The Ranch Hand Bumper manufacturing process.
Sunday, May 20, 2018
Nissan Armada ‘Mountain Patrol’ social media-built project vehicle debuts at Overland Expo WEST this weekend
Nissan lays down big tire tracks at Overland Expo WEST
with the debut of a special overlanding-equipped project vehicle
- Nissan truck enthusiasts help guide modifications and equipment specs in creating the Armada Mountain Patrol1 – the ultimate overlanding family adventure full-size SUV
- Using the rugged and capable stock Nissan Armada as a canvas, the Mountain Patrol project vehicle reflects social media users' preferences for body-wrap design, tire specs, roof-mounted tent1 and more
- Modifications include suspension and exhaust systems, vehicle protection, lighting, storage and auxiliary "recovery" systems
- Armada Mountain Patrol marks second consecutive Nissan overlanding project vehicle debut at Overland Expo WEST, the world's premier overlanding event
- Learn more at: http://nissannews.com/en-US/nissan/usa/releases/nissan-armada-mountain-patrol-social-media-built-project-vehicle-debuts-at-overland-expo-west-this-weekend
Friday, May 18, 2018
Most readers of Government Fleet are seasoned professionals pursuing careers either in public fleet management or in corporate roles in support of public sector fleets. For a moment, however, put aside your current career history and aspirations and try to remember when you were a younger person, weighing career options and considering just what path to take.
The public fleet industry is on the threshold of a truly cosmic shift, and it’s quite possible that young people today are looking at our industry and questioning those options. We should, as those young people may be doing, consider what this shift will mean when it occurs.
The shift will be toward a predominance of electromotive powertrain technology and away from the internal combustion engine (ICE). Is it true that the demise of the ICE is greatly overstated, or, should we, like those young people still contemplating their career paths, be reading the tea leaves and presume they portend a very different future for us?
LEARN MORE AT: http://www.greenfleetmagazine.com/channel/electric/article/story/2018/03/electric-powertrains-are-the-future-will-fleets-be-ready.aspx
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Monday, May 14, 2018
WM light series PN# 9ALN001/PREF/FIXED is 31" wide and 79" long with a 880lb loading capacity. The video shows this ramp installed in the rear of a Nissan NV200. This particular ramp features 3/4 inch holes machined out for increased traction while allowing for dirt and snow to fall through. This product is available throughout North America, please contact us to locate your nearest distributor or for more information. Many more models are available for all sizes and models of vans. www.nationalfleetproducts.com 763-762-3451
Saturday, May 12, 2018
Say goodbye to the aggravation of a normal truck bed. With CargoGlide, you can stop crawling in the back of your truck or van every time you need to reach your gear. So, stop scuffing your knees and hurting your back! Install a CargoGlide in your truck or van and get your gear and materials out where you need them! Loading and unloading your tools, toys or any other materials is considerably faster, safer and easier when you have a CargoGlide.
Thursday, May 10, 2018
Nissan's Titan pickup truck is the new kid at school — picked on, not given any respect, overlooked when it comes time to choose teams for sports. But that's OK; Nissan seems to relish being the underdog of the pickup class as it gives the automaker freedom to do things a little out of the box. The latest version of the Mississippi-built Titan has been out for a couple of years now, and Titans are still a rare sight in most parts of the country. But that doesn't bother the Nissan crew; they're soldiering along with a truck that they're eager to prove is as capable as domestic-brand pickups.
With that in mind, I found myself in the parking lot of the Hilton at McGhee Tyson Airport staring at a 2018 Titan half-ton and Titan XD pickups as journalists converged upon Knoxville, Tenn., for the first part of Nissan's Great Titan Meat Up. The Meat Up was the latest in a series of special events designed to showcase the Titan in the wild. Meat Up weekend kicked off with a day off-roading in the Smoky Mountains followed by a smoked meat cooking competition in Pigeon Forge.
A Mix of Off-Road Titans
The off-road event took us into the hills of Windrock Park, one of the largest off-road parks in the country encompassing more than 72,000 acres laced with more than 300 miles of off-highway trails that accommodate everything from side-by-sides to dirt bikes to full-size 4x4 trucks like the Titans. Our fleet was a mix of Titan half tons with the 390-horsepower, 5.6-liter Endurance V-8 and Titan XDs — Nissan's 'tweener pickup that's not quite a half ton, not quite a heavy duty — powered by a 310-hp, turbo-diesel 5.0-liter Cummins V-8. All trucks were the Pro-4X off-road trim, with higher ride heights, all-terrain tires, Bilstein shocks, an electronic locking rear differential and some additional underbody skid-plate protection that came in handy on the trails.
Posted by Aaron Bragman | May 2, 2018
Learn more at: http://news.pickuptrucks.com/2018/05/truckin-tennessee-trails-in-a-nissan-titan-xd.html