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The 2010 SEMA Show – Day 2

  Day 2 coverage of the 2010 SEMA show in Las Vegas, NV. Our intrepid editors ventured out beyond the halls of the 4-wheel drive arena and into the world of hot rods, electronics, tools and more. We continued to find tons of great cross-over goodies that apply to our pavement-free world, whether it be fuel delivery systems, cooling systems, performance monitoring …

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The 2010 SEMA Show – Day 3

  Our third and final day covering the 2010 SEMA show in Las Vegas, NV. Tired of waiting in long lines for bad food, worn-out from walking 15 miles per day and properly hung over, we mustered up enough gumption to hit the floor one last time for this 2010 season. From suspension systems to brakes, off-road lights to replacement …

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The 2009 SEMA Show – Day 2

  Day two of the SEMA 2009 Expo proved to be just as much a treasure trove as the first, if not more so. Spinning off from the 4-wheel drive sections of the Las Vegas convention center, your intrepid editors boldly set forth into the hot rod sections, looking for cross-over product. See our coverage of Day 1 and Day …

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The 2009 SEMA Show – Day 3

  As we close in on the final days of another SEMA show, 4x4Review’s tenth consecutive trip, it gives us great pleasure to report that the 2009 SEMA show has been a rousing success. It’s great to see that the aftermarket industry is still creating innovative new products and pushing the envelope in vehicle performance, even in today’s slow economic …

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The 2009 SEMA Show

  We’re still as excited as a fat Elvis at an all-you-can eat Vegas buffet when we step off of the plane each year for the SEMA show. As most of you know, SEMA is the big boys toys show for everything in the automotive aftermarket – hot trucks, hot cars, hot chicks and the hottest products in the world …

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Project Buckshot Revealed

  A great friend of mine, TJ, has been going on and on for about three years now about getting into the 4-wheel drive sport. He and I have had dozens – if not more – conversations about past trips that we have been on, all of the great expeditions, and the thrill of machine conquering Mother Nature’s best and worst. And, of …

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Building the Ultimate TJ – Part 2

It has been a while since we gave you the preview of the strongest most complete Jeep TJ build up ever attempted, so now its time to bring you up to speed on all of the action. Stage West 4wd Center in Glenwood Springs, CO has been working feverishly to get the Ultimate TJ out for all to see. In …

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Project Buckshot Before Pictures

The early years for the Ford  Bronco, 1966 – 1977 specifically, are easily one of the top five coolest 4×4’s ever made. They’re an off-road icon in their own right, not only because of their classic styling and pudgy good looks, but because they are very capable off-road machines right off of the show room floor. If you have been …

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Building the Ultimate TJ – Part 1

  The Ultimate Jeep TJ buildup, how can that be? TJ’s are only a few years old and there can’t be much more than suspension and accessories that can be bolted on right? Think again. Kevin Hurt has set out to create a TJ that will rival any other ever built. Kevin started the dream by buying a black 2001 …

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The Girls of SEMA – 2008

The annual SEMA convention presents the single most comprehensive collection of 4X4 accessories in the free world.  From driving lights to differentials, and every part in between, SEMA is the place to go to see the latest and greatest off-road goodies. This is the pitch we give our wives before we head out the door on our way to SEMA, …

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