Sliding Load Bed

Reaching stuff in the rear load bed was difficult enough, but once the canopy was fitted I knew it would become even more difficult.  Because of this I needed a solution that would allow easy access to the full load bed without wasting space.

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We’ve got it covered

I shall be writing a full article later, but in the meantime I thought I’d just post a quick blog about today’s developments.  Today we visited Tuff-Trek to have a new shiny RSI canopy fitted.  To say that we are pleased would be an understatement.

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Whispbars

The Wildtrak Ranger comes fitted with roofrails and I wanted to make use of them.  I don’t like the look of many of the roofbars on the market as they sit high and have a big impact on fuel consumption and noise.

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All Change

It has been many months since my last post.  Those of you that read that post may realise why I have waited so long to continue updating the blog.  I now feel it is time to continue with articles about the Ranger.  It is at this point I must warn…

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Using every resource I can!

For over six years I have run www.overland-rovers.com and since November last year I have run this website with the aim of informing, entertaining and inspiring others. Now, for the first time, I would like to ask for something back. Not for me, you understand, but for someone and something that has…

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Sneak preview 

Here is s sneaky tease of what we saw today.     The area was struck by a blizzard and we’re currently stuck in Geneva airport counting the floor tiles😕 I shall update more when I can muster some enthusiasm. 

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We’re on our way!

To where? You may ask.  The countdown has hit zero and we’re currently sitting at the airport en route to view a possible contender for our ‘camper back’ in France.  Tomorrow we shall visit the factory and poke, shake and generally climb all over the units they have there.  I…

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Monitoring & Diagnostics – Part 1

With the increasing complexity of modern vehicles a DIY diagnostic solution, in your toolbox, is as important as a set of spanners.  So, why is this part 1?  Well this is a complex area and I shall continue to a research a wide variety of options.  This post will focus,…

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