When you need to have absolute confidence in the quality of your axles and performance you expect them to deliver on the trail, no other company can give you this assurance other than Dynatrac and with their Pro Rock 60. Made 100% here in the United States, the Pro Rock 60 has been engineered entirely with new off the shelf components that are designed to work flawlessly together and without the need to use recycled, refurbished or salvaged parts from older used axles. Of course, the Pro Rock 60 is also the only axle with a profiled differential that offers well over an inch of ground clearance. And, to top it off, Dynatrac is the only company that I know of that offers a â€?no-faultâ€? warranty so long as you properly service and maintain your axles.
For those of you who weren’t able to attend the 2009 Off Road Expo in Pomona, CA, rest assured, you didn’t miss much. While this was the 10th anniversary of the show, it was by far the smallest I have seen it in terms of square footage and in terms of the amount of displays. Granted, with 3 fewer buildings and subsequent alleys to fill, the show did feel a lot more crowded than years past and, I suppose that was one of the smartest things the promoters of this show could have done.
By far, the most difficult section along the Rubicon, the Little Sluice (also known as the “Sluice Box”) is essentially a narrow crack about 100 yards long and situated between a granite wall on one side and granite slab on the other. Now, what makes this crack so challenging is that it’s filled with enourmous, ill positioned boulders made slick from countless spinning tires and a myriad of fluids left behind from fallen rigs that were either cut open, laid on their side or flopped on their lids. Being that this section of trail is virtually impassable, there are two different bypasses that one can take around it but last weekend, Mel Wade of Off Road Evolution was there to conquer it. And, as luck would have it, we had the priviledge of being invited along side feature editor, Ali Monsour from Petersen’s 4 Wheel & Off-Road and bear witness to this historic moment – the worlds first Jeep JK Wrangler tackling infamous Little Sluice.
Three years ago, Off Road Evolution had the privilege of installing the very first aftermarket Jeep JK Wrangler gear sets and to celebrate this year’s anniversary of it with you, they will be rolling back their prices to what they were back then and offer a limited time only gear installation special for only $999.99!!
Want a badass lift kit for your Jeep JK Wrangler? Well now you can get a chance at winning a brand new Trailmaster 5″ Flex-Joint Suspension System and for FREE this coming September 15, 2009 as Northridge4x4 will be giving one away to one very lucky member of JK-Forum.com.
For those of you living in SoCal, Off Road Evolution is proud to announce that they will now be selling and installing brand new Mopar Jeep JK Wrangler Dana 44 front axles that come complete with brake assemblies, electric lockers and 4.10 gears.
You asked for it and they are now delivering the goods. Due to popular demand, Off Road Evolution has completed the development of their all new, 100% BOLT-ON, true 5 link design long arm suspension system and, I am here today to show you a few sneak peek pics of what itâ€™ll look like. To make things sweeter, the pics you will see feature their optional billet CNC machined EVO Envy lower control arms and stainless steel rock sliders.
While it had always been our plan to buy and build up another Jeep JK Wrangler, we weren’t expecting to pick one up until the 2010’s came out. The hope was that there would be some kind of significant change to the JK’s engine or at bare minimum, an introduction of a new color that just blew us away. Of course, thanks to the current status of Chrysler, the prospects of any real changes worth waiting for simply aren’t there (or so my sources say) and the only new color to be expected was the new Surf Blue and I wasn’t really feeling it. Needless to say, with dealers needing to move product and great incentives being offered up by Chrysler, we figured that now was as good a time to buy as any. And, as luck would have it, we found just what we were looking for yesterday and brought home the newest member of our family – a brand new, Sunburst Orange 2009 Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited X.
If you’re looking to have fun in the sun, do a little camping, wheel your Jeep, eat some great food, get a chance to win cool prizes and of course, meets tons of great people, you had better make sure to join us at the Hungry Valley OHV Area on Saturday, June 27th for the Project-JK West Coast Mega Meet 2009!!
Northridge4x4 is happy to announce that they will be working with AEV in Moab during the Easter Jeep Safari and will be performing a JK HEMI V8 Conversion Class on April 9-10. Customers interested in checking out the class will have the opportunity to talk to both the technicians doing the work as well as the engineers who designed AEVâ€™s HEMI Conversion Kit. An intentional effort will be made to go slowly over a two day period of time to give people a chance to ask questions and see just how easy it is to install a V8 HEMI using AEV’s kit. This installation class will be held in the parking lot of Moab 4×4 Outpost which is located at 1805 S. Highway 191 in Moab. For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org