This ’93 Wrangler could have been named Dangerfield because it got no respect. Just because it is four-cylinder-powered, a bunch of Jeffrey Lee’s friends picked on it. But in the end he showed them by climbing every difficult obstacle he could find. Backing the squirrels up is a 32RH slushbox bolted to a Dana 300. From there the power goes out to front and rear Dana 60s with spools and 5.38 gears. Elevation for those 39-inch BFG Krawlers is thanks to the 1.5-inch-lift Rubicon Express spring over leaf springs and a 1.25-inch JKS body lift. The Jeep came a long way from the basket case it once was, and Jeffrey gives props to his dad for helping tear it down and rebuild it.