Just two guys talking about Jeeps and the Jeeping lifestyle in the Tampa Bay Area. It's a grass roots Bi weekly podcast. New shows on the 1st and 15th of the month. And special shows when topics allow. Thanks for giving us a listen and welcome to the trail.
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Thanks for everyone who reached out to make sure we were okay with the storm. Kevin Recaps his wheeling trip to Jasper Jeep Fest. Scott worked..... Enjoy the Show folks!
Scott chats with Rick and Kevin from Baxter Performance. They offer a spin on adapter to the cartrage style oil filter. Scott uses their product on his 2020 Gladiator. Check it out here. https://www.baxterperformanceusa.com/spin-on-oil-filter-adapte... more
This is the show before the Baxter interview. We chat about Car haluer rebuilding, Diff damage and Kevins new project to rebuild the leather on his steering wheel.
I truly enjoy the nice blend of technical, cultural, and light hearted humor packed in every episode. This is a must listen to podcast for every person who loves Jeeps or just off-roading.
great jeep content and entertaining
Kevin and Scott are great hosts who cover all things jeep. Kevin and Scott balance each other out with the right amount of humor and engineer talk. The cover all models of jeep from gpws to JT Gladiators. Thanks for an awesome podcast, I look forward to each episode.
I truly enjoy the nice blend of technical, cultural, and light hearted humor packed in every episode. This is a must listen to podcast for every personwho loves Jeeps or off-roading.
I've been listening for a couple of months now and have currently finished the first 100 episodes. I have learned an absolute wealth of information and fundamental knowledge about Jeeping and four wheeling in general. Kevin and Scott are a couple of entertaining guys and I never thought I could enjoy heavy Tech talk in some of Kevin's garage segments but he somehow makes learning fun. If only I had teachers like him in school! Don't let my comment on tech stuff scare you off because Scott keeps ... more
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On the trail launched 7 years ago and published 200 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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