Welcome to the Off Road Podcast. I'm your host, Ben. Today we will be exploring the off road world-- whether you like crawling up rock ledges or enjoy exploring the backroads with your family. Stay with us to find out events in your area, off road news, and topics to interest every guy & girl who craves the outdoors as seen through the windshield. I am here with my co-hosts Steve and Aaron! How’s everyone doing?
Anyone done anything exciting?
Ben - went camping at a childhood camping spot and i’m leaving soon for the Northwest Overland Rally. Got a code from my boss for 10% off Rainier Munitions to share with you all offroad10 on rainerarms.com
Aaron - Went to a gun show and bought some .351 Winchester self-loading bullets.
Steve. Found a mock up LS block for doing my Ranger. Found and oil pan and intake to put on it. Just need manifolds. Looking for a decent donor before I commit to taking home just a rolling chassis. Screwed up my elbow somehow, so even the minivan is on again off again.i am trying
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Main Topic -
If it is an overnight trip you can download a free app that is a checklist of what to bring camping.
Picking a destination.
Mapping it out.
Look online for any recent updates for the trails you will run. Ask in the FB groups you are in if it is accessible for when you plan to run it.
Call ahead, rangers office, do you need permits, any trail conditions you need to be aware of, lots of downfall, higher than normal snowpack? Lack of water sources?
Did you update your offline maps?
Is your rig capable, are you capable?
First aid supplies.
Pre trip maintenance.
Will you need to pack extra fuel?
Basic tools/ tire repair spare.
Tell someone where you are going.
Backup plans! Allow for the unexpected time spent on the trail.
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