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Outlaw Mirrors
by Tom Dube
A Jeep with the doors off is like cake with Ice cream. Many owners of YJ's and TJ's love to ride with the doors off, but depending on what state you live in, the law may require that you have side mirrors. Even for those states that don't require them,
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OX Locker – Maintenance?
by Moab Man
"With no seals to leak or solenoids to break, the zero-maintenance OX Locker …”
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Parts Mike D44 Replacement Knuckles
by Scramblah
When I started my Dana 44 build, I needed to find some flat top knuckles for the high-steer arms that I wanted to use because of the spring over.
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PBR® High Performance Rancher Gloves
by Moab Man
MOABJEEPER Magazine is not planning on mending fences, rustling cattle, or even heading out to the farm for any reason. But we did find some gloves at the local Wal-mart we purchased out of desperation when our Mechanix® gloves gave up.
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Pro Comp All Terrain 32X11.50
by Icky
Baby's got new shoes!
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QuickAir Deflators
by Dr. Jones
Nobody likes airing down. It’s a necessary evil that we have to put up with in order to get good traction off road.
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