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March 2005 Trail Rigs

Posted in Features on February 8, 2007
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Jeep Girl
Beth Austerberry of Nampa, Idaho, snapped this image of her husband 'wheeling her '03 Jeep Rubicon. The Jeep is almost completely stock, with the exception of the Warn winch bolted to the front bumper. Beth tells us the winch comes in handy when winching her husband's '95 ZJ out of sticky situations.

Faithful Subscriber
We love getting letters from guys such as Brent Reynolds from Colorado Springs, Colorado. He tells us he loves reading 4 Wheel Drive & Sport Utility and that he's always wanted one of his 4x4s in the magazine. Well, Brent, here you go, and nice work on your '98 Wrangler. We wish we had room to list all the modifications. Happy 'wheeling.

Competition Girl
Jeeps are for girls. Christina Reed from Des Moines mailed us this image of herself and her faithful TJ on the rockcrawling course in Disney, Oklahoma. She loves her '02 Jeep TJ and has completed quite a bit of the work on it. She plans on extensive modifications in the near future, including a new long-arm kit to help bring home those First Place rockcrawling trophies.

Vice-President Cooke
Ken Cooke, vice president of the Rubicon Owners of California, sent us this image, which was taken while 'wheeling at Cantamar Sand Park in Baja, Mexico. Ken has been very happy with the purchase of his '03 Tomb Raider-edition Rubicon. Ken bought the Rubi' for backcountry trails in Southern California, Baja, and Sonora, Mexico.

Cherokee Sport
This well-built '01 Jeep Cherokee Sport is owned and operated by Jeff Wohrlin of Rio Rancho, New Mexico. The rig was built with a 6-inch lift, Tomken rock sliders, and way too many cool components to mention. Great job, Jeff.

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