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Episode 84: Toyota Mini-Truck History

March 29th, 2021

One of our listeners requested that we do an episode on Toyota minis and Four Runners. Although we have only dabbled in them, we are still big fans of the Hi-Lux/Stout/Tacoma line. Listen in as we discuss some important highlights of the Toyota truck timeline. If you have any requests send them our way and we'll see what we can do!

#Tacoma #ToyotaHiLux #FourRunner

Episode 83: Hybrid Wrangler Build

March 22nd, 2021

With Jeep's hybrid Wrangler officially out on the market we take the time to bench build and price one on the show, and cover our thoughts on this futuristic twist to the old design. Will it give Tesla and others a run for their money? Both John and Keith have strong opinions on this one, but one thing is for sure, we would be willing testers if Jeep wants to send one our way! Rubicon package and heated seats please!

#Jeeplife #hybridwrangler #Wrangler4xe

Episode 82: And Then There Were Two

March 15th, 2021

Our first episode without Andrew the Producer, who has stepped out of the podcast world for the time being. We explain why, and talk about how John is taking over his place, wearing two hats in the studio. Of course we manage to get some 4x4 talk into the episode as well, and we are finally up to date on the Patreon aftershow. Important news and updates regarding that as well!

#4x4talk #JohnnyOrange #wecandoit


Episode 81: Joe Grieshop from Ultimate Adventure

March 1st, 2021

Joe comes on to talk about UA2020 and his thrash to get his Scout going for the trip as one of the invited readers. As the owner of JOCO welding and Fabrication in Ohio, he specializes in working on older vehicles and doing custom fabrication. 

#UA2020 #Scout800A #LSswaptheworld

Episode 80: The Last Scouts

February 22nd, 2021

Jeff and Zaed Ismail from IH Parts America return to talk about the final years of passenger Internationals. We also discuss developments in the International world as well as some problems currently plaguing enthusiasts. Don't miss this Binder heavy episode!

#IHpartsamerica #InternationalScout #InternationalHarvester

Episode 79: The Zen of project simplification

February 3rd, 2021

Keith and Johnny Orange, like most Off-Road Enthusiasts, are guilty of taking on too many projects at once. How are they figuring ways to streamline their projects? What are their goals for the next year or so? 

#procrastination #getitdone #newyearnewyou

Episode 78: Dentside Fords and Full-Size Broncos

January 26th, 2021

One of the most popular Ford truck designs of modern times is the 1973-1979 Ford F-Series trucks, which included the Bronco for the 78-79 model years. Mid 1977 saw several big mechanical changes. Listen in as the guys discuss these awesome trucks. 

#fullsizebronco #highboyford #fseries #f250

Episode 77: Bernie da Yooper!

January 11th, 2021

It seems like everyone in Michigan's Upper Peninsula in the off-road world seems to know retired Marine Bernie Stanaway. Keith has known him for two decades, and Johnny Orange has known him for a few years. Now living out west, we catch up with him to hear his early wheeling stories and to reminisce about our joint adventures. On a more serious tone he has some advice for service members coming home to civilian life. Listen in so you too can say that you know the famous Bernie!

#4x4talk #upperpeninsula #USMC

Episode 76: Chad from Quick Draw Brand

January 4th, 2021

Chad McKinney returns to talk about Ultimate Adventure and he also has some HUGE announcements for some new 4x4 products. If you want to swap your engine or trans this is the guy to hear!

#quickdrawbrand #ua2020 #allison1000

Episode 75: 3/4 ton trucks, is there a point?

December 8th, 2020

For over 40 years buyers have been able to order a mid-way truck between a 1/2 ton and a 1 ton. Are they really worth it? Listen to find out!

#f250 #k2500 #ram2500

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