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Exclusive Preview: What’s Coming in the December 2020 Issue of Four Wheeler Magazine!

A look at what’s on tap in the newest issue of Four Wheeler magazine, at newsstands October 23.

The December 2020 issue of Four Wheeler is like a mega buffet of awesome 4x4 sustenance! We've collected a wide range of 4x4 goodness that'll feed your off-road hunger, and it goes on sale at newsstands around the world on October 23!

Light Is Might
The theme of the December 2020 issue is lighting, and we dig into it with a trio of stories designed to put the spotlight on how you can illuminate the trail. Good trail lighting at night is very important. There's a look at lighting basics, an install of some powerful off-road lighting, and an overview of simple lighting upgrades.

Tech Stories Galore
The December issue is packed with helpful tech, whether you wheel an older or newer 4x4. Tech guru Verne Simons offers an in-depth look at how to rebuild the Motorcraft or Autolite 2100 or 2150 carburetor, there's an overview of how to install a 52-gallon fuel tank in a Chevy Silverado, a fascinating look at a very cool ICON Vehicle Dynamics suspension install on a 2013 Ford Raptor, and a look at a laundry list of functional upgrades to a Jeep JK including RockJock by John Currie and Rugged Ridge products.

Fullsize Vans on the Rocks and a Duo of Features
Ever wondered how fullsize vans would do on Utah's Hole in the Rock Trail? Well, we have the answer for you in a great story written by Harry Wagner. It's a must-read. The December issue also boasts a couple of features of vastly different vehicles. There's Joel Elliott's 1949 International KB2 that's saturated with tasty patina and a variety of overlanding mods, and there's Stephen Garrett's incredible "Swampcat" 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL that is built for just about every trail imaginable. You won't want to miss these two features, and they each have print-specific content you won't see anywhere else.

2021 Ford Bronco First Ride
Ford wasn't quite ready to hand journalists the keys to the all-new Bronco yet, but they did invite us to an event in Michigan where we were able to inspect the new machine and get a ride. Our report in the December issue details our impressions from the right seat.

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 December 2020 issue of Four Wheeler magazine will hit newsstands on October 23. If you want it to automatically arrive in your mailbox, you can subscribe at circsource.com/store (a digital version is also available)!