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Toyota Tundra Suspension Lift with BDS, Fox & Fuel

Toyota Tundra Suspension Lift with BDS, Fox & Fuel

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RockJock 4x4 vs Currie Enterprises: What’s the Difference?

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1995 Jeep Wrangler Lift, Tires, Axles, and Interior Upgrades

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Can Truckin Make a Toyota Highlander Cool?

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Installing a 3.5-inch Readylift kit on a ’09-’14 Ford F-150

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Finishing Up Our GM 2500HD with EBC Brakes

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Completing our 6.5-inch Lift on a GM 2500HD

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2013 Ford F-150 Raptor Project

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How to Install a Jeep Wrangler JK 2.5-Inch Lift and 35-Inch Tires

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How To: Installing Bilstein’s 5100 Series Adjustable Front Struts, Rear Shocks for 2013 to 2020 Chevy Colorado

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Old Farm Truck Gets a Skyjacker Lift Kit, Battle Born Beadlock Wheels, and General Grabber X3 Tires

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Upgrading a New to Us 2015 Ford F-150 with Shocks, Wheels & Tires

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Prepping for Overlanding: Installing Full-Traction’s ICG and RTLS Systems on an Excursion

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2011 Ford F-250 6-Inch Skyjacker Suspension Review

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Stop Hop Now; Epiq Suspension Universal Traction Bars On Our 2016 F-350

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Top Shelf: Carli Suspension’s 4.5-inch Coilover Conversion Improves This Workhorse 2016 Ford F-350

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Nuts & Bolts: Disc Brake Conversion for 1985 Chevy K10

Adding a Steady Foot with New Suspension, Wheels, & Tires To Our 2014 Jeep Wrangler

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In 2012, Four Wheeler celebrated its 50th anniversary – a monumental milestone for any publication let alone one dedicated solely to the world of off-road centric 4x4 trucks and SUVs. Four Wheeler has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a 16-page package sent to a mere 250 subscribers to its present standing as the world's leading 4x4 magazine.

Whether you're looking for the scoop on the latest off-road-capable vehicles straight from the factory floor, want to see what others have done to their rides, read up on the latest tech, or keep up with emerging trends from across the off-road world, Four Wheeler will bring it to you.

In addition to in-depth monthly coverage brought to you by an expert group of editors fully engaged in the off-road universe, Four Wheeler also gives out two annual awards – Four Wheeler of the Year and Pickup Truck of the Year.

Four Wheeler of the Year (FWOTY) dates back to 1974, with the initial award going to the Jeep Cherokee. It is awarded to the best new two-speed transfer case-equipped SUV with a production run of at least 1500 vehicles. Contenders are rigorously tested for a week and then judged for their on-trail and pavement performance, empirical data, and interior and exterior quality. Pickup Truck of the Year (PTOTY) started in 1990 (first winner: Mitsubishi Mighty Max) and is identical to FWOTY except that it's awarded to the best pickup truck.

Four Wheeler also hosts a signature event, the annual Top Truck Challenge (TTC). Held at the Hollister Hills SVRA near Hollister Hills, California, TTC takes place over the course of a week and pits 10 vehicles selected by the readers against each other in seven different events -- Tow Test, Frame Twister, Mud Pit, Obstacle Course, Hill Climb, Coal Chute and the infamous Tank Trap.

Enthusiasm for four-wheeling in all its forms is what Four Wheeler has been and continues to be all about -- ever since that first 16-page magazine hit the shelves.

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