Suspension work

Finally warmed up to get some work done on project X. Winter has come early and with a cold bite, temperatures have been well below zero and the windchill has hit -20C. So with any suspension work a couple of required items are heat and penetrating fluid I had been…

Upgrades for the Explorer

The old Explorer..or Project X” as we have started calling it, is in need of some work and a few upgrades. Upgrades will be rear shackles and rebuilt spring stacks..along with the TT to bring front up a little bit. Our last trip had us wondering if it would make…

Our Explorer Build

Explorer build We decided to look for a SUV type vehicle and  do some Overlanding. On a low budget we picked up this 2000 Ford Explorer that was in decent condition. Picked up for $600 and in no major repairs required. With it’s 4.0L and select-able Auto-4H-4L we figured it…

rv before body work

Our Big Adventure Rig Gets a Facelift

Our Big Adventure Rig We love our RV, a real home away from home and a great place to plan more adventures! Specs: Year: 1986 Model: Triple E Regency Length: 6.4m(21ft) Engine: Gas Powered 7.5L (460cu.in) Chassis:  Ford E350 Mileage: 178,756kms Our Big Adventure Rig Was getting a few spot…

Roof Rail Hack | Extended Roof Rails

Roof Rail Hack | Extended Roof Rails     Made longer roof rails now the basket fits up front where we want it…plenty of room for the rooftop tent once it is completed. Simple hack, Acquire a full length roof rail from parts vehicle Measure from front before roof slopes…