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Coolant Tank, Toy Stuff, & ?Cantina for the ?Con?

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Date Added: 08/08/2010

Canton Racing Products jumps into Jeep, All-Pro Off-Road.com brings stuff for the Taco's, and ?Cantina for the ?Con? will be serving to save the Rubicon.


Canton Racing Products, who has been long known for quality parts in the high performance and racing world, has recently expanded their line of fabricated tanks to include coolant recovery tanks for Jeep applications.

These fabricated aluminum coolant recovery / fill tanks are built to handle the toughest off road applications. They are constructed from .100 aluminum and tig welded for maximum strength. They feature a vented fill cap and easily install in the stock location to offer increased strength and aesthetics over the factory tank.

Available For 81-'86 Jeep CJ's and '87-'95 Jeep Wranglers (YJ) and for 97-'06 Jeep Wranglers (TJ).


Rubicon Trail Fund Raiser to Keep this Icon Open, Alive and Well

Just wanted to drop you a all a line and let you know that the famous ?Cantina for the ?Con? is less than a month away and it is looking like it?s going to be another great year for helping to save the Rubicon Trail. Be sure to get your tickets and support the cause no matter where you live.

The event is Labor Day Weekend in the spillway of the Rubicon Trail, Sept. 4 and 5, 2010. This is our awesome ?taco feed? to support the work of Friends of the Rubicon and the Rubicon Trail Foundation.

The raffle list is growing every single day, We have prizes from BFG, PitBull Tire, Ruff Stuff specialties, Marlin Crawler, Inchworm, Rock Equipment Racing, Trail Gear and many many more..

If you?re interested in buying tickets in advance, please email cantinadonations@gmail.com. Remember there is no need to be present to win.

if you want to volunteer, send me a message via Facebook http://www.facebook.com/?sk=messages&tid=1176820597524#!/event.php?eid=103371316365776&ref=ts

We hope to see you there..

Steve Piazza
Cantina for the Con Chair
Dysfunctional Rockcrawler

Baja Taco Front Bumper Combines Aggressive Looks with Multi-Purpose Performance!

AUGUST 4, 2010 ? HEMET, CA ? When All-Pro Off Road?s Jon Bundrant built their latest project vehicle, he was shooting for a rig that would be as comfortable at high speeds through the desert as it would at a more leisurely pace exploring the mountains and back country. The Baja Taco was the result, and several products from this R&D platform have made it into All-Pro?s product line.

?The Baja Taco Front Bumper is based off of our earlier model pre-runner style tubular bumper for first-generation Toyota Tacomas,? says Bundrant, ?But several additions make it even more suited to the multi-purpose intent of the Baja Taco, as well as giving it a pretty mean look!?

Aggressively styled tubular headlight hoops act as brush guards to protect the Tacoma?s front corners when chasing through the heavy brush. Additional steel side plates provide similar protection from hazards closer to the ground. The Baja Taco Front Bumper will be available complete, or with the additional components shipped separately for user installation, to keep the shipping costs low. In addition, the Baja Taco-specific components will be available separately for customers with existing All-Pro pre-runner bumpers to retrofit them and upgrade to the Baja Taco design without buying a whole new bumper.

All-Pro Long Travel Is Built For Speed!

AUGUST 4, 2010 ? HEMET, CA ? All-Pro Off Road?s Long Travel Front Suspension Systems for Toyota FJ Cruiser and second generation Tacoma are the ultimate in IFS strength and performance for desert and pre-running duties. A complete kit, manufactured in the USA of the highest quality components, the All-Pro Long Travel system provides greatly improved travel, a wider stance, better front end and steering geometry, and of course unmatched quality.

Precision engineered upper and lower A-Arms are fabricated entirely of 4130 Chromoly throughout the tubing and plate steel assemblies. The massive lower uniball mounts are constructed of CNC laser-cut and precision formed 1/2? thick chromoly plate. Beefy race quality uniballs are used in the upper and lower A-arms for strong, smooth operation.

These arms provide 2? of additional track width per side and provide up to 12? of vertical wheel travel. All-Pro offers them in kit form, with or without Fox or Walker Evans coilover shocks. Also inclued in the kit are heavy duty steering links, weld-on spindle gussets, extended braided stainless steel brake lines, CV joint boots and hardware. For those wishing to retain the use of their existing (non long-travel) aftermarket adjustable coilovers, All-Pro offers an inexpensive coilover spacer kit.

?This kit has been in the All-Pro arsenal for a while now, says All-Pro owner Jon Bundrant, ?but we continue to improve and refine the components in the kit. We run these on many of our own trucks, which get regular, rigorous testing everywhere from the desert washes to the Hammers. Our Long Travel System is the culmination of all that experience, abuse and product development.?

ABOUT ALL-PRO OFF-ROAD: All-Pro Off-Road, based in Hemet, California, specializes in designing, manufacturing and marketing off-road performance upgrades for Toyota and other four wheel drive vehicles. All-Pro innovations have been at the forefront of Toyota rock crawling technology, and have been a major reason for the phenomenal popularity of Toyota vehicles among off-roading and rock crawling enthusiasts. To learn more about All-Pro Off-Road visit www.allprooffroad.com .

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