Toyota Hilux And Jeep Wrangler JK Offroading / 4×4


Our Day Trip to Glass House Mountains. Incl. small 4×4 recovery action at the end.

Vehicles:
Toyota Hilux Surf (32 Inch Maxxis Bighorn, 2 Inch Suspension Lift, Snorkel)
Jeep Wrangler JK (35 Inch BFG KM2 tyres, 2.5 inch AEV Lift, AEV Bumpers, Genright Tyre Carrier)

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Filmed with Sony Action Cam

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19 Comments on “Toyota Hilux And Jeep Wrangler JK Offroading / 4×4”

  1. learn how to make a good video,I don’t want to hear some shit music,I want to see the video and 100℅ hear the engines roar and the tire’s spinning.

  2. Reduce your tire pressure to 18 psi. This will double your foot print and give you about double the traction. Would have made the hills climb easier and smoother. Nice Wrangler.

  3. хорошее путешествие. тойота хорошая, вранглер очень хороший. какие колеса у вранглера?

  4. How old is the driver in the Hilux? I have a 2000 Nissan Frontier and really think I could have gotten through those.

  5. someone put up a link of a jeep traveling the world cuse I haven’t found one. Yet you see FJ LandCruisers travel across Africa, Australia, South America and the jungles of India. I’ve seen crippled FJ40s still move foward. When it counts I’d never put myself in desert of sand or snow with a jeep. But my Toyota has always brought me home even when crippled.

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