December Headlines

2019 Nissan Navara N-Trek Warrior Review

More than just a sticker pack, the locally-modified N-Trek Warrior focuses on suspension tweaks and new wheels to beef up the Navara’s off-road ability.

read more – https://mr4x4.com.au/2019-nissan-navara-n-trek-warrior-review/?utm_source=ActiveCampaign&utm_medium=email&utm_content=All-new+Nissan+Navara+N-Trek+Warrior+Tested+%2B+How+to+tow+a+camper+trailer+on+sand&utm_campaign=PC+Newsletter+%23291

Nissan Navara N Trek Warrior travelling on an a swamp.

Get Up To Speed With Towing

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Banner that talks about Towing tips and techniques.

Takata Airbag Recall Just Got Much Bigger and More Dangerous

The Takata airbag recall (read: scandal) has just become a whole lot bigger and scarier with the news today that Takata airbags with a NADI 5-AT propellant are also potentially dangerous. Indeed, if you’ve already checked your vehicle and found it was safe, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is advising vehicle owners to check again…the www.ismyairbagsafe.com.au has been updated.

Proper Winching Is More Than Pushing A Button

In my experience after decades in the field, off-roading’s second most assumed skill comes down to one thing—Winching.

You just wrap the line around a tree and push the button. How hard can it be, right?

I know there are a lot of off-roaders out there who automatically think they know how to winch their Jeep out of any situation or use it to help others who may be in trouble. I’ve seen it first-hand.

But in reality, there is a lot more that goes into proper, and safe, winching than just hooking it up, doing some guesswork and pushing the button.

Read the Full article – https://www.quadratec.com/c/blog/buchter-proper-winching-more-pushing-button?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=blog_proper_winching

Merry Christmas from the Eureka 4WD Training Team

Eureka 4wd's December season's greetings banner.

Happy New Year from the Eureka 4WD Training Team

Eureka 4wd's season's greetings banner from December 2019 to January 2020.