20 Sep 2018

Kimberley Kampers closes its doors 

After a rather tumultuous 12 months of voluntary administration and last ditch efforts to save the company, Kimberley Kampers closes its doors.  Once known for being arguably the most advanced and well built rear-fold campers on the market, the company was put into voluntary administration late…


Campsite restored! 

You may remember last month, we ran the story of a campsite that was knocked off while a couple of blokes were out taking photos in the Barrington Tops. We reached out to our mates over at OzTent to see if we could right this…


ARB: Brand new 40 Series bullbar 

For years the iconic 40 Series LandCruiser has been building an almost cult-like love affair with 4WD’ers across the world; none more obvious than with us Down Under. There are more than a few old 40’s in sheds across Australia slowly being tinkered with, with…

Listed payloads of the X-Class look great on paper, but we'll reserve judgement until we give it a good assessment.

Recalled: X-Class TPMS issues 

The new Mercedes-Benz has been recalled, with the X-Class TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System) suffering a software bug, where the low pressure warning may not be displayed if the pressures drop below a certain level. The recall has been undertaken by Mercedes-Benz and the ACCC…


WARN turns 70! 

WARN Industries was kicked of just after World War II by Arthur Warn to supply locking hubs to surplus Jeeps off the back of the war. From there, over the next 70 years the company has pioneered the electric winch, creating OE parts for the…