Isuzu/Honda Trucks & 4x4 Tech

Isuzu/Honda Trucks & 4x4 Tech Isuzu is a Japanese-based company that produces cars, commercial vehicles and heavy-trucks. Although the company decided to pull out of the U.S. market, Isuzu offered a number of vehicles popular with the off-road crowd that include the Trooper, Rodeo and Amigo.
Honda may be known as the largest manufacturer of motorcycles, but its place in the compact car market has taken great strides in the last few decades. The company introduced its first truck to the market in 2006 with its Ridgeline, which raced and won the Stock Mini Class at the SCORE Baja 1000.

LATEST Isuzu/Honda Trucks & 4x4 Tech

  • Maxxis Creepy Crawler Tires - Review

    Maxxis Creepy Crawler tires--only for the professional driver, or will they also work for us weekend warriors?

    Oct. 15, 2007
  • Synthetic Winch Lines: The Good and the Bad

    >Despite getting stuck we were in high spirits for we knew our WARN XD9000i would have no trouble getting us out. At least so we thought.

    May. 01, 2007
  • Permanent Winch Power for the back of your Truck

    Jarred shows how he added a permanently mounted hidden winch to the back of his truck.

    Mar. 07, 2007
  • LED Headlamp and Tent Heater Review

    Now it's time to set up camp. It's not an uncommon scenario. Trying to set up a tent at night or backing that RV...where do you get light to see?

    Mar. 01, 2007
  • Picking up Your Off-Road Physique

    How to sneak in easy exercises when in route to an outdoor adventure.

    Mar. 01, 2007
  • Not So Cheap MAACO Paint Job

    Not so cheap Maaco paint job for our Project Off-Road Toyota

    Mar. 01, 2007
  • Sometimes Getting Out is Hard Work

    I know you've heard this before: if you are going to drive off-road you should always go out with two or more trucks. Many Hummer owners are mavericks with little more than a marginal degree of self-control, however-- so the urge to go out on a trail can?

    Sep. 01, 2006
  • Put A Lid On It

    One of the biggest decisions to make, after finishing your rc crawler build project, is choosing the right body for it. Sure, the body you run won't affect performance that much, however, it is still important that your rig looks its best, while running t

    Aug. 01, 2006
  • The Saga of the Mother of all Rocks

    The Mother, the term brings either visions of a sweet comforting matriarch figure or on the other side an overbearing, arrogant, pushy, nasty individual, well the Mother of all Rocks is certainly the latter. (Or was)

    Aug. 01, 2006
  • How to Select and Operate a Hand-Held Plasma Cutter

    Weekend wheelers, rock crawlers and sand buggy fabricators who experience the benefits of a plasma cutting machine rarely want to return to oxy-acetylene cutting or mechanical cutting processes such as saws, cut-off wheels, shears and snips

    Jul. 01, 2006
  • Parrot CK3300 Hands Free car kit and GPS Reviewed

    Parrot, founded in 1994 and based in Paris, makes a wide range of electronic products. What makes Parrot's products different is the use of a wireless technology called BlueTooth. Parrot's most popular products are their hands free cell phone car kits. We

    Jun. 01, 2006
  • The 2.2 Scale Revolution

    While the RC Crawling sport was being dominated by the big Super Crawlers, there were many custom builders that were looking for something a little different

    May. 01, 2006
  • Outdoor Bench Table Set by Cabela's

    One of the best things about the outdoors is camping. I grew up camping and so I'm always on the lookout for the latest and greatest camping products to make the experience easier and more enjoyable.

    May. 01, 2006
  • Using CO2 For Your Locker

    By a huge margin, the number one question I get asked when people see my Jeep for the first time is: ?what is that tank in the back?? The tank is, of course a compressed liquid CO2 tank. But it can be used for so much more than just filling your tires. Re

    May. 01, 2006
  • Reviewer's Notebook: PIAA Lighting System (Part I)

    Too often, sunset requires this depressing decision. Daylight fades and we're forced to retreat as trail obstacles get uglier in the worsening light, especially during the winter months.

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Bushwhacker Fender Flares for your Isuzu

    Bushwacker Fender Flares work as good as they look, deflecting most of the mud, snow, gravel and rain that is kicked up by larger tires. They also keep wider tire and wheel combinations legally covered, and keep winter season salt spray to a minimum.

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Reviewer's Notebook: C&C Fuel Injector Service

    Both my trucks have high mileage inline four cylinder motors, one with 130K and the other with 175K. With the diluted juice that California currently sells as gas, and these advanced miles, I was concerned that my fuel injectors might need work.

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Bionic Chevy Luv

    I met the owner of this rig when I was photographing Sierra Trek for Off-Road.Com, he was idling over the trail without slipping a tire of his bright blue Luv.

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Drying Your Soaked Manual Transmission

    During a brief early summer swim in Mud Lake just East of the Little Sluice on the Rubicon Trail, I topped off my standard 10W-30 tranny fluid with lake water.

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Reviewer's Notebook: Pull-Pal Anchor Model RW9000

    As a rock climber, I understand the importance of good anchors. If you climb a route, you can top-rope with a solid anchor point at the cliff's top, lead-climb and find suitable anchor points as you climb, or free solo and be so confident that you do not

    Nov. 01, 2005