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Solid Axle Industries HD44 Install
by Adventure Bob
We here at MOABJEEPER preach that any breakage is an opportunity for any upgrade; and if you haven't broken it, you probably don't need to upgrade it? yet. Read on to check out how we upgraded the "Turtle's" hind legs.
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Teraflex Extreme Short Shaft
by Starbucks
Since I bought my Jeep, it has grown little by little. First I put on a 2 in budget boost, next 4 inch springs, and then 5 inch springs with a one inch body lift. Every time I lifted my Jeep, I ask myself the question ?do I need a slip yoke eliminator??
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Throttle Cable Installation
by Moab Man
Rush hour highway traffic can be brutal. Now try it without a gas pedal!
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Tom Wood's Custom Driveshafts
by Moab Man
All of the MOABJEEPER Magazine vehicles exclusively run Tom Wood's drive shafts. We have a number of reasons for this: American made, Tom's support of the off-road industry, and the fact we know the quality put into every Tom Wood's "Woody" drive shafts.
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Transmission Mount Replacement
by Moab Man
Bouncing is BAD! You have probably noticed most breakage while wheeling is preceded by a good suspension bounce or two.
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Trueflow XDI Cold Air Intake
by Carl
So you want to see what MOABJEEPER Magazine used to get the stats we did on our JK for our Unichip performance chip upgrade? Follow along as MOABJEEPER Magazine installs the Trueflow XDI Cold Air Intake.
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