Off-roading enjoyment doesn’t get
much better than beating a track through Queensland’s rugged Glass House National
Park, testing your rig from Teewah Beach to Double Island Point or the ultimate
challenge of conquering Fraser Island — especially when you’ve got Maxxis RAZRs
along for the ride!
This month’s Maxxis Man Off-road Showcase takes us on exactly this journey – with Gympie 4×4 enthusiast Jethro Allen pushing the limits through some of Queensland’s most demanding beach, mountain and rocky terrain in his modified 1990 GQ Patrol TD42, complete with Maxxis RAZR MT 35×12.5R15’s!
With his dependable RAZRs proven to perform in all weather conditions, whatever surfaces he throws at them and never missing a beat when it comes to reliability and comfort, Jethro is a Maxxis convert through and through!
“I have really enjoyed my Maxxis RAZR MT’s — they have proven how tough and reliable they are. They wear really well and are just as good on the road as they are off! Since purchasing my set of RAZRs, my vehicle’s off-road capability, driveability in the wet and dry (on- and off-road), and comfort, has definitely increased dramatically.”
Modifications to Jethro’s Patrol that further add to getting his
adventuring done — include 5″ Dobinson Coils (Flexi Rears), 7″ Amada
Extreme Remote Res Shocks, 3 link rear suspension, Super Flex Radius Arms, Heim Joint GU Lower Control
Arms, Adjustable Front Panhard and 80 Series Extended Bump stops.
And when it comes to “What next?”, Jethro already
has the question of tyres well and truly sorted:
“I’ll 100% be purchasing a set of Maxxis RAZR 37’s for my next project.”
All the best Jethro – keep up the good work!
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