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Leaving it to the Pro's, Discount Tire
by Carl "Silverback" Schaible
Like tires, tire companies come in all types and sizes. One; however, stands out among all the rest; and that is Discount Tire.
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Liquid Metal Rhino Wheels
by Carl "Silverback" Schaible
Follow along as MOABJEEPER Magazine reviews the Liquid Metal Rhino wheels that we added during our tire/wheel upgrade through Discount Tire on our project JK.
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Litegrip "Seat Riser"
by Moab Man
When you're wheeling a Jeep Wrangler, have you ever noticed how the seating position is a bit low? Then with the new seats for 2004 it got even worse.
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Litegrip "Sport Utility Mount"
by Moab Man
A large part of serious off-roading is to be prepared, but storage can present a problem in a Jeep Wrangler.
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LiteGrip Standard Battery Mount
by Moab Man
Maybe it’s the looks, or maybe you’re tired of the rather weak OEM battery mount; either way LiteGrip has your battery covered.
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Lock-Right Locker
by Moab Man
Anyone that has really wheeled their vehicle quickly learns about open differentials.
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