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2004 Jeep Wrangler Climbing The Rocks

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While the event has grown in size over the years, there aren’t many obstacles with huge crowds like this. Mike Watch of Arizona showed off for the crowd a bit with his ’04 Wrangler. The factory 4.0L and automatic hand power to a four-speed Atlas T-case. From there, power goes to ’07 Jeep Rubicon front and rear Dana 44s with the factory electric lockers. A mere 2-inch suspension and 1-inch body lift might not seem like enough clearance for the 37-inch BFG M-Ts on AEV Pintler beadlocks, but the combination actually works great thanks to GenRight Hi-fender tube fenders front and rear.