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General Mud Terrains 33 x 12.50
by MoabMan
Everyone would like to have the latest “cool” tire. Or maybe some Good Year MTR’s, but if it isn’t in the budget, it’s just not there. So what are you to do?
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Genright Twisted Pitman Arm & Tool
by Doc Jones
Jeeps leave the factory as well designed, reliable, bulletproof vehicles that will last a lifetime… until we start screwing with them.
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Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor
by Moab Man
Change from the tried-and-true can be difficult, and we stepped into this tire review holding our breath and hoping it wouldn’t turn out too bad.
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Harbor Freight 3n1 Press
by Moab Man
**Update** We test an inexpensive ball joint, u-joint, and truck brake anchor pin press from Harbor Freight.
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Hi Tec... I mean Treadwright Inc. Revisited
by MBJPER Staff
For years people have been trying to find ways of wheeling at a lower cost. As all of us are aware this sport is not cheap. In fact a set of decent tires alone will set you back $1000 or more!
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High-Tec Retreads
by Moab Man
After a glowing review from Four Wheeler Magazine (Oct 2000) we decided to give them a try.
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