Company to expand to Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele , Utah
SALT LAKE CITY (October 14, 2010) – CEO of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies (LHM Group), Greg Miller , announced today that the company has acquired Proffitt’s Cruisers of Austin, Colorado. Proffitt’s Cruisers has been restoring and building custom Toyota Land Cruisers for more than 12 years. The LHM Group plans to continue operations in Austin , Colorado , and will open a new headquarters facility at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele , Utah . Continue reading →
Anyone can buy new tires and new wheels, install them on their rig, and give a glowing review about how well the tires hook up and how pretty the wheels look…but the real test of a product is how well it survives hard long-term use. I’ve put a set of 39 x14.5-17 Pitbull Maddog LT Bias Tires and 17×9 TrailReady HD Aluminum beadlock wheels thru 18 months of hard trails and offroad abuse, and it’s finally time to brag. Continue reading →
There are a lot of options these days for tubing benders. The vast majority of these companies come into the market with a simple manual bender and then grow their business into more sophisticated systems.
I’ve run Optima Performance Batteries for many years. The reasons are simple: safety and quality. The batteries I’ve owned have lasted beyond their expected life and warranty period, and the AGM (Absorption Glass Mat) design is an added safety factor when it comes to potential rollovers (which I’m known for). I currently run a single RedTop in my 1974 FJ40 Toyota Land Cruiser and a pair of RedTops in my 1996 FZJ80 Toyota Land Cruiser. Continue reading →
Like most 4wd owners, I’m always on the lookout for different products to try out on my rigs. My 1996 FZJ80 Toyota Land Cruisers is my summertime expedition rig and my wintertime daily driver, so many things I run on the truck are a compromise between offroad performance and daily driver use. Continue reading →
‘uummm….hello? Anyone know which way to turn at the intersection? ANYone??’
How many times have you been ‘that guy’ on the trail ride? I have a few times…and it isn’t fun. The problem? The rig ahead of you is responsible for you making correct turns and helping get you unstuck…but many of us forget to check our mirrors when we trail ride. So, now the responsibility becomes yours: communication. Is your CB in good condition? Is it TUNED? Or, like many, should you just stick your head out the window and yell because you’ve neglected to install a CB and instead dropped $1000 on tires and wheels that STILL left you stuck on the trail? RightChannelRadios.com has the solution for us… Continue reading →