Unlimited Offroad Show Invades Nashville

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The Unlimited Offroad Show was founded in 2014 and has put events on in several locations around the country. Louisville, Dallas and Atlanta have all hosted the multiple location event throughout the years. For 2019, the event promoters wanted to shake things up a little and brought the festivities to Nashville, TN for the first time.

Created to be the ultimate mashup of everything offroad, from Jeeps, UTVs, trucks and buggies, the Unlimited Offroad Show provides a unique experience compared to the many demographic specific events around the country. Even regional offroad parks got in on the action and exhibited at the Nashville Fairgrounds.

Cartronics of Tennessee had several UTVs on display showing off their audio, electronics and installation services. The Can-Am Maverick DS they had on display caught our eye with its eye-popping colors and hydro dripped interior.

Raceline Wheels was on hand, along with Cash LeCroy Racing showing off many of their UTV wheel options, including their unique double beadlocks with adjustable backspacing. 10 year old Cash is one of the top competitors in Pro Rock Racing and Southern Rock Racing, competing against some of the top adult drivers in the nation in both hill climbing and endurance racing. We were lucky enough to be hanging around when television and internet personality Ian Johnson came by to chat with Greg Mulkey and LeCroy.

Offroad Only was on hand to show off a prototype of their exclusive SwayLOC system for the Honda Talon. The electronic dual rate sway bar system is already available for the Polaris XP 1000 and XP Turbo. Outside of some changes to the sway bar link itself, ORO says their SwayLoc for the Talon is just about ready to go and will be hitting the market very soon.

Wide Open Design set up a massive display showing off some of their builds, roll cages and a huge inventory of products from PRP, including seats, door bags and harnesses. Wide Open Design is one of the largest PRP dealers in the country and gave visitors an opportunity to sit in the seats and find out what style and fit they liked the best.

RNS showed that they think outside the box with their display of products and the Polaris RzR Turbo S. With their unique take on cages, tree kickers, radius rods and more, their booth turned more than a few heads. The White Lightning high clearance radius rods raised some eyebrows and dropped a few jaws. In addition to their production parts, RNS offers plenty of custom made products as well.

RCV Performance had a very impressive booth, showing off their Polaris RzR along with a ton of products including their 300m output shaft, heavy duty axles and propshafts. RCV makes a wide variety of strength upgrades for the RzR and Maverick X3.

RT Pro, a division of SportTruck USA and Fox came strong with showing off many of their products in their booth along with a Polaris RzR outfitted with many of their parts. Their display vehicle showcased their front and rear bumpers, high clearance a-arms, unique toe-in adjustable trailing arms, high strength chromoly radius rods, roll cage, number plates and much more.

Tim Cameron of TC Racing showcased his hill killer buggy build featuring many products from other exhibitors throughout the show including RCV Perfomance, Raceline Wheels and Torq-Masters Industries.

Torq-Masters Industries was on hand with their Can-Am X3 showing off a variety of products including their spools for the Polaris RzR and their Can-Am TORQ Locker.

Dirty Life Offroad was in attendance with a showcase for their full size and UTV wheel products, including multiple options for beadlocks.

Maxxis Tires was set up by the obstacle course with their Can-Am on display outfitted with their 35″ Roxilla Tires.

BFGoodrich had an obstacle course of their own, giving rides and displaying the toughness of their tire line. The made in the USA BFG KM3 was on display wrapped around a Raceline beadlock. The KM3 is available in sizes ranging from 28″ to 32″ for 14″ wheels and 30″ and 32″ for 15″ rims.

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