GenRight JK: 2007 Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited RubiconPosted in Features on June 1, 2012 Comment (0)
We've been driving and photographing some exceptional vehicles lately. One of the best is Tony Pellegrino's GenRight JK Unlimited Rubicon. While driving to the photo shoot area, the JK exhibited no front/rear sideways squirm as its double triangulated long arm suspension system eliminates both track bars. While coil sprung, track bar-equipped Jeep owners are used to the squirm and seldom think about it, driving a Jeep that doesn't do it is amazing!
As Tony is the owner of GenRight Off-Road, his JK has the complete line of GenRight parts, including aluminum bumpers and flat panel flares, aluminum belly skid, boat side rockers, GenRight rear mount JK gas tank that allows the rear upper control arms to be triangulated, and GenRight's double bell crank “Go Fast” steering system that stops any bump steer through the entire range of suspension travel.
Check out the photos to see how Tony and the GenRight crew turned the GenRight JK into one of the finest Unlimiteds on the planet.
|Vehicle:||2007 Jeep JK Unlimited Rubicon|
GenRight Off-Road/Simi Valley, California
|Engine:||Chrysler Jeep 3.8L V-6|
|Transmission:||Jeep 42RLE four-speed automatic|
|Transfer case/low range raito:||Jeep Rