Recreation Advocate

The OutdoorWire family websites feature news and information affecting outdoor recreation opportunities and access to public lands. 

Advocating access to public lands carries a responsibility to be part of the solution for managing the public lands.  As a strong proponent for participation to make a difference, I am a full time advocate for recreation and the Managing Editor of the OutdoorWire family websites. 

4x4Wire.com is dedicated to the four wheel drive recreation...

Advocating access to public lands carries a responsibility to be part of the solution for managing the public lands.  As a strong proponent for participation to make a difference, I am a full time advocate for recreation and the Managing Editor of the OutdoorWire family websites. 

4x4Wire.com is dedicated to the four wheel drive recreation featuring technical articles and information to promote, protect, and provide outdoor recreation opportunities.  4x4Voice.com focuses on California issues. MUIRNet.net is focused on environmental, administrative and legislative news and information. OutdoorWire.com is Access and Landuse Central with an overall index to the contents of the family of websites. 

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John Stewart

Axial $5,000 Wrangler and Tacoma Parts Giveaway

Win a $5k Shopping Spree on ExtremeTerrain.com | Sponsored by Axial

PAOLI, Pa. (Oct 9, 2019) – Attention Wrangler and Tacoma owners: here is your chance to win a $5,000 parts spree on ExtremeTerrain.com (XT). Sponsored by Axial, manufacturer of off-road LED lighting, the Axial $5,000 giveaway will award one finalist with $5K to spend on XT’s site. Even though Axial is exclusive to XT and known for LED lighting, the winner can select products from any category on XT’s site including: Tacoma Grills, Jeep Wheels, and Jeep Seat Covers.

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Silverado Headlight and Upgrade Options Technical Guide

How to Improve 2nd Generation Silverado Illumination – AmericanTrucks’ Tech Guides

PAOLI, Pa. (October 8th, 2019) – When it comes to truck lighting, the 2nd generation (2007-2015) Chevrolet Silverado gets the short end of the stick in terms of truck headlights. Owners of 2007-2015 Silverados do not have to suffer from lackluster lighting output due to inferior halogen bulbs. Advancements in lighting technology continue to provide alternatives to remedy dim Silverado headlights, such as LED’s, HID’s, and improved headlight housings.

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How to Choose the Right Wrangler Lift Kit

Choosing the Right Lift Kit and Supporting Mods – ExtremeTerrain’s Technical Guides


PAOLI, Pa. (Oct 1, 2019) – When it comes to lifting a Jeep Wrangler, there are several factors to consider before selecting the perfect lift kit. Aspects such as use, budget, and tire size are important to keep in mind when “jacking up” a Jeep. With a variety of options and ways to elevate Jeeps, from budget spacer lifts to complete Wrangler suspension kits, the volume of aftermarket support can become inundating.

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Jeep Wrangler Fluid Capacities

ExtremeTerrain’s Tech Guides: YJ, TJ, JK & JL Wrangler Fluid Capacities

PAOLI, Pa. (September 19th, 2019) – Motor oil, coolant, brake, transmission, power steering, and differential fluids are the lifeblood of automobiles everywhere. Supporting the mechanical functions necessary for acceleration and braking, these vital liquids lubricate, isolate, and thermally protect a vehicle’s mechanical components. Knowing what type, as well as the quantity, when replenishing or replacing fluids can save a lot of headache as well as prolong the life of your Jeep Wrangler’s engine.

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Nonresident OHV decal required in Arizona

New decal required for nonresidents to ride in AZ, purchased only through AZGFD

PHOENIX — Out-of-state residents wishing to legally ride their off-highway vehicle and support OHV trail maintenance, education and law enforcement efforts in Arizona can purchase a nonresident OHV decal beginning Sunday, Sept. 1.

The new decal was supported and pushed by the OHV riding community during the 2019 legislative session and was signed into law by Gov. Doug Ducey. The law requires nonresident OHV owners to purchase a decal to operate the machines within the state. 

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