We are back for episode 163! Matt’s back this week, he survived his ACL/knee surgery, which is good. To kick things off, we mix things up, we actually talk about a beer that’s different to the (fantastic) Great Northern; Byron Bay Brewery.
Joseph kicks off the news with news about the 2021 Toyota Yaris range increasing in price leaving the sub-$20k (before on roads) price bracket well and truly behind; maxing out at just over $33,500.
Joseph then talks about the Dodge Ram TRX which has the Hellcat engine, which gets us onto talking about our mate Michael looking at getting a 4 wheel drive, which is proving to be difficult due to all 4 wheel drives appreciating in value due to Covid.
Joseph then rounds out the news with Bridgestone bringing out a new super soft ‘cheater’ track-day tyre; the RE71RS, and General Motors trying to weasel their way back into the Australian market under the ‘General Motors Special Vehicles’ name; and people aren’t pleased.
Mitch then talks about the wiring work that Matt did to Mitch’s Hilux; wiring in the seat heater function, as well as some hardwired USB’s for charging purposes, as well as the progress made on the #Shitegra.
Matt then talks about the turbo he’s had recently installed on his Toyota LandCruiser 105 Series, and Joel tells us what’s going on with his Swift and 300ZX.
Gears and Beers is hosted by Mitchell Denham, Joseph Riga, and Matt Morwood.
For business and advertising enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Gears and Beers Podcast on Spotify
Gears and Beers Podcast on Apple Podcasts
Gears and Beers Podcast on TuneIn Radio
Gears and Beers Podcast on Anchor.fm
Gears and Beers Podcast Merch Shop!
Subscribe on YouTube!
Like us on Facebook!
Follow us on Twitter!
Follow us on Instagram!