We joined the band wagon of roof tents a year ago as we thought they would be the best thing since sliced bread. We could have been right if the set up was different however our experience led us to finally moving on from our soft shell tent, here’s why…Continue reading “Soft Shell Roof Tent Thoughts – Our Single Years Worth of Experience.”
STL High Peak recently released their first ever pedal sets for the new Jimny. They caught our attention with their simplistic and clean looking design. Thanks to Katy for treating me to the pedals, or did she actually treat the Jimny? Either way, here is how you fit them!Continue reading “STL High Peak Pedal Set”
Having been asked a few times about our awning and having owned it now for over a year we thought we would share our opinion about it. We will also cover the modification we have carried out and also a little alteration to make it blend in a little better with the Jimny.Continue reading “Direct4x4 Awning with a personal touch and modification”
Having run a larger setup of wheels and tyres on the Jimny and then deciding to go back to a smaller setup after over a year, it had a few of you wondering why and asking us for our reasoning. So we hope to cover everything you may want to know in this blog with our final thoughts at the very end.Continue reading “From Large to Small Wheels and Tyres”
Having got back into the groove of being able to go out exploring we decided to go for a day trip back to Bamford Edge. We set out on this trip with one intention, to capture a sunset shot from the top of Bamford Edge! We also tried out a small off-road lane to give the new wheels and tyres a try with also a short stop for some freshly cooked food to prepare us for the hike!Continue reading “First Outing With Our High Peak J-01 Wheels, Including Outdoor Cooking & An Evening Hike For A Sunset Shot!”
As you have noticed we have switched our wheels and tyres for a smaller and lighter setup. Also completely changing the graphics and front grille for a more retro look that we had considered for a while.Continue reading “A retro twist in style for our Jimny”
Finally after a very long lockdown we were able to get back out and use our self built camper trailer for the first time. We were also able to finally go for a gentle hike and enjoy some delicious food at the quiet North Lees Campsite.Continue reading “First outing with the self built Camper Trailer! Including Cooking and Photography Hike”
Having recently hit 12,500 miles it is time for the drivetrain to receive a fresh dose of oil! If you’re keen to know how to change all the oils on your Suzuki Jimny drivetrain then look no further.Continue reading “Maintenance – Suzuki Jimny JB74 Drivetrain Oil Changes”
Ground Tent vs Awning Room vs Roof Tent vs Jimny! Which might you prefer to sleep in?
How good would it be, to be able to try out every possible sleeping arrangement before committing to a choice without having to spend a load of money, well yeah that would be good but not that easy so here are our thoughts that might help you decide which you might prefer!Continue reading “4 Different methods of sleeping, which is right for you?”
Some may say size isn’t important, it’s how you use it… Well it can be true for some, but for others every little helps!
The Jimny is a rather small car, so with a proportional increase in the stance, you can improve off road performance. Here’s how and why…Continue reading “Larger Wheels & Lift Kits… Should you bother?”