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Durable graded gear to get the speed of your excavator

I just bought your dream devices, but it’s bone stock and not quite ready to tackle that alternate terrain as safely and efficiently as you want it to. Getting your truck ready and equipped to tackle less congested roads can be intimidating. It’s hard to get rid of all these tools and adjustments when choosing the vacuum equipment that will work best for you and your machine. Additionally, add-ons can require varying degrees of mechanical or technical know-how to install – adding to the fear factor before departure.

The good thing is that most landing gear can be attached to your vehicle easily with minimal time or skill. Sure, it’s a good idea to have some general mechanical and electrical knowledge before heading away from the grid. But the following main additional functions – of vital communication systems and lifesaver Lighting valve Shining To modular roof racks and easy-to-use portable pantries – simple game-changers that serve you well off the beaten track.

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Upgrading your rig is easy with these simple DYI add-ons.
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Wheels

Just ask your local tire store—one of the quickest and easiest overdrive upgrades is to replace stock rims with some hard bruised ones. Our choice: armory from black rhino. Inspired by military trucks, this is an alloy off road The wheels feature a solid design with studded accents that strengthen your ride and perform well in dirt, mud and sand – garnished with an extra deep lip to secure the oversized tires. Sizes come in 16 x 8, 17 x 9.5, 18 x 9.5, 20 x 9.5, and 20 x 12. A pair of great color options keep it simple: Gunblack or Desert Sand.

[From $262; blackrhinowheels.com]

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Tires

Your new off-road wheels have been chosen. Now it’s time to match it with just the right rubber. You can go out and buy some super mud terrain tires, but unless you’re a trailblazer it will be noisy on the paved roads and will pit your gas mileage. these Toyo Open Country A/T III’s is the perfect dual-terrain answer. Serious trail performance with milder manners on the road gives you. New compound and tread design are specifically engineered to give you better control off-road – including trusted Snow and rain performance — with reduced noise. tread blocks cleverly Spaced in the middle and staggered on the edges to increase traction on the road.

[From $139; toyotires.com]

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Upgrading your rig is easy with these simple DYI add-ons.
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LED lights

Who knows when a short day trip could turn into a nighttime rescue mission in rugged, pitch-black terrain? This is where installing some super bright LED lights becomes a must. pounding down background forest trails In the late hours with your comfy off-road buddies, the road is always a light-up option – which is why the legendary 4×4 light fixtures KC High Lights They just released Flex Era 4 2-Light System. Featuring a durable die-cast housing, a machined orange frame, these four powerful CREE LEDs drive approximately 8000 raw lumens per light in an assembled or spot configuration and will reliably brighten any off-road adventure.

[$638; kchilites.com]

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Upgrading your rig is easy with these simple DYI add-ons.
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shelf

Sturdy ceiling racks run the gamut while performing the same basic function – to pull equipment that wouldn’t fit anywhere else. Nothing we’ve seen offers the level of versatility and size of add-ons like Slimline II Front Runner Roof Rack System. Designed in South Africa, the modular system allows you to add or subtract crossbars according to ever-changing needs – from half full shelf to side rails for extra storage space. Setting it up and tweaking the system on the go is as intimidating as playing with Legos. It’s that easy (in fact) to use and mods are fun. What can you store here? Water, fuel, tents, tools, tires, propane tanks, and anything else your adventurous mind can dream of.

[From $695; frontrunneroutfitters.com]

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Upgrading your rig is easy with these simple DYI add-ons.
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storage

Off-road trips on a new rig will always require some additional heavy-duty storage solutions. Food, first aid kits, bulky clothes, etc… Finding a sturdy box that will hold all of these while enduring the weather is a must. swans The latest version – detonator molded charging caseFits the bill. With eight models, from the small, cube-like BX50 (1.22 cubic feet) to the massive BX255 (6.92 cubic feet), there’s size for your machine, whether you want to store it inside the cabin, out on the shelf or in the back of the truck bed. An optional mounting kit makes it easy to attach to almost any configuration – and the quick release design allows you to pop it out again just as you need it when you need it camp or for home storage.

