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KCI EZYWRENCH Price: from $99 Where: www.kcim­

The KCI EzyWrench is de­signed to loosen (or tighten) the most stub­born or over-tight­ened wheel nut in sec­onds, us­ing a cen­trifu­gal clutch mech­a­nism and op­er­at­ing from a 12V cig­a­rette lighter con­nec­tion or di­rect from a 12V bat­tery. The man­u­fac­turer says it pro­duces a max­i­mum torque of 340Nm.

FER­RARI BEEBOP BABY BUGGY. Price: from $526.68 plus de­liv­ery Where:­

If you want to start your child in the right frame of mind — at least in terms of ap­pre­ci­at­ing per­for­mance ma­chin­ery — then a pram from Fer­rari is a good start. The Ital­ian mar­que says it is user-friendly, com­fort­able and hor­i­zon­tally fold­able. It is nearly 3kg, 44cm wide, 69cm deep and 56cm tall.

LOW-PRES­SURE AIR GAUGE Price: from $48. Visit:

De­signed for off-road use, this gauge in­cor­po­rates a lower scale for im­proved ac­cu­racy at lower pres­sures.


Price: medium from $341; large from $399.30

Where: www.bushranger. and ARB

There’s now a com­mer­cial so­lu­tion to dust and wa­ter get­ting in your gear while its on the roof rack. The Bushranger BushPak, avail­able in three sizes, has large over­lap­ping vel­crofixed flaps to pro­tect the zips against the el­e­ments. There’s also a re­pair kit and carry bag.

TRAX 1984 FORD XF FAL­CON UTIL­ITY Price: from $42.95 Where:

The XF Fal­con was the fi­nal re­fine­ment of the XD/XE body style and con­tin­ued Fal­con’s po­si­tion at the top of the new-car sales chart for most of the mid to late1980s. Ford boasted the XF ute was ‘‘tough when it’s time to work. And smart when it’s time to re­lax’’. The ute was more com­fort­able and bet­ter ap­pointed than pre­vi­ous mod­els, of­fer­ing many of the fea­tures found in the XF Fal­con sedans and wag­ons, such as AM/FM stereo ra­dio and de­flectable ex­te­rior mir­rors. Trax has recre­ated the GL model, which of­fered bucket seats, cas­sette player and a 4.1 litre, six­cylin­der en­gine.

POWER TANK MAXI-4000 Price: from $600

Keep­ing your ap­pli­ances pow­ered up can be tricky when you’re back of Bourke, so some­thing such as a Power Tank can make life much more tol­er­a­ble. Bushranger Power Tanks come in a va­ri­ety of sizes and have op­tional ex­tras such as a flu­oro light or a 600-watt inverter. The Maxi-4000 Power Tank weighs 16.5kg, but what it loses in porta­bil­ity, it makes up for in power, says Bushranger. The rated ca­pac­ity is 40ah, with a max­i­mum dis­charge cur­rent of 400 amp (5 sec) 2000 amp (peak). It has re­verse po­lar­ity, high-volt­age, short-cir­cuit and an­ti­spike pro­tec­tion.

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