off roading

  1. Cool Jeeps and Sights of Jeep Beach 2018

    The sun was out, a great breeze blowing, and Jeepers were everywhere having fun at Jeep Beach 2018 in Daytona Beach. We decided to go check out the activities and see what kind of cool Jeeps, old and new, were running around. While it might not be the rock crawling and trail riding you see out west, it was still a lot of people having fun with their Jeeps southern style for a good time. Here are some pics of what we saw.





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  2. Cool Jeep Concepts of Easter Jeep Safari 2018

    The Jeep Wrangler is one of the longest produced vehicles in America when you consider its basic design and heritage go all the way back to just before World War II started. From the Willys Jeeps that supported the military, through the civilian CJ series and into the modern era when the Wrangler name replaced CJ.


    Every year in Moab, Utah, off-road and especially Jeep enthusiasts gather to enjoy a week filled with the kind of use the Jeep was designed for, off-roading and trail driving. The event, Easter Jeep Safari (EJS), allows Jeepers the chance to enjoy some of the toughest and most scenic off-road trails in America, surrounded by fellow enthusiasts sharing a passion for America’s iconic off-road vehicle.


    Part of the fun is seeing what kind of Wrangler-based concepts Jeep brings to show off at EJS every year. And these concepts don’t just sit in a lot for people to ogle. They’re actually taken off-road rand demonstrated on the Moab

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  3. Time to Update Your Racing, Cruising or Off-Road Spare Parts Kit

    As the cold weather begins to subside throughout most of the country, it heralds the start of a new season of cruising, racing, off-roading and general automotive fun.

    It also means going through your track, cruise, off-road or whatever kit-of-things you carry along for in case things go awry. In addition to the usual fare of tools and duct tape, consider adding these items from Heatshield Products, which can be real lifesavers.


    HP Racer’s Tape


    Around our office, we nicknamed HP Racer’s Tape™ MacGyve

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  4. Scenes from Easter Jeep Safari 2017

    We're not just about bringing you the best thermal barrier products and how to use them here on the Heatshield Blog. We like to get out of the office and have some fun too, while seeing our products get some real world, rugged use! On the off-road scene, there are lots of areas where Heatshield Products can make your trail ride more enjoyable and trouble free. We'll be showing that in a future blog on a 1946 Willys Jeep (AKA a "flat fender" Jeep) that we took out to Moab, Utah, for the 2017 Easter Jeep Safari event. In the meantime, here are some pics from our sojurn to the painted desert and all its beauty. The weather was fantastic, the trails perfect, and it was a great chance to see where Heatshield Products and thermal barriers can make a difference in this environment. With trail riding and rock crawling, it's not about how fast you a lot of the time, but using the right amount of speed, patience, throttle control, and not losing it when your vehicle is working its hardest.

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  5. Fun in the Moab Sun at EJS 2016

    Hard to believe it’s been three weeks already since we were exploring the trails and enjoying the breathtaking beauty of Moab for EJS2016. Had the usual good time hanging out with friends, fellow enthusiasts, customers, and seeing the variety of Jeeps and other off-road vehicles in town for the event. And we got to see our thermal barrier products being put to the test on the trail in some pretty trying conditions.

    So, we decided to give our followers a chance to show us their off-road rigs, and tell us where Heatshield Products has helped out in keeping things cool while exploring off the civilized lanes of poured asphalt and concrete in areas where a lack of cell reception gives a much needed break from the everyday world, and a chance to just enjoy the beauty of nature.

    Let us know what it was like t

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