Welcome to the Off Road Podcast. 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 your host Ben here with my co-hosts and our guest Brent! How’s everyone doing?
Anyone done anything exciting?
Ben - planning day trip to Oregon and some bastard bought some ARB drawer slides out from.under me cough cough nathan starting to prep Toyota for raptor lining
Jeremy - Continued search for a dual sport had a good lead on a bike, guy sold it out from under me.
Steve - Picked up my truck from the body shop, broke my trailer somewhere along the way. Reclaimed my reloading room from my kid. Picked up a new Dillon 550B progressive press. Loaded over 1k rounds of pistol ammo last weekend.
Aaron - Replaced the door handles on the LMTV. Building a shooting lane.
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Want to meet us and have a wonderful day on the trail? Come out to the Off Road Podcast Tahuya Listener Run on October 6th. Ben, Aaron and Jeremy will be meeting at the Belfair Safeway at 1045 and leaving for the park at 11. We will be stopping at mud lake for lunch and shenanigans followed by some trail runs. All skill levels are welcome. Come out, have a great time, and make some new friends. You must have tow points front and rear, an appropriately sized spare tire, jack capable of lifting your vehicle, tools to change your tire, functional parking brake, seatbelts for all occupants, and a discovery pass. It is also highly recommended that you have a tow strap, 31” tires, First Aid kit, fire extinguisher, spill kit, and low range in your transfer case. Unless you are trailering your rig, it must be road legal including valid registration and insurance. If you have a radio (walkietalkie/CB/Ham) please bring them along so we can keep in touch on the trail. Please RSVP on our Facebook.
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Main Topic -
How did you get started off-roading?
What was your first rig?
What type of wheeling do you like to do?
Most embarrassing moment on the trail?
How does someone go about buying an Earth Cruiser? How long does it take from order to delivery?
Are there different models?
What options do you have? What kinds of options are customizable? Are drivetrain, suspension, and wheel options set or can a customer request certain specific components?
Can I fit a family of 4?
On the first earth cruiser episode, Lance and Michelle talked about every customer goes out on a local shakedown trip. Do you have any funny stories of those?
How capable are they offroad? What types of trails have your customers taken them on?
How do you test the vehicle that you build?
What type of Towing capacity do you retain?
What makes Earth Cruisers different that other large overland rigs available out there?
What is Earth Cruisers most loved/complimented feature?
What is the most critiqued feature?
What's in Earth Cruisers future?
Where Can We find you?
P: (541) 706-9101
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