Are You Ready to Change a Tire?
Wheel and tire trouble is one of the first gremlins to strike during an off-road trip. Are you prepared? Today’s wheels often require a thin-walled deep socket and a half-inch ratchet drive with an extension bar. Yes, you can store these tools in your main tool carrier, but why not do one better and have a dedicated tire-changing socket set that sits at the ready in its own convenient pouch?
- By carrying a dedicated socket set in a pouch that always stays with the vehicle, you’re ready any time. The Off Road Trail Tools Ratchet and Socket Holder doesn’t come with the tools, but is the perfect place to store them.
- Heavy-duty construction, made in the USA. There’s a main pocket for your ratchet handle, while three compartments are ready for your sockets and extensions. Soft-sided tool bags and pouches are the way to go for the trail. They take up less space and make less noise.
Off Road Trail Tools
JackRabbit Jack Mount
Off-road jacks are a complete pain until you need them. They’re bulky, heavy, and hard to store. JackRabbit’s jack mount keeps your off-road jack stowed where it’s both accessible and harmless. A perfect storage solution.
- Quickly mounts into any two-inch hitch receiver. Formed bottom lip supports jack handle.
- Adjustable design provides three mounting positions. No loss of ground clearance. Lockable to keep would-be thieves at bay.
The trio of Peter Massey, Angela Titus, and Jeanne Wilson has penned yet another set of guidebooks we’ll use to plan future adventures with. Nevada Trails: Southern Region covers the areas from Las Vegas up to Tonopah while Nevada Trails: Western Region covers the big triangle between Winnemucca, Carson City, and Tonopah.
- Southern Region has 44 backcountry tours; Western Region comprises 39. Trails are rated for difficulty, maps are included, and exhaustive turn-by-turn directions keep you on course. Better yet, these guides also include GPS waypoints and Topo maps.
- The content includes much, much more than mere course descriptions and directions. Massey, Titus, and Wilson have made a concerted effort to include information about the area’s flora and fauna, geography, and human history. With these guidebooks, you don’t just navigate the trail. You understand and appreciate the surroundings.
Adler Publishing Company, Inc.