This episode of the Off Road Podcast is Sponsored by WARN, Medical Gear Outfitters, and Colby Valve.
Tonight, Aaron takes a number, Jeremy does nothing, & Ben does some Macgyvering.
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Jeremy – Nothing. I drove a golf cart. Cart path only
Aaron – Went Camping at the coast in a numbered campground. Fed a deer jelly beans.
Ben – Fixed family cars and installed a radio. Worked a little on my solar generator 2.0. Drove across the state.
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News brought to you by Colby Valve
- Autoblog – F-150 Raptor breaks mans back
- Front suspension system notably offers 14 inches of travel
- Truck’s owner, who goes by Caz
- Raptor rapidly approaching a jump, catching a good amount of air, and landing on four wheels
- I aimed for 60 [mph] but it may have gotten beyond that as I wasn’t looking at the speedometer
- Smooth jump but unfortunately I landed a perfect pancake
- Doctors repaired his vertebra with two rods and six screws
- Truck is fine but he isn’t
- He wasn’t the only off-roader that landed in the hospital with a back injury. He added that the driver who hit the same jump at about the same speed in an identical truck right after his run was hospitalized with a fractured spine as well.
- Inside EVs – Jeep Magneto 2.0
- 625 hp and 825 lb-ft
- 70-kilowatt-hour battery pack, comprised of four different cells that are spread out for better weight distribution
- Six-speed manual transmission sourced from a Charger Hellcat
- Dropped first gear ratio from 5.13 to 3.36
- Rock-Trac transfer case to give the Magneto optimal torque at all four wheels
- Dana front and rear axles and massive King coilover shocks
- Wheelbase is 12 inches longer than the standard two-door JL, and it rolls on 40-inch rubber
- Low-end torque and negotiating tricky rock formations
- Clutch works only to move the shift knob between gears, otherwise, it doesn’t serve much of a purpose. And with so much available torque, you could feasibly start the Magneto in any gear to get it off the line
- Magento’s brake regen worked better than any of those that I’ve tested. And with the added benefit of recouping range in the wild, it’s a true win-win scenario.
Main Topic powered by WARN
Broken cv axle
Leaking gas tank
Punctured oil pan
Broken mount (Shock, spring, control arm)
Broken leaf pack
Loose bolts falling out
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