Trick Trucks in Millsboro has all you need to prepare your truck for an off-road, snowy adventure.
You have a truck and you have a dream – to go off-roading in the winter. With any luck, you’ll find yourself in the back country driving over and through snow drifts. You can hardly wait.
But before you hop in your truck and head for those snow banks, you should make sure your truck is outfitted for fun and safety. You don’t want your adventure to end badly or to find yourself stuck in a snow bank.
“The snow poses a unique and exhilarating set of challenges for any off-roader – it transforms well-known trails into completely new territories, fills in some of the most difficult obstacles and makes once easy paths into slick, challenging terrain. For these same reasons, winter time off-roading can be extremely dangerous for even the most experienced driver if they are unprepared. From packing the right gear and installing the appropriate recovery hardware to knowing how to handle your truck] in the snow and what to do if something goes wrong,” 4wd.com says.
4wd.com says you need at the very least two pieces of equipment to safely navigate snow – the right tire and a winch.
“When driving through the snow on the road, you want narrow tires with high contact pressure that can cut through the snow to the asphalt beneath. When you’re off-roading, however, you want to make sure that you have wide base, low pressure tires to help you stay on top of the snow. You’ll need a set of siped tires with a hefty tread for maximum traction in slippery conditions,” 4wd.com advises.
4wd.com adds, “Any experienced off-roader will tell you that it’s not if but when you will get stuck on the trail. If you wheel in the winter, “when” is a lot sooner and more often than you might hope. A good winch can drag you out of just about any situation and get you back onto the trail in no time.
“Choosing the right winch is all about knowing your vehicle and what options are out there. You need to know what sort of power and speed you need for your 4×4, as well as what sort of material the line should be.”
And don’t forget survival equipment from the basics like water to blankets to food.
If you’re not sure where to begin or what’s best for you and your truck, you need to consult the trusted,experienced off-road expert at Trick Trucks of Millsboro. Trick Trucks can also help you upgrade your truck if you so desire.
Trick Trucks of Millsboro is your aftermarket accessory store located in the same building as In & Out Tire Pros. Trick Trucks is dedicated to providing you excellent customer service and premium products. The two businesses are locally owned by Bill and Rita Schrider), so all work and adjustments can be done in one location. No need to buy and install a kit here while having to take your truck somewhere else for other work. You’ll also get the advantage of Bill’s 45-plus years in the trick truck industry.
With 15 bays equipped with lifts including two fully integrated alignment racks, Trick Trucks can accommodate all types of vehicles. Trick Trucks is your lowered and lifted vehicle alignment specialist. Top of the line tire and wheel mounting and balancing machines with road force balancing. The mounting and balancing machines accommodate up to 30″ wheels and 40″ tires. Top of the line combination shop of aftermarket specialist and ASE mechanics allows for the smoothest aftermarket installation available. Trick Trucks installed parts and labor come with a three-year, 36,000-mile warranty.
Trick Tucks prides itself on upfront and honest quotes, timely installations, and quality products and parts. Trick Trucks of Millsboro is part of Trick Trucks & Cars franchise and the In & Out Tire Pros family, a locally-owned and operated auto service center. You get peace of mind knowing every accessories installation is done by trained technicians.
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