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  1. #31
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    Default Latest update from Extreme Terrain

    In ExtremeTerrain's latest episode of 'Throttle Out', Ryan Huck shows you the first 5 parts you should consider for your new JL Wrangler. Using a JLU Rubicon as his example, Ryan supports his selection by discussing the pros and cons of each product as well as why he decided on 35" tires over 37's. Bigger isn't always better!

    View this episode here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throt...t-aug2018.html

    With more and more aftermarket parts for the JL Wrangler becoming available, we thought you and your visitors at exploringnh.com would enjoy this episode. I've included a MEDIA KIT with official press release and high-resolution imagery so let me know if this is something you would consider covering on exploringnh.com.
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    Default Tacoma parts now on Extreme Terrain

    BIG NEWS: Toyota Tacoma parts are now available at ExtremeTerrain!

    With the arrival of 2005+ Tacoma parts to ExtremeTerrain’s store comes our first-ever Tacoma Parts Giveaway!
    The “Transform Your Tacoma Giveaway” will award one finalist with a $5,000 parts package of their choice from ExtremeTerrain.com. Participants are encouraged to enter daily, for the most chances to win, before the official deadline 11/30/2018.

    Enter here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/tacom...-giveaway.html

    Since many of your viewers and faithful fans have Tacomas in their household, would you consider sharing this news with the masses at exploringnh.com? I have included a MEDIA KIT with official press release and creative imagery to streamline this request but if you need anything additionally, do not hesitate to ask!

    Keep truckin',
    Paul (FSHJNKY)

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    Being able to tell the difference between a JK and JL Wrangler is a feat, none-the-less being able to tell the differences between trim levels. Because of this, ExtremeTerrain put together this nifty video with Sport S, Sahara and Rubicon trimmed JL’s side-by-side, for an in-depth comparison and explanation.

    View September’s Throttle Out episode here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throt...-sept2018.html
    Paul (FSHJNKY)

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    You asked for it and we listened! This month’s Throttle Out from ExtremeTerrain (XT) features the top 7 Jeep off-roading recovery techniques you need to know.

    In this episode, XT host Ryan Huck visits Rausch Creek Off-road Park in Pine Grove, PA to demonstrate some recovery gear and methods—Super useful when you find yourself in a sticky situation!

    You can watch it here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throttle-out-oct2018.html

    Since we thought your fans would enjoy this type of content, I have created MEDIA KIT with official press release and images. Are you able to publish something for XT’s October Throttle Out on exploringnh.com this month?
    Paul (FSHJNKY)

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    ExtremeTerrain’s (XT) Clean Trails Initiative Program has been committed to providing funding to 4x4 Clubs and Organizations for off-road trail improvements since 2015. XT’s Clean Trails Initiative was founded, not just to fund cleanups, restorations and trail expansions, but, also, to combat the negative stigma sometimes associated with the motorized recreational off-road community.

    We wanted to provide you with an update on the program, as we have recently expanded the eligibility requirements to allow more clubs, specifically off-road parks and environmental organizations, the opportunity to apply for XT’s Clean Trails Initiative grants. Additionally, we have recently approved 14 more grants for the summer and fall of 2018 for a grand total of 43 grants and $12,650 in funding for trail improvements across the country.

    You can find out more about the program uses, eligibility, requirements, and participants here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/clean...e-program.html

    Can you help us spread the word on exploringnh.com so we can fund more trail improvements projects in 2019? I have included a MEDIA KITwith official press release as well as creative materials to aid in this request. Please let me know if you need anything additionally to make a Clean Trails announcement on exploringnh.com a possibility.

    Keep wheelin’,
    Paul (FSHJNKY)

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