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    Communication is K E Y

    Communication is K E Y

    Communication is K E Y

    A CB Antenna mount is a MUST HAVE safety modification. If you’re trail riding in a remote location with limited service, a CB Radio could make all the difference in an unforeseen situation.

    CB or Citizens Band radios are a method of wireless communication most known for their use by long-haul truckers. The CB radio is great for long distance communication; Whether you’re stuck out on the trails and need a winch, or you’re traveling with a pack of friends across the country.

    What kind of situations would a CB Radio be used?

    When someone gets separated from the group, has an accident, and needs help getting their vehicle pulled out of a tight spot, a CB Radio will help you keep in contact and reassure you help is on the way! Or maybe you also simply want to alert a driver on a shared trail that you are coming their way. These are some of the times when a CB is your most reliable means of communication.

    You wanted simple mounting solutions for your antennas, and we responded with a big 10-4! With the Rago Fabrication Antenna Mount, you get the best of both worlds with our sleek yet rugged stainless-steel design. Designed to fit your vehicle flush to create a non-intrusive mount for your antenna that you will be proud to show off.

    Who Is BustABeatGeorge?

    Who Is BustABeatGeorge?

    Who is @BustABeatGeorge?

    Bustabeatgeorge, or Jorge Fernandez is a Nature Enthusiast/Content Creator in the off-roading community. With over 10.4K in YouTube subscribers, Jorge is trailing his way to the top. Between reviewing products and creating content for popular off-roading brands, Jorge keeps himself pretty busy. We decided to ask BustaBeatGeorge a few questions about himself and the success that follows him.

    What made you decide to go into Overlanding/Off-Roading?

    It all started many years ago as my Father George Sr. was also an outdoor enthusiast. At a young age he traveled all over California in his 1979 Ford Granada in search of a new adventure. He later met my Mother and then came my brother and I. I can vividly remember our family taking weekly trips to explore the unknown, whether it was a national park or a lonely dirt road. It was then when my love for off roading began. The simplicity of getting into a vehicle and roaming the endless dirt roads made unfiltered memories. The outdoors and off roading are part of me, it’s in my DNA.


    What products on your vehicle are outfitted from Rago?

    List of Rago parts on my Toyota Tacoma Build: Lower Control Arm Skids Fuel Skid Plate Shock Guards Ditch Brackets Bed Channel Stiffeners Center Console Molle Panel ( With Bridge ) Dual Arb Engine Bay Bracket Ultra Swing Molle Panel


    When you spend time on the trail, what is your primary goal?

    The primary goal is get out and unwind from the daily routine. As a content creator its also a perfect creative outlet to explore and work on my craft.

    I know you take photos and videos for your YouTube Channel; do you have any advice for beginners trying to film their journey? What camera and set-up do you have?

    Every journey starts with you taking action. The willingness to take control and push yourself to do something out of your comfort zone is key, Always remember that capturing the journey through video is impossible. But one thing you can do, is capture the experience and highlights to encourage others to get out and explore. Don’t be afraid to tell your story.


    My Current Set up is: Canon R Full Frame Mirrorless

                                        Canon RF 15-35mm 2.8 Lens

                                        Canon RF 24-105mm F/4

                                        Rode Video Pro Microphone

                                        Manfrotto Tripod


    What advice would you give a younger you?

    The journey begins when you take action and pursue what you love, It’s the process that brings success.


    You can follow Jorge on instagram @BustABeatGeorge and on Youtube bustabeatgeorge  ! Make sure to check out the video he created on Rago Fabrication! 





    Lower Control Arm Skids

    Lower Control Arm Skids

    Lower Control Arm Skids

    What are Lower Control Arms? Lower control Arm (LCA) is a suspension link that joins the cars frame to the steering knuckle. The control arm swings up and down when you hit a pothole, allowing your tires to continue moving. It is a vital component in keeping your front wheels on the ground.

    What damages a Lower Control Arm? If you are an off-roader, you are probably frequently driving on rocky terrain; Because rocky terrain does not have an even or smooth surface, your LCA will take a lot of abuse. After a while, it will wear down your LCA due to the irregular motion, causing it to be damaged. There is also the potential of hitting an object or even a deep pothole.

    A damaged Lower Control Arm can place a pretty large hole in your pocket, not to mention the headache from the difficulty of replacing them yourself. In turn, most overlanders/off roaders purchase Lower Control Arm Skids. A skid plate will protect your LCA’s from harsh weather, and those rocky trails, saving you money and your sanity in the long run.

    Where can I purchase an LCA Skid Plate?

    You can purchase them here -->

    The Rago Fabrication Lower Control Arm Skid is a bolt-on solution to protect your lower control arms from debris, rocks, and other trail damaging hazards. The skids are made from 3/16th Cold Roll Steel with welded reinforcements to provide protection from the toughest trails. Sold in Pairs and available in powder coated textured black or raw steel.

    Shock Guards

    Shock Guards

    Shock Guards

    Are shock Guards a necessity when overlanding/off-roading? Yes, absolutely. Damaging your shocks can not only be stressful, but costly to replace.

    What could possibly damage my shocks? Your shocks can be damaged by a number of things but let’s start with the few main reasons.

    Potholes- Or large rocks, can damage your shocks significantly, causing them to break, or for your vehicle to rebound more often.

    Dirt Roads- We all know we LOVE Dirt Roads, because who doesn’t love drifting around those corners? Although dirt roads can be fun, they also generate a ton of dust and sand. Once the dust gets into your seals of your shocks, the fluid will start to leak out.

    Mud- Ah, one of our favorites. Donuts are still a thing, right? Mudding frequently can cause build up, getting into the inner components of your shocks. This damages seals, causes leaks, and diminishes the ability for them to absorb the impact.

    I love overlanding, but it seems like I can’t go anywhere without damaging my shocks, is there a better solution than staying off the roads? You can extend the life of your shocks by avoiding these conditions, but let’s face it, that’s not going to happen. Shock Guards are a must when it comes to overlanding. Shock Guards can withstand the toughest trails, and they protect the exposed part of the shock, making overlanding and off-roading in your favorite areas a dream come true.

    Where do I purchase shock guards?

    You can purchase shock guards here-->

    Rago Fabrication Shock Guards

    The Rago Fabrication Shock Guards were designed to keep your shocks safe and free of damage. The rugged angular design creates a guard that can withstand the most demanding trails. In addition to protecting the most exposed part of the shock, the guard also extends to protect the shock shaft from pits and abuse, extending shock life from leaks and tears of the shock shaft seal. Our design also includes a drain hole placed at the lowest point of the guard to prevent lingering of water during water crossings.

    How Low Can You Go?

    How Low Can You Go?

    FUN FACT: 

    Ditch Bracket LED Pods were made to light up and aim towards ditches to avoid crashing into them when off-roading and overlanding. Recently people have began to aim the Pods towards the front of the vehicle, making it easier to see even the darkest trails. 


    Simply said, available light output. Meaning, while the low pro may in some opinions look better, the light is actually cut off by the position of the hood vs the light. So the standard ditch bracket is set up higher to avoid the hood and produces more light.


    You can actually aim the lights to the side, this prevents the hood ever interfering with with the light itself. 


    The brackets do not interfere with the function of the hood opening or closing. Installation is simply bolt on and does not require any drilling. Minimal trimming has been reported. The brackets are sold in pairs.

    Every bracket is CAD designed, CNC cut out of 3/16 inch cold rolled steel, and made in the USA. They are sandblasted then powder coated black to withstand harsh weather conditions.

    If you're interested in our ditch brackets, check out the link below!