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ARB Jeep JK Wrangler Snorkel

December 23, 2009 wayoflife 2

ARB USA now offers a Safari Snorkel System for the popular Jeep Wrangler JK. This new accessory serves two primary functions that JK owners will appreciate when taking their vehicle off-road. First, and most obvious, the Safari Snorkel relocates the factory air intake position approximately 28″ higher to prevent water ingestion when negotiating stream crossings. Even in relatively shallow water, the nose of the vehicle can easily become submerged as the front wheels drop into a stream or water hole and the rear wheels still on high ground.

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Dynomax JK Performance Exhaust Special

December 15, 2009 wayoflife 1

For a limited time and a limited amount of customers, Santa Mel Wade of Off Road Evolution would like to help you out with your holiday stocking stuffers. Purchase a Dynomax Performance Exhaust System for the 2 or 4-door Jeep JK and receive a custom Dynomax engraved Apple iPod Nano.

Mile Marker V10 Winch Installation Write-Up

December 11, 2009 Cindy 3
When it came time for me to start looking for a winch for our 2009 Jeep JK Wrangler, I must say that I was drawn to the new Mile Marker V10 with MiFi Technology. Having seen it first at the SEMA Show back in 2008, I was intrigued by the fact that it was the first winch to improve on the control system by making it solid state. And, by virtue of this, they were able to make significant improvements such as making the controls waterproof and providing variable line speed.
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Project-JK Off Road Evolution Conquers
the Rubicon Trail Little Sluice Box VIDEO

December 3, 2009 wayoflife 2

Back in September of 2009, Cindy and I were invited to head up to the Rubicon with Mel Wade of Off Road Evolution and Ali Mansour of Petersen’s 4 Wheel Drive & Off-Road and be witness to what would be the first ever run through the Little Sluice Box in a Jeep JK Wrangler. Two attempts were required to complete this extremely challenging section of trail but, Mel was able to conquer it and, you can see how he did it in this short video.

IPF 920H4 Jeep JK Wrangler Headlights
Installation Write-Up & Testing

December 2, 2009 Cindy 17
As much as I absolutely love my Jeep JK Wrangler, I have to say that there’s one thing that has always bugged me and for whatever it’s worth, it’s something that bugs pretty much everyone else I know who owns a JK too. In a word, the factory headlights are simply TERRIBLE. While they appear to be very shiney, the actual beam they put out is very yellow and narrow and more times than not, I feel as though they aren’t even on. In fact, most people I know insist that they have to run their fog lights at night in order for them to see where they’re going.