Throughout our years on the road (since 2003,
read about it here) the below-mentioned companies have helped us, with car parts, electronics, gadgets, camping equipment, clothes, and technical knowledge. In return we have tested their equipment and shared our experiences on our website and social media. Car Parts & Electronics
The way to survive the Amazonian heat: with
Hella Turbo fans.
Hella Supertones help us get noticed when needed.
Hella Flexi Spot provide inside and outdoor lighting.
We don’t like to drive at night, but in case we have to,
Hella prepared us.
Maxtrax provided us with “the easy way out”.
Victron is making sure our batteries are kept topped up!
Reversing in the dark is no problem with a
Hella rear work-light.
We got an RPM meter for our old diesel from
Instant Trust Marinemakes sure we drink pure and clean water provided by their UV lighting technique. Clothes, Camping Tools & Gear, Guidebooks & Maps
Over the years
Sack Wear has supplied us with cool Land Cruising shirts.
Eezy Awn sent replacement fabric and waterproofing.
Arguably the best camping chairs on the planet were donated by
More Cruiser shirts by
Sackwear, we love them.
Karin-Marijke can’t live without her sunglasses and
Revo got her the perfect ones. Tools, Repairs & Maintenance
Thank you Toyokelly in San Fernando de Apure, Venezuela for fixing the Land Cruiser.
A tire-fixing shop in Skeldon, Guyana didn’t want us to pay for his work.
Ernesto is a great place to work on your car in La Paz, Bolivia [
read more]. He is not the cheapest workshop but his advice has been invaluable.
Metalwork in Barquisimeto, Venezuela gifted us a complete new exhaust system and worked 5 days on our stainless steel watertank!
Elmer, for helping we fix the Land Cruiser in Boa Vista, Brazil.
The best exhaust shop we have visited to date.
Navega in São Paulo fixed the Land Cruiser for a special deal.
Luis and his team of
Platinado in Manaus worked on the Land Cruiser for about a week and upgraded our shovel, all for free.
Suriname Motors helped me out a couple of times and let me work on my own for free.
Iguana 4×4 Bogota, Colombia for helping us fix some issues with the Land Cruiser.
Elmer Jeep in Boa Vista helped me fix the air-intake, change fluids and didn’t charge me a dime.
Martin, a true 40 series fan has been very helpful in Suriname for us.
NedSur Shipping helped out by providing a perfect place to rebuild the inside of the Land Cruiser.
Pedro let us work in his workshop in Quito for a month and didn’t want a penny. [
Thank you Mauro and Mauricio for your hospitality and help on the Land Cruiser.
Thank you Henk @
TwinService for making us that stainless steel tube for the air-intake.
In 2016 Harold of
Suriname Motors made sure all the fluids of the Land Cruiser were up to date.
Akihiro Nakashima from
Friendee Auto has been a tremendous help. We lost count on how many new parts have gone into the Land Cruiser.
To us, quality is key and most, if not all, of these products are still part of our equipment. Are you interested in joining us on this adventure and do you have quality equipment or a service you’d like to share with us?
You can get in touch with us here. We look forward to hearing from you.