General Tire Grabber A/T X Review

The Outworld crew is constantly on the road. Let’s be real: we all strive for legitimate overland and off-road expeditions, but it’s not like we’re crossing the Darién Gap to get there. The reality is the concrete jungle we aim to escape also facilitates a significant portion of our trips. So unless you’re trailering your rig to the road’s end, …

CeramicPro Ceramic Coating

It’s a usual departure from our hardware focus, but I promise it’s worthy. From casual to hardcore, everyone’s preference is unique. When it comes to your rig’s paint however, it’s binary. You have your beaters – ridden hard and put away wet, or something you actually like to keep clean in between trips. Hey, there’s nothing wrong with that – it’s …

General Tire Grabber X3 Review

Our 2000 4Runner is a project ten years in the making.  I began my first 3rd gen build, a ’97 4Runner, in 2006, and over the next 5 years ran 6 different tires: Generic all terrains that were equipped at sale, Super Swamper TSL, BF Goodrich AT/KO, Goodyear MT/R, BF Goodrich K/M2, and finally General Tire’s Red Letter. Toyota debuted …

sPOD SE Power Management

When I was building my first rig in college, I was most concerned with looks.  I cringe thinking about stupid shortcuts and things overlooked in getting the aesthetics up to snuff, but c’est la vie.  But we all know – either pay up front in preparation, or you’ll pay down the road when it mattered most. Nearly a decade later …

Toytec Adjustable Rear Control Arms

Suspension is one of the first targets when off road modifications come to mind. Partly because of the convenience of kits, most of the attention is focused on shocks and coils. And while you are certainly capable with a simple lift, or stock for that matter, it is important to understand the other components that make up your suspension. 3rd …