[From $250; pelican.com]

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Dedicated freelancers and curated types will anxiously wonder what life would have looked like without decorative drawer system. Topped with a waterproof surface that can hold an actual ton (yes, 2,000 pounds) on two sliding bed-length drawers, the clever design is divided into plenty of exciting organizational options with custom dividers and bins. The security of stored goods is ensured when the tailgate is locked and closed. The Decked System is proudly made in the USA, is easy to assemble at home and ships free.

[From $1,350; decked.com]

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Upgrading your rig is easy with these simple DYI add-ons.
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Sitting around a campfire at night while enjoying this genre gourmet meal Backpackers can only dream of pasta – an essential part of the full rich off-road driving experience. One innovative way to transport, organize and prepare your Happy Meals in the Outback is to put a pantry in the back of your rig. useful and well thought out, Clearview pantry kitchen And EasySlide Constructed of powder-coated aluminum panels and stainless steel parts, the foldable kitchen in a box offers plenty of storage and counter space along with a kitchen sink opening, foldable bowl, and lockable door. Go for the heavy-duty EasySlide, which pulls out and then drops about a foot to reach your work surfaces at waist height, even in a raised platform.

[$600, Pantry, $720, EasySlide; roverparts.com]

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Upgrading your rig is easy with these simple DYI add-ons.
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Solar

Installing a solar panel system on your vehicle can become technical and not really necessary for any platform that does double duty as a mobile suburb during the week. On the other hand, having the ability to harness the sun’s power while off the grid is ideal (perhaps necessary) for drivers. Enter the perfect combination — the Joule Zero Boulder Solar Charging Kit. Encased in a sturdy, foldable aluminum frame, the 200W tempered glass solar panels are easy to pack and deploy, while the 20Ah charge controller allows you to safely and securely charge 12V batteries, the kit also includes all the connectors needed to charge a large number of batteries—PORTABLE AND IN THE CAR – Combined with a handy canvas carry bag to protect your solid investment.

[$650; goalzero.com]

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Upgrading your rig is easy with these simple DYI add-ons.
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battery

Venturing into the wilderness behind the wheel, it’s a good idea to pack a very reliable, powerful yet compact auxiliary power supply. This elegant unit is from Raptic —The TitanIt comes in two sizes (225 or 500 watts) and features a lightweight and sturdy aluminum construction with a rubber coating on the corners for added protection. Capable of powering a multitude of devices—a 12V car jack, a USB-C port, three USB-A ports, and a 12V household AC outlet—the unit itself can be charged via either a standard outlet, solar panel, or USB-C cable. There is enough power here to power a variety of devices under 200 watts, such as lights, radios, laptops, and cameras. Simply leave the microwave and hair dryer at home (place it under unnecessary excessive equipment).

[From $300; rapticstrong.com]

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Upgrading your rig is easy with these simple DYI add-ons.
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Command

When hiking the trails in rough, bumpy country, going out with a friend or two offers added safety and peace of mind. Mobile communication systems such as Wireless communication devices At hand, but their range can be limited. adding distance with Midland Micro Mobile Package It provides enough power to communicate up to 50 miles, depending on environmental obstacles such as trees or mountains. The powerful 15W radio uses a 3dBi antenna to double the range of the 15 GMRS channels. Other features include the silent option, channel scanner, microphone extension cable, NOAA weather radio, and 142 privacy codes.

[$220; midlandusa.com]

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Upgrading your rig is easy with these simple DYI add-ons.
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Smartphones have become such an integral part of everyday life that you must now have them when venturing into the wilderness. Navigation, weather reports, tide tables, and identification of flora and fauna are all additional backcountry phone functions — even if we wisely choose to ignore the latest news updates. It all, of course, depends on the presence of a signal. So adding a cell booster to your device is a no-brainer. The SureCall Fusion2Go Max Provides almost always connection security with patented Extended Range technology and 2XP technology that work together to enhance signals and increase transmission power. It works with all North American carriers (4G LTE and 5G) and is installed quickly with an antenna that has a super strong magnetic base and will plug into a standard 12V auto outlet.

[$500; surecall.com]

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