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Odessa Canyon Trail Run Video – “A 5-SCREAM Run!!!”

December 30, 2007 wayoflife 3

Our latest YouTube video addition highlights a trail run that we did up Odessa Canyon back in September and as our good friend Jennifer (aka – toad) can be quoted as saying, it truly was “a 5-SCREAM run!” As you’ll see, this trail required a lot of low range work as well as a fair amount of winching and strapping in order for us to climb up and over the myriad of boulders and dry falls we encountered along the way…

Currie Enterprises Jeep JK Wrangler
Rock Jock Suspension Lift Installation Write-Up

December 22, 2007 wayoflife 14
Utilizing dual rated coils, the Currie Enterprises Jeep JK Wrangler Rock Jock Suspension System comes complete with everything you need to clear 37" tires (with only minor trimming required), provides up to 11" of front and rear wheel travel (with specified shocks) and allows you to dial in your ride with their beefy weld in track bar relocation brackets and adjustable control arms featuring their ever famous Johnny Joints. And, if you’re looking for more off-road stability without having to sacrifice your outstanding flex, all you need to do is add on the optional front and rear Rock Jock Anti-Rock Sway Bar Systems to your JK and call it a day.
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Monache Meadows & Sherman Pass Trail Run Video

December 17, 2007 wayoflife 6

Filmed back in September over Labor Day Weekend 2007, this Project-JK trail run video highlights our end of the summer two day camping trip up to Monache Meadows and the Sherman Pass 4×4 trail, both of which are located up in the southern end of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, close to Lake Isabella.

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Jeep JK Wrangler Diagnostic Trouble Codes
DTC How to Check Them

December 5, 2007 wayoflife 116
Thanks to the advent of technology, just about every single part on your new Jeep JK Wrangler is wired up to a computer. And, if anything goes wrong with any one of these parts, your Jeep’s computer will make a note of it and/or even let you know about it by illuminating a Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL for short or ‘check engine’ light) or icons on your dash. Unfortunately, the MIL or other icons won’t tell you a whole lot other than the fact that your Jeep is having some kind of a problem and unless you take your Jeep into the dealership or have a OBDII reader handy, you’re pretty much out of luck, right? Wrong. As luck would have it, the JK Wrangler’s come with a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) reader built right into the dash and you can access them by following the 3 simple steps below. Once you have the DTC code(s) in hand, check it/them against the list below and you will be able to find out exactly what problems your Jeep is having.