• TMR Customs Off Road Racing Series

    Words by Tim & Mike Rogers, TMR Customs Inc. Photo’s courtesy of Eugene Horvath @ehmedia.ca Heading into year four of the TMR Customs Off Road Racing Series – one thing is very clear – there is a huge appetite for hard-core off road racing in Ontario! It seems like just yesterday that we had the idea to start our own race series and try to grow the sport here at home. We contacted five existing…

  • Dam Ford

    by 300 6 Jeep Well the truck through a code P0016 and after replacing a couple of VVT solenoids I discovered that it was the timing chain and it needed to be replaced at 146000 km. Apparently this engine has been around for 10 years and in multiple vehicles ranging from cars, SUV and now the trucks. This issue has been there from the get go! Ford has never done a recall on these motors, they…

  • CO4x4 Club’s Black Lake North Trail Ride

    Gravenhurst Area by Quinton Neufedlt Story & photos by Quinton Neufedlt Nine vehicles and 18 off-road enthusiasts met at Canadian Tire in Gravenhurst, Ont., October 21, to follow the Haliburton ATV Association’s (HATVA) marked trails around Black Lake and head for Black Lake bypass, near Dorset along Hwy 35. Among the series of off-road vehicles, Jeep was well represented with five JK’s of various years, trim levels and mods, plus a few other models to…

  • Relocated XJ Air Intake

    by GR8BUDS Here are some pictures and a description of my relocated air intake. Here is a list of parts I used. Air filter – K&N Part# RU3130 3.5″x3″ Elbow – Donaldson Part# P123462 3″ Elbow – Donaldson Part# P105532 3″ Exhaust pipe 3.5″ O.D. Pipe 3″ I.D. Heater hose and clamps The donaldson elbows and heater hose can be gotten from Traction (heavy duty parts division of NAPA) or most tractor trailer repair facilities. Once…

  • CO4x4 Club vs Concession Lake

    and Forest Mountain in Bobcaygeon Story & photos by Quinton Neufeldt It was the perfect time of year to try this trail, water levels were high in the area for August, but the longer daylight and warm temperatures meant that most of the ground was fairly soild (compared to spring or fall)! Four vehicles and 11 people met 9:15am on Saturday Morning at Flynn’s turn Ontario. Our trail companions included Paul and his two passengers…