- Exclusive Preview: What’s Coming In The November 2020 Issue Of Four Wheeler Magazine!
Exclusive Preview: What’s Coming In The November 2020 Issue Of Four Wheeler Magazine!
A look at what’s on tap in the newest issue of Four Wheeler magazine, at newsstands September 25.
Just when you thought you'd seen it all, Four Wheeler magazine rounds up a mind-boggling collection of incredible 4x4 content and injects it into the November 2020 issue that goes on sale at newsstands around the world on September 25!
Wide Open Wheeling
The theme of the November 2020 issue is "Wide-Open Wheeling," and the very first feature story in the issue is a great six-page piece from Four Wheeler contributors Brian Sumner and Harry Wagner about their trip through Death Valley in an incredible Ram 2500-based Baja Runner built by Mule Expedition Outfitters that's shod with 40-inch Yokohama tires. No one thought it was a good idea to take the borrowed truck down Lippincott Mine Trail in Death Valley, which is exactly what motivated them to do it. Can't wait to read the story? Find it here.
2021 Ford Bronco Facts And Analysis
The 2021 Ford Bronco is the talk of the town. Well actually, it's the talk of the world, and the November 2020 issue of Four Wheeler has an in-depth look at the Bronco. From facts and analysis of the new machine to a fascinating tech comparo of Bronco versus Wrangler. These stories were written by the knowledgeable Sean P. Holman and are a deep dive into the new 2021 Ford Bronco.
A Trio Of 4x4 Features, All With Manual Transmissions!
The November 2020 issue of Four Wheeler has a trio of amazing reader 4x4 features, and they're a bit of a celebration of the manual transmission. There's Paul Dickinson's four-cylinder-powered, five-speed manual-equipped, trailer-towing, 1998 Jeep Wrangler; Cody Jones' 1994 Ford Ranger with 4.0L power, five-speed manual transmission, and SAS conversion; and an eye-popping 3.0L EcoDiesel-powered, NV4500 five-speed manual-equipped, 1978 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ45. As a bonus, you'll find print-exclusive photos and text of Paul and Cody's rigs in the pages of Four Wheeler!
If you like strong tech stories, the November 2020 issue will appeal to you. Tech guru Verne Simons covers some tips and tricks of rebuilding the NP435 four-speed manual transmission, he details how he turned his 1978 Ford F-250 into a "High-Boy," and in the final installment of his "Metal Fabrication Basics" series, he shows how to build tubular corner gussets. There's also a look at how we upgraded the steering, winch, and tires on our SAS-swapped 2004 Toyota Tacoma TRD pickup, and if you're eager to check out this incredible Toyota and its upgrades including a new Warn M8000-S winch, you can read the story here.
But Wait, There's More!
All of this content is in addition to Four Wheeler's monthly roundup of new products for your 4x4, a look back at a past memorable Four Wheeler story (including From The Backcountry, by Granville King), answers to your tech questions, feedback from readers, editorials from the staff, and much more.
Straight to Your Mailbox
The November 2020 issue of Four Wheeler magazine will hit newsstands on September 25. If you want it to automatically arrive in your mailbox you can subscribe at circsource.com/store (a digital version is also available)!