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POST ON Mar 6, 2018
Ironman 4x4 is celebrating 60 years in the business with 'The Ultimate Ironman 4x4 Giveaway!'
You have a real chance to win an Ultimate Xterran Camper valued at more than $60,000, plus 2nd and 3rd prize packages. (1st March - 31st August)Read more
POST ON Oct 19, 2017
Looking for added performance & increased durability on your leveled or lifted Hilux? We're really excited to be able to offer these Rancho® brand performance upper control kits to suit KUN26 Hilux 4WD 2005-2015. The manufacturing design, quality, fit and finish of this product is absolutely first class.Read more
POST ON Aug 18, 2017
So which pump?
With as many ‘brands’ available as baubles on a Christmas tree, the choice can be over-whelming! From experience, few models live up to the claims printed on their box. Hose connections are a real bugger on many pumps. When you’re outback trying to repair and re-inflate a tyre, or are getting back onto the tar after a beach run – You need peformance over promises. But check out 4WD Action Magazine’s AIR COMPRESSOR COMPARO – An extensive torture and comparrsion test of 24 (yes, 24) popularly-distributed portable pumps.Read more
POST ON Aug 17, 2017
Since 1990, 4WD1 has been a proud importer of USA-made Rancho shocks absorbers. In 2015, the company was excited to release a new larger RS5000-X™ shock series that helps deliver precisely controlled performance for raised-height 4WDs popular in Australia and other parts of the world. The new RS5000-X shock series includes “Cross-Tuned Technology” – a unique valve design that allows for increased control and consistent ride profile with a larger shock body.Read more
POST ON Aug 16, 2017
Other than 4wding, there’s no better recreation than fishing. I reckon the two aussie pastimes are best when together (some of the best fishing spots are by 4×4!) and yet a quick trip to your nearest estuary, beach, dam or river is always a goodie, even if you got there by pushbike.
If you’re not a fisho – you ought to be. It’s relaxing (albeit) thirsty kind of work. Real thirsty sometimes :) You can go solo or with a tribe, and that sense of the ‘catch’ or “catching the big one” never seems to leave you, even if you’ve been fishing for years.Read more