Best Pick a Pic Contest! – on Twitter

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Win 2 AWESOME T-Shirts 1 each for You and a Friend!



Win 2 awesome black cotton T-shirts, 1 for you and 1 for your friend with your tweeted images artistically rendered and heat sealed into the shirts.

The shirts and image designs materials have been personally tested and worn getting groceries, at the mall, off road as well as while wrenching under my Jeeps. The image material has a really nice feel to them and will withstand numerous washes.

Terms and Conditions

Do this to qualify…

  1. Take a picture of your YOUR 4X4, Jeep, Land Rover, Land Cruiser, Truck, Buggy or? This would be the one you want on the T-shirt.
  2. Add a Tweet including the image of YOUR 4X4, Jeep, Land Rover, Land Cruiser, Truck, Buggy or pedal car as long as it is 4 wheel drive. No Cat pictures unless the cat is driving and her name is Doug 😉 .
  3. Include at least the hashtags #4x4RocketPick #4x4Rocket
  4. Submissions must be Tweeted prior to Friday June 9th, 2017, midnight EST. There will be 1 winner only. The Winner will be notified by Twitter message and announced by Tweet on Saturday, June 10, 2017.
  5. The picture MUST be your own picture or you have express permission from the owner or photographer of the picture.
  6. You may Tweet up to 2 entries with different pictures. Each image only once, no duplicates.

Don’t do these…

You will be disqualified from the pic if you submit more than 5 images.

You will be disqualified from the contest if you create more than 1 account in order to enter a contest more than twice, plus you are likely to get all your accounts suspended by Twitter. Anyone found to use multiple accounts to enter will be ineligible.

You will be disqualified from the contest if you duplicate, or near duplicate, updates or links which is a violation of the Twitter Rules and jeopardizes search quality. Please don’t duplicate updates or do multiple retweets… just do it once.

You can write as many new tweets mentioning the contest plus our hash tags  #4x4RocketPick #4x4Rocket.
Multiple Tweets in a single day will not be accepted, you could be automatically filtered out of Twitter search.

Stuff you need to know… is a directory website owned and operated by Mona Not consulting. The terms Mona Not, or 4X4Rocket maybe used. These terms are interchangeable for the purposes of this draw contest.

Prize(s) must be accepted as awarded unless we change it at our discretion. 4x4Rocket , reserves the right to change the image to fit our artistic interpretation and to suit the medium.

Shipping is at our discretion unless special arrangements are made. We will ship the awarded prize to the winner in Canada and continental USA free. Off continent and other global destinations may incur shipping charges and might have to be paid by the winner. We would normally ship by regular post.

Images submitted for the contest pick must be the property of the contestant and the contestant must have the legal rights and copyright to permit the image to be reproduced and posted on the website, Facebook page and Twitter for the public to view. The contestant understands that the image submitted by way of a Tweet must also comply with Facebook and Twitters’ terms and conditions as well. The images will be posted on Facebook as well.

Images produced for the contestant by Mona Not consulting remain the property and copyright of Mona Not consulting and may not be reproduced without explicit permission from Mona Not consulting. You may Tweet, post on Facebook and use on your own website as long as the hash tag #4X4Rocket is included on the same page.


June 2, 2017 |

Is Your Frame or Chassis SWISS CHEESE?

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Frame look like swiss cheese?
Does your frame resemble something like swiss cheese? Not sure what to do about it?
Jeep Frame
Well, if you are like many enthusiasts, you have made some hefty investments either monetarily or time spent on your ride. Trading it in, dumping it or sending it to the bone yard just doesn’t sit right.
You are in luck! There are a number of options available for the more popular vehicles like Land Rovers, Broncos and Jeeps…

Full Frame or Chassis replacement

This seems to be a popular solution for Land Rovers II, III and Defender models. Chassis manufacturers even go 1 step further and offer them galvanized to prevent the new chassis from rusting again. The cost runs approximately £ 1250.00 for a new Land Rover series II Chassis to around £ 3490.00 for a 2B Forward control from Richards Chassis in the UK. If you live elsewhere like the USA, these might be had for between $2795.00 Usd to $4995.00 Usd depending on the model and options from Atlantic British.

Jeep frames are oddly not as prevalent as you might think they would be. There seem to be only a couple of folks making replacement frames for Jeeps whereas at one time there were 3 or 4 aftermarket manufacturers. Matkins and Advanced Frame Works to name a couple. The only one that’s around now appears to be Throttle Down Kustoms (TDK). The pricing for these appear to be in the range of $1895 Usd for a CJ7 frame to $3800 Usd for a TJ frame. TDK also manufactures Bronco frames as well as aftermarket truck bumpers. I think it would be hard for a startup to compete with TDK due to the reasonable cost and their dedication to quality… these frames are truly works of art that put the factory frames to shame!

Replacing the frame with an aftermarket OEM style or totally custom may be the way to go whether you do it yourself or have a shop do it. In the end you end up with a good solid platform to build from if you intend on keeping your truck for the long term.

Frame Sections or Caps

Frame repair cap image
A great option to deal with the frame rot. Repairing your frame in sections can save time as well as the wallet. This really works if you want to extend the life of your vehicle, but don’t plan on keeping it for the long haul. In recent years, we are seeing the rear section of the Jeep TJ frame just in front of the rear wheel rotting out and in some cases the control arm bracket breaking off. Don’t worry, Safe-T-Cap to the rescue! These folks make a number of solutions to get you going quickly and make your Jeep safe again. As well as Jeeps, they make frame sections for many other vehicles too. In a way, it might be worth looking at what they have if you are considering buying a used vehicle… might give you a clue as to what to look for in the rot department.

Frame Fabrication or Repair

There appears to be a new trend as folks repair, build and customize their own frames. The internet has created a mass of self published builds and how-to videos by enthusiasts and gearheads. Enthusiasts are going out and buying welders, tube benders, brakes, english wheels, plasma cutters and other metal working equipment. Thanks to the influx of cheap tool pricing from China and Asia, there has been huge pressure on American and European brands to offer low end imported alternatives to compete in this growing market.

Whether you replace, repair or fabricate, there are options available depending on your budget, skill and comfort level. Of course, you could always go out and buy a new vehicle, but… where’s the fun in that?


This article was written by Peter Scott, over 40 years in the automotive and heavy truck industry, past marketing director for National 4WD Centres, Off Road Addiction and CEO of Mona Not Consulting. Views presented in this article are based on personal opinion and experience.
January 12, 2017 |

Paul’s 4×4 – Blog


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