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Harry Wagner

Harry Wagner

Former Contributor, 4-Wheel & Off-Road Magazine

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  • Posted an article in Transmission/Drivetrain

    Not many upgrades provide more trail prowess than low gearing, and few gearing options can match the strength of an Offroad Design Doubler.

  • Posted an article in features

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that ESC will reduce single-vehicle crashes of passenger cars by 34 percent and single vehicle crashes of SUVs by 59 percent.

  • Posted an article in Suspension/Brakes

    Reliable diesel engine? Manual transmission? Big solid axles? These are the components that make wheelers drool, and this ’01 Ford F-250 has them in the form of a 7.3L Power Stroke and ZF six-speed.

  • Posted an article in features

    Nate Schuit spent more than a decade running the hardest rockcrawling trails in the Southwest in Jeeps and Broncos, but they didn’t quite fit all of his requirements.

  • Posted an article in events

    The Baja 1000 is the most famous desert race in America, and it has been testing man and machine for over 45 years now.

  • Posted an article in features

    At first glance Ian Arachy’s 4Runner looks like the typical Toyota trail rig. Dual transfer cases? Check. 63-inch Chevy springs in back? Of course.

  • Posted an article in electrical

    Trail communication is key, whether your spotter is telling you where to put your tires or when you are trying to reach base camp to tell them you are upside-down.

  • Posted an article in events

    The canyon is a relatively well known destination on public land. In fact, 82 percent of the land in Nevada is owned by the public and used for such activities as mining, ranching, and recreation.

  • Posted an article in features

    A JK Without The Creature Comforts

  • Posted an article in features

    If you have ever watched rollover videos on YouTube, you might have noticed some pretty spotty spotting. You know, where people outside the vehicle are waving their arms frantically and yelling.

About Me

Harry Wagner is the newest staff member at Petersen’s 4-Wheel & Off-Road, but he isn’t new to the 4-wheel world. While some guys are in to rockcrawling, or expeditions, or desert racing, Wagner can’t get enough of any and all things off road. He grew up on trails like the Rubicon and Fordyce Creek in the back of his father’s Toyota Land Cruiser. When he was old enough to drive his first vehicle was an ’86 Jeep CJ-7, which took him on countless camping and snowboarding trips while attending college in Colorado. Wagner sold the Jeep when he moved to Venezuela in 1999 and rekindled the Toyota roots from his childhood. When he moved back stateside he bought a Toyota mini truck that has been customized over the years for hardcore rockcrawling, but he has also owned a ’77 Ford F-150, ’95 Chevy pickup, ’88 Dodge longbed, and ’08 Dodge Ram diesel. For the past eight years he has been documenting his journeys as a freelance writer before joining Petersen’s 4-Wheel & Off-Road, where he continues to refine his photography skills and dream up crazy story ideas with Péwé and Williams.

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My vehicles

  • 1977 Ford F150

    1977 Ford F150

  • 1987 Toyota Pickup

    1987 Toyota Pickup

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