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April 2005 Trail Rigs

Posted in Features on February 9, 2007
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Proud Rubicon
The list of modifications to Charles Ziska's '03 Rubicon is long and distinguished. The West Valley City, Utah, resident relishes the fact that he can 'wheel his rig on the toughest trails Moab has to offer and drive it home - it's a daily driver and trail runner.

Park Avenue 'Wheeler
This is an image of Dennis Janson from New York City 'wheeling his '00 TJ on the Florida Road during a Jeep Jamboree USA Mohawk Trail adventure. Dennis tells us that the not-too-heavily-modified TJ did extremely well on the rain-slick trails of perhaps one of the East Coast's toughest trails.

Soldier's First Jeep
Staff Sergeant Todd Dery is currently stationed in Iraq and wrote us to say that life without a Jeep Wrangler has finally ended. Dery and his wife purchased this TJ on his last leave home. The couple is extremely happy with the new trail rig, and Todd can't wait for his next trip home to put some trail miles on the brand-spanking-new Jeep. Congratulations, Todd, and thank you.

Red Rock 'Crawler
This is David LaCelle of Jerome, Idaho, enjoying his favorite playground - Moab. David's highly modified '98 TJ was built over a custom 11-inch long-arm suspension system. The short list of components is still too long to list, so we'll just say this Jeep will go anywhere. Have fun.

Log Smasher
Chad D'Aguila was out 'wheeling his parents' property in Shadyside, Ohio, when he ran across this formidable pile of logs. Since there's a shortage of rocks in Ohio, Chad felt the need to test his '97 Wrangler's articulation.

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