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October 2002 4x4 Truck Parts And Accessories - What's New

Posted in Product Reviews on October 1, 2002
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Contributors: Gabriel Sheffer

4x4 Camper
If you're fond of camping way off the beaten path, check out the Australian-built Kimberley Kamper, developed with the four-wheeler in mind. The unit features independent suspension and recessed taillights. The Kimberley offers a complete stainless steel kitchen, 12- and 120-volt power, 12-volt water pump and a host of other features. Information: Global Recreational Vehicles, Dept. FW, 61 Sylvan, Pleasant Ridge, MI 48069, 248/361-3637, www.globalrv.com.

Choice Axles
The folks at Moser Engineering say that their new Dana 60 front axles are virtually indestructible because of the induction-hardened alloy steel and beefed-up area around the U-joint. The axles were designed for use with Spicer No. 5-332X U-joints and are available with inner and outer shafts. The inner shafts are available in 35-spline and the outer shafts can be purchased as either 30- or 35-spline shafts. Information: Moser Engineering, Dept. FW, 102 Performance Dr., Portland, IN 47371, 260/726-6689, www.moserengineering.com.

Sized Up
Toyo has added a complete new set of flotation-style sizes to its line of Open Country All Terrain tires. These new shoes were developed to fit the increasingly popular 16-inch wheels. Sizes include 31.3, 31.6, 32.7, 33, 33.3, 35 and 37-inch diameters. The Open Country A/T features an aggressive tread pattern and tall sidewalls to produce an intimidating look without sacrificing sure-footed maneuvering. Information: Toyo Tires, Dept. FW, P.O. Box 1145, Cypress, CA 90630, 714/236-2080, www.teamtoyo.com.





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