Tonight Jeremy Breaks some stuff, Aaron is a commie and gets a handout, and SAR is out looking for Ben
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 Jeremy and I’m here with my co-host Aaron. How ya doing?
Anyone done anything exciting?
Jeremy - Got new foot pegs for the bike, after I sheared off my old ones.
Aaron - Scored some custom truck bed drawers for free. I am the 4th Frontier guy to own them. I am now part of the brotherhood of the traveling drawers.
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Let’s talk about you
How did you get into Off Roading
What was your first rig?
What's your current rig?
Favorite type of wheeling?
Besides rolling a Jeep in a graveyard, do you have a most embarrassing moment on the trail?
Biggest win on the trail?
Long Range America
I would assume that more capacity is the main reason that people would want a bigger fuel tank. Is there any other reasons that someone might want to swap out their OEM tank for one of yours?
How are the tanks built?
Are they just a large rectangular tank or is there more sophistication to them than that?
All that sounds pretty simple, lots of guys do custom tanks and fuel cells. What’s the big deal?
Your website shows prices that suggest that these will cost up to two thousand dollars with freight. That’s a big number for a lot of people. How can people justify that expense compared to jerry cans or Roto Packs?
I’ve noticed that other aftermarket tanks are plastic different types of metal. What are yours made from?
What is aluminized steel?
Since they are metal do offroaders still need a skid plate under it for protection?
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