Jeep JK Wrangler Door Removal

April 29, 2010 Cindy 26
Without a doubt, there really is, only one Jeep. Unlike any other vehicle available today, a Jeep Wrangler is the only one that’s specifically designed to perform exceptionally well off road and right out of the box. Of course, another key feature that makes a Jeep so unique is the fact that above and beyond being a convertable, it’s also purposefully built to have it’s doors removed as well. In this configuration, the Jeep finds its true identity as an individual – it’s not a car, not a van, not a truck and most certianly, not an SUV.
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Project-JK YouTube Video Highlights
Moab Seven Mile Rim Trail

April 27, 2010 wayoflife 3

The Seven Mile Rim Jeep Trail is an incredibly scenic and fun trail out in Moab, Utah. Although it is rated “difficult”, most any Jeep JK Wrangler with a small lift and 33″ tires should be able to negotiate this trail with ease especially being that the hardest obstacles can be bypassed.

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Tuffy Security JK Conceal Carry Security Drawer

April 22, 2010 wayoflife 2

This high security 16 gauge steel security drawer mounts under the drivers side seat in a Jeep JK. The formfitting design of the Tuffy lockbox has over 324 cubic inches of lockable storage. It’s secured contents are easily accessed by maneuvering the drawer open and closed on the smooth ball bearing slides using the convenient pull lever.

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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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Rough Country JK Bumper Caps

April 5, 2010 wayoflife 3

Do you want the aggressive look and functionality of a stubby bumper without the extreme cost of a full aftermarket replacement? If so, Rough Country has a new innovative solution that allows you to shorten your existing OEM bumper at a fraction of the cost. This DIY kit includes two UV resistant bumper caps, hardware and easy to follow instructions.