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  2. Hot on the heels of the 2021 Ford F-150 livestream reveal, Ford is now gearing up to officially reveal its not-so-hush-hush 2021 Ford Bronco on July 13, 2021. And no, although close, that’s not OJ’s birthday. Finally, after years of speculation, Ford will dish all on its new Bronco, most certainly a fresh take on View the full article
  3. Compiling this story has shown us that there is no shortage of first-generation 1966-1977 early Broncos customized for off-roading, rock crawling, overlanding, and performance. The Ford Bronco has been a staple among off-roaders, and with the official introduction of the 2021 Ford Bronco, we imagine the popularity of the vintage variety will only grow. To View the full article
  4. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Ford Bronco, a short-wheelbase 4x4 called the Bronco that captured the hearts of off-roaders and outdoorsmen. View the full article
  5. While we love the early Bronco (1966-1977) and the fact that Ford’s bringing the Bronco back for 2021, the full size Ford Bronco (classified here as model years 1978-1996) will always have a strong following in the off-road race and recreation crowd. We gathered a couple dozen full size Bronco features from over the years—and View the full article
  6. As we pen this story, excitement for the 2021 Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco Sport is at a tipping point—but do you remember when the 1966 Ford Bronco first got its V-8 engine? The 1966 Ford Bronco graced the cover of Four Wheeler magazine in April of 1966, and it brought with it a new View the full article
  7. Johnson, in his final fulltime season as a NASCAR driver, received a positive COVID-19 test result on Friday, July 3 and missed last weekend’s Cup Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It was the first race the seven-time Cup Series champion has missed after a streak of 663 consecutive starts. But following consecutive negative test results this past Monday and again on Tuesday – ...Keep reading View the full article
  8. Jimmie Johnson is just as confused as everyone else about his plight with the coronavirus View the full article
  9. Jimmie Johnson is just as confused as everyone else about his plight with the coronavirus View the full article
  10. Originally, the Japanese driver was supposed to contest eight rallies in 2020 at the wheel of a fourth factory-entered Yaris WRC, including all seven European events. However, after finishing seventh in Monte Carlo and ninth in Sweden, Katsuta's plans were placed on hold as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Following last week's reveal of a revised calendar, Toyota has now clarified that ...Keep reading View the full article
  11. Cindric's win is the third of his NXS career and his first on an oval. "I don't care what shape the track is -- If it's dirt, oval I don't care," he told FS1. "I'm just happy that this Ford Mustang is in Victory Lane. We've come so close all year. These guys have given me so many awesome, race-winning cars. "I'm pumped, this is awesome. I'd love to come back and show another performance ...Keep reading View the full article
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  13. Bronco fanatics don’t need much encouragement to celebrate their shared passion. View the full article
  14. Due to their incredible popularity, we are revisiting Granville King’s “From the Backcountry” columns on fourwheeler.com. Granville King’s column ran in Four Wheeler magazine from 1984 until his passing in 1989. Granville was a retired aerospace engineer and television screenwriter who lived off-grid in a trailer in Baja, Mexico. His off-road experiences were many, and View the full article
  15. We constantly scour the internet in search of the newest and coolest parts for your trucks. This week we’re taking a look at a trio of awesome products that is sure to impress. Quadratec Jeep Wrangler JK, JL, and Gladiator JT Tube Doors Visibility is key when off-roading, which is the driving reason why View the full article
  16. More on this 2014 Toyota Tundra Project! Trail Ready Tundra: Part One Our Off-Road Mods Continue with ADD, Rigid & Warn Adding an ARE Shell, Bed Rug, and Topper Lift to Our Overland Project Toyota We’re getting down to the wire on our Toyota Tundra Overland project. If you’ve been following along the last few View the full article
  17. Round 10 of the 2020 eNASCAR Heat Pro League season in association with Motorsport Games took the drivers to Auto Club Speedway View the full article
  18. If you’ve been following along, you know that we’ve made great strides in improving our 2014 Toyota Tundra Overland Project, which is a joint effort between Truckin and Fuel Offroad. Starting with a slightly used 2014, we got the suspension performance and stance right with a BDS upper arm and Fox coilover kit. We added View the full article
  19. Last month we introduced you to our overland-style Tundra build that we’re putting together with Thomas Hale from Fuel Offroad. We already adjusted the altitude and suspension travel with the help of a BDS and Fox coilover kit and 35-inch Fuel Gripper XT tires. This month we took the next step and added bumpers, side View the full article
  20. We don’t get to do a lot of Toyota tech around here. It’s not because we don’t want to. We love Toyotas—just look at this month’s cover truck. The main reason is there’s simply less Toyotas that are being modified than the Big Three, and less of them out there in the first place. But View the full article
  21. While it might not be the all-new refresh we’ve been anticipating, the 2020 Nissan Frontier is a nice update and preview for what’s to come. As a one-year-only stopgap, it represents the future while giving people one last reason to shop the Frontier before the new truck comes a year from now. Overall, the ’20 View the full article
  22. Watkins Glen will drop off the NASCAR Cup Series schedule for the first time since 1985 and be replaced by the Daytona road course, the series' latest schedule update reveals View the full article
  23. NASCAR cannot meet the quarantine rules in New York and must move its August race from Watkins Glen View the full article
  24. Restrictions instituted recently by New York State require travelers from several COVID-19 “hot spots” – including North Carolina – to quarantine themselves for 14 days upon arriving in the state. That made the planned Aug. 14-16 race weekend untenable for series’ teams. Three series were originally scheduled to hold races that weekend – Cup, Xfinity and the ARCA Menards ...Keep reading View the full article
  25. While browsing the Barrett-Jackson July 2020 online auction catalog, this clean, restored, all-original 1983 Toyota SR5 pickup jumped out at us. We’ve always had a soft spot for these utilitarian pickups. They’re nearly indestructible little workhorses that feature a very solid 4×4 system, simple leaf-spring suspension, an incredibly durable engine, and relatively comfortable interiors. This View the full article
  26. Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson will return to competition this weekend at Kentucky Speedway after being cleared by his doctors after testing positive for COVID-19 View the full article
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