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Rusty’s 4” (3.5 Actual) YJ Lift Kit
by Ned Renner
For the price, Rusty’s supplies the basic quality goods but does require some extras to make it all work together.
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RZR Masks
by Moab Man
We’re not ATV guys… we’re Jeepers.
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Skyjacker Performance Transmission Oil Pan
by Jeepin’ Joe
Here’s the scenario: You are out rock crawling with your Jeep TJ with the stock 3-speed transmission. You’re attempting to go up a steep wall. You stop; you hesitate. Next thing you know, the transmission seems to slip into neutral and you can’t go.
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Smittybilt Locking Hood Latches
by Troll
Security and Jeep Wrangler are not two phrases that usually go together. To assist with securing the engine compartment, we tried out locking hood latches to see if they would provide us with the security we were looking for.
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Solid Axle Industries HD44 Review
by Moab Man
What is a Dana 60 by any other name?
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Sooner or later you'll get hooked!!
by Joe "Jeepin' Joe" Linert
If you wheel your rig, then you’ve probably at some point needed a tug with a strap.
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