HEMMED the SEAMS – RUBICAT Trimmed to Fit 40’s

June 11, 2017 wayoflife 0

As most of you know, Cindy and I prefer to run our Jeeps with big tires and with as low of a stance as possible. Of course, in order to do this and with a minimal amount of rubbing, some trimming of the body is required… okay, a LOT of trimming!

JK Mirror Mod – Fix Your Drippy Mirror Write-Up

April 28, 2013 wayoflife 0

The first Jeep JK Wranglers came with mirrors that had a way of collecting water from rain or being washed and trapping it inside up against your doors – not a good thing. Later JK’s saw improvements to the mirrors which included a small notch at the bottom of the flange and, while it did help water to drain out, it was still a bit too small and had a tendency to get clogged up with dirt and debris. To fix this, a bigger drain hole is needed and this easy to do mod will help you to make one.

Tuffy Security Conceal Carry Underseat Drawer Installation Write-Up

June 28, 2011 Cindy 10
Keeping your valuables out of sight and secure in Jeep JK Wrangler can prove to be a real challenge. Even with your doors installed, a soft top offers little to no protection from would be thieves and, that’s why I always recommend Tuffy Security Products. Of course, if you’ve already got their locking glove box, center console and rear deck installed and are looking for just a bit more secure and convenient to use storage space, I would highly recommend that you get their Conceal Carry Drawer.

OR-FAB Jeep JK Wrangler 2007-2010
Sport Cage Installation Write-Up

June 6, 2011 Cindy 5
While the Jeep JK Wrangler does come with a roll bar right from the factory and one that actually holds up pretty well, it’s definitely something that could still benefit from a bit more support. Because a full custom weld in cage can be quite expensive to have installed and, is for the most part well more than what most people need, the addition of a sport cage like the kind that OR-FAB makes is what I might recommend instead.

Bushwacker JK Flat Fender Installation Write-Up

July 11, 2010 Cindy 18
Opening up your fenders and providing more clearance is by far the easiest ways to get your Jeep JK Wrangler sitting on top of much larger tires and without too much effort. And, while there are several options available to do this including trimming your factory fenders or installing a set of steel tube fenders, nothing I have seen to date compares to the new Flat Style Fender Flares made by Bushwacker.

Tuffy Security Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited
Security Deck Enclosure Installation Write-Up

May 13, 2010 Cindy 12
Tuffy Security Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited Security Deck Enclosure Installation Write-Up Driving your Jeep JK Wrangler the way it was designed to be driven, both doorless and topless, is exhilarating, liberating and of course, a whole lot of fun. Unfortunately, driving your Jeep like this can also leave you with virtually no way to lock up and store valuable possessions if needed. Sure, you’ve got your glove box or center console but, even if they’ve been beefed up with a steel Tuffy Security solution, you’re still limited to only small objects. What if you have something big you need to lock up – maybe something that can only fit in the trunk area of your Jeep? Fortunately for us, Tuffy Security has an answer for that as well and it’s with their JK Security Deck Enclosure.

Rancho Jeep JK Wrangler Rock Gear
Tube Doors Installation Write-Up

May 5, 2010 Cindy 5
In my opinion, what’s a Jeep JK Wrangler good for if you aren’t taking the top and doors off the minute it’s warm enough to do so. I mean, it’s a Jeep and they need to breath right? Now, I know there are some of you out there that feel a little uncomfortable riding around town or the highway without anything present to help keep you in or, maybe it’s your significant other who feels this way. Whatever the case might be, what I would recommend is that you pick up a set of Rancho Rock Gear Tube Doors.
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TeraFlex Quick Disconnect
JK Mud Flaps Installation Write-Up

April 17, 2010 Cindy 9
For those of you who don’t know me, my white Jeep JK Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited is currently sitting on top of exceptionally large 40×15.50 Toyo Mud Terrain Tires. And, after having been pulled over twice for not having any mud flaps (a requirement here in the state of California), the 2nd time resulting in a fix-it ticket, I realized that something needed to be done. Obviously, installing a set of mud flaps was the answer but from what I have personally seen on other rigs wearing a set, off-roading with them on will get them torn off in a hurry. What I needed was a set of mud flaps that could be worn on pavement and removed quickly when I was ready to hit the trail and fortuantely, TeraFlex makes exactly what I needed.
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