The first thing which strikes your mind is what kind of 4WD do you want? And on top of that what kind of modifications should be done to your 4WD?
What most people do when it comes to purchasing their 4WD is get the vehicle first and the accessories next but we are here to tell you that it can be done otherwise. How? Allow us to explain.
A lot of people might beg to differ but just hear us out. There are tons and tons of people who purchase their 4WD and spend hundreds and thousands of dollars to get the modifications done to their vehicle only to sell it later on because it didn’t fulfil the needs that they wanted.
Well if you do a lot of off-roading we are pretty sure that you would’ve come across some vehicles which makes absolutely no sense, this is mainly because of the awful accessories which they paired along with their vehicle.
This is a dilemma which can be undone by just a little bit of smart thinking. First of all understand how long you will be using your 4WD. Are you planning on using the 4WD for short beach drives or epic cross-country adventures? Will you be towing a camper, caravan or boat? Plus, what sort of essential equipment and safety accessories will you need to get you through each trip you take? Sort this out before doing your purchase.
Well, that’s simple; not all accessories are compatible with every type of vehicle. The Hamer bars that you buy may not be compatible with the 4WD you are planning to purchase. The quality of the accessories also play a vital role as we have seen people who are so in love with some of the accessories that they alter the 4WD they were about to buy. Take for instance our Hamer bars and Hamer bullbars are loved by tons of people that they change their 4WD as per the accessories.
If you buy your vehicle and then realise the hamer bull bar you need can’t be installed on your new 4WD, or that there’s not enough boot space to store all of your equipment, what happens then?
You might end up having to spend even more money on extra modifications, which could be a real pain or could find yourself stuck with a vehicle that doesn’t do what you need it to do.
When it comes to four wheel drives, vehicles and accessories come hand-in-hand. Unless you’re buying a vehicle that has been modified to your exact modifications already (something that’s extremely unlikely) chances are you’ll be doing some form of modifications to your vehicle.
So it’s better for you to sort out what kind of vehicle with the exact mods you would require as they can make or break on how you use your 4WD
For more info about different accessories for your 4WD visit our Hamer 4x4 website which provides the best services and assistance when it comes to off road vehicles in Australia.