Enter for Your Chance to Win a Trip to Moab
Originally posted: Thursday, 18 February 2016
Yeti Coolers: Ice Chests, Drinkware and Gear
Originally posted: Wednesday, 6 August 2015
PUREJEEP Jeep JK DANA 30/44 Axle Gusset Kit
Orginally posted: Wednesday, 11 January 2012
The best, most complete kit available to strengthen the factory JK front and rear axle housings. Our complete system includes full dimple-died Backbone Truss, track bar mount gusset, upper & lower C-Spine gussets and lower control arm skids (front and rear). Proudly made in the USA, our 3/16" Backbone and 3/4" C-Spine gusset set is a must have for JK's that hit the trail....
JKS Front Trackbar + Sector Shaft Reinforcement Kit
Originally posted: Tuesday, 30 August 2011
Alliance, NE – August 2011: Large diameter tires and hydraulic-assist steering can play havoc on Wrangler JK models if the front track bar and steering box are not reinforced. The factory track bar mount on the chassis is particularly vulnerable to extreme forces. Crank on the steering wheel too hard and you risk tearing the OE mount completely off of the frame.
Unfortunately, the output shaft on the steering box is even more troublesome. The internal support bearings are poorly positioned and notorious for wearing out very quickly. Some indicators include a noticeable “clunk” noise and excessive play in the steering wheel. And since the OE steering box is not serviceable, the only option is to replace the entire assembly....
WIRED HDH Switch Panels
Originally posted: Tuesday, 25 January 2011
WIRED HDH develops a better way to switch your stuff!
Loveland, CO., WIRED HDH has developed a better way to switch your accessories. The new “Flat Switch Panel” (FSP) system needs virtually no depth to mount, has been designed to withstand the toughest conditions, and is completely user configurable. The system uses a thin keypad, a compact controller, and a quick connect harness to solve the common problems of bulky panels, limited space, and adaptability.
Truck-Lite® 12v 7" LED Headlamps
Originally posted: Monday, 03 January 2011
As you may or may not know, Truck-Lite® released the 7" round LED 12v headlamp in March of 2009. Ever since then, most Jeepers have wanted to get their hands on a set. These lights are the latest and greatest in lighting technology. I strongly feel that if it weren't for the current cost, everyone that could install them in their Jeep or Off-Road vehicle would do so.
Longevity ForceCut 50i Plasma Cutter
Originally posted: Friday, 24 December 2010
When working in the shop, the one thing I always hated doing was cutting steel. My choices were either the angle grinder (and the scars on my hands to go with it) or the sawzall, both got the job done, but neither resulted in the quality and speed that I would like. So as I began a new project, which involved cutting up a late 40's trailer (rust and all) and also building a complete custom frame, I knew it was time to look into something better. The something better I found was the Longevity ForceCut 50i Plasma Cutter. I know right now your thinking you can't afford a plasma cutter, but Longevity has plasma cutters to match most any budget, from right around $500 for a hobby machine all the way up to Industrial grade machines. The best part about Longevity Plasma cutters is they all come with a 5 year warranty!
Modern Classic Enterprises TJ Wrangler Plastic "Flatty Fenders"
Originally posted: Tuesday, 05 October 2010
Flatty Fenders were created to give a Jeeper the option to improve upon the factory Jeep front fenders’ shortcomings: low clearance, thin sheet metal construction, and expensive to fix after a little (but easy to do ) “woops!”.
The first industry response to these issues were rigid tube fenders. However, while tube fenders definitely solve the problems of low clearance and mangled fenders, we feel they do still have some shortcomings. These shortcomings are the high cost, weight, and their inherent nature of transferring impact loads to the Jeep body behind them: the tub and the grille. Over time, many small or just one large impact on the tube fender can take its toll on the rest of the Jeep body.
Heavy Duty Replacement Transmission Mount Cross Member
Originally posted: Tuesday, 05 October 2010
Full-Traction Suspension introduces a new Heavy Duty replacement Transmission Mount Cross Member for the 2007-2010 Jeep JK Wrangler/Rubicon. This new bolt-in unit is designed for serious rock crawling abuse. HD crossmember utilizes factory mounting locations. No drilling required. Quality laser cut 3/16" steel construction with added skid plate to protect the exposed cross over exhaust system. This is the solution for the jeeper with a damaged factory cross member. Works with any short arm kit and most long arm kits on the market....
SpeedoHealer™ by HealTech Electronics
Originally posted: Wednesday, 08 September 2010
Are you like me? How many times have you changed tire sizes and gear ratios? I know that I've done it at least 5 times. 33's, 36's, 35's now, and probably 42's somewhere in the future. Add on to that going from 3.73 gears to 4.88's, with 5.13's down the road, and you have quite a mix of speedometer readings.
When I first went to 33's, replacement speedometer gears were fairly cheap (~$20) from the dealer. Forget about cheap now. A quick check shows several sites that have them listed for over $70! That's right, $70 for a piece of plastic that will probably only work correctly with one configuration on your Jeep....