stop everything so you can get out and ask a question of the next vehicle? Fortunatly we live in the 21’st century and there are solutions.
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06 – Armor


When hitting the trail, the subject of armor is bound to come up. Who makes the best? What brand did you chose and why? How much do I need? How much can I put on? Is more always better? All very goods questions, and there are as many answeres as their are vendors to sell you stuff.
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05 – Caps and Shells



When it comes to Overlanding, at least in a truck, you will spend at least some time worrying about whatever gear you have stowed in the bed. Is it getting rained on? Snow? Are there people around who may want to take your stuff?

Caps, covers, camper shells, shells, whatever you call them they provide a basic, almost primal service; piece of mind. Sure, all of this can be fixed by not getting a “truck” in the first place. A nice Land Cruiser, Land Rover or just about any SUV¬†style vehicle solves this problem with no added cost. Everything can be buttoned up tight, safe and sound from the baddies. Trucks, for the most part, have a longer wheel base than SUV’s as well, making steep angles more challenging. So why bother?
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