TeraFlex Jeep JK Wrangler
Speed Bumps Installation Write-Up

May 26, 2010 Cindy 3
Teraflex Jeep JK Wrangler Speed Bumps If you like to drive hard and fast down chewed up desert roads and washes, you know just how bone jarring of a ride it can be especially when your factory bump stops make full contact with your axles. And, short of installing a very expensive coil over suspension system on your Jeep JK Wrangler, there really hasn’t been a whole lot you could do to soften things up or, at least not until now.

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.

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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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.

Superchips Flashpaq Jeep JK Wrangler
Installation Write-Up & Review

January 11, 2010 Cindy 24
After installing new and larger tires on your Jeep JK Wrangler, one of the first things you will notice is a loss in power. And, depending on how big your tires are over stock, that loss in power can be significant. Of course, the best way to address this power loss is through the installation of new differential gears with a higher ratio. However, even with new gears, most people that I know of find the JK’s 3.8L V6 to be on the gutless side and would love to have a bit more power. Fortunately, there is a great solution to this problem and it’s made by Superchips.

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.

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.

Jeep JK Wrangler 42RLE
Automatic Transmission Service

September 21, 2009 Cindy 36
Changing out your Jeep JK Wrangler’s 42RLE Automatic Transmission fluid and filter is something you should do as a good part of regular maintenance. And, while doing this isn’t something as easy as a normal engine oil change where you basically pull a drain plug, swap out an external filter and refill with oil when done, it certainly isn’t a difficult job and doing it yourself can save you a lot of money. Of course, having the right tools will make all the difference and as is the case with all my write-ups, I have included a complete list of everything you will need to make this job go without a hitch.
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