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Jerrod Jones

Jerrod Jones

Former Former Editor, Off Road, Dirt Sports + Off-Road Magazine

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  • Posted an article in Project Vehicles

    This month, the engine compartment is going to see a bunch of new parts, and next time, the suspension and axles are going to be addressed. It should be one killer fullsize 4x4 when completed.

  • Posted an article in news

    The magazine has survived since 1968, through company buyouts, periods of no full-time staff, recessions, and fuel crises.

  • Posted an article in features

    Built entirely out of chromoly by Juan Real and Jason Turner at Real Fabworkz, Dr. Sanchez’s 1991 GMC Jimmy is a true multi-day adventure truck.

  • Posted an article in Product Reviews

    When the staff of Off-Road magazine tried the original Terra Trac AT all-terrain tire, they were shocked at how this tire had flown under their radar for so long.

  • Posted an article in Vehicle Reviews

    The first new half-ton diesel truck the United States has seen in many years. Body styling has remained much the same, but little and big additions have made these Ram trucks. The best fuel economy, and the highest tow rating.

  • Posted an article in news

    SEMA: the show to display your vehicle at, and the one every company strives to have new products ready in time for.

  • Posted an article in features

    Todd had wanted to build his ideal Bronco, with all his carefully selected pieces, since 1989. In 2012, he was able to roll a Chevy-powered Bronco out of his garage.

  • Posted an article in events

    The SEMA show has proven itself to be the megalith of automotive aftermarket trade shows once again, with its 46th show drawing more people this year than ever before.

  • Posted an article in news

    Want to know what it's like to go on a cover shoot with Off-Road magazine? Here's your chance to see how it's done!

  • Posted an article in How To

    Aftermarket steering wheels like this one from GT Performance often have a smaller diameter and usually a thicker wheel. The thicker wheel allows you to get a better grip on the steering wheel.

About Me

I run a magazine devoted to covering off-road adventures and tech on pre-runners and full-size trucks. I've run Off-Road magazine since October 2007. I first started in the magazine world in 2000.

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