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Toyota Tundra Parts Available from ExtremeTerrain

2007+ Tundra Parts and Accessories now Available

PAOLI, Pa. (August 29, 2019) – ExtremeTerrain.com (XT) has been home to Jeep Wrangler Parts, from 1987 to current model year, since 2003. Adding Toyota Tacoma parts just over a year ago, today the team at XT is proud to announce the addition of Toyota Tundra parts for 2007 to current model year Tundra pickups.

New Tundra parts are being added every day, from bumpers to Tundra wheels, so be sure to tell all your Tundra-owning friends to head to XT’s site to find the new home for 2007+ Toyota Tundra parts and accessories.

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Tom Severin

Be a Guest-Focused Trail Leader

Four-wheeling is best enjoyed in groups. (Indeed, I stress group outings for safety reasons.) At times you will be a participant. Others times you will want to be the Trail Leader. You’re proud of your skills and want to showcase the trails you enjoy exploring.

Being a Trail Leader isn’t a particularly difficult task. But it does entail many responsibilities. In 10 Qualities of a Great Trail Leader, I touch on the role mostly from the technical side.

This article takes the guests’ perspective. Specifically, how to ensure that your guests enjoy the best trip possible. (Note that I don’t use the word “customer.”  These people don’t pay to participate.) Certain aspects are beyond your control. But many others can be influenced by you.

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John Stewart

Life with a Jeep - Hood Latch Replacement

The 2007 and newer Jeep Wrangler stock hood latches are prone to stretching which allows movement of the hood, that strange little movement known as “hood flutter”.  That is movement is noticeable when you pass a semi on a windy day and you see your hood start to lift.  An easy fix, replace the stock rubber latches with one of the numerous aftermarket latches.

I did that replacement soon after buying my 2010 JK.  At that time, polyurethane replacements for the stock rubber hood latch were the only option.  Later, more options began appearing with billet aluminum the leading material.  My polyurethane replacement latches held for seven years before southern California sun took its toll.

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John Stewart

The Definitive Guide to Jeep Wrangler Wheels

Everything You Need to Know | ExtremeTerrain Tech Guides

PAOLI, Pa. (Aug. 22, 2019) – The invention of the wheel spawned the creation of everything from potter’s wheels, to wheelbarrows, and even Jeep Wranglers! Wrangler wheels come in a variety of sizes and finishes so when it comes time to replace or upgrade your current set, a little bit of research goes a long way to ensure you have the right diameter wheel, coupled with the correct lug pattern, offset, and backspacing for your application.

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John Stewart

Daily Driven Jeep Wrangler JL Build | Throttle Out

Lifted Jeep Wrangler JL on a Budget!

PAOLI, Pa. (Aug 7, 2019) – In this episode of ExtremeTerrain’s (XT) Throttle Out YouTube Series, host Merideth Evasew gets her hands on a completely stock Mojito Green JLU, spinning a few wrenches on its first-round of modifications. Since this JLU will function primarily as a daily driver, Merideth hand-picks Jeep parts from popular XT product categories like Lift Kits, Armor, Lighting, and Wheels and Tires to create a very functional and stylish build.

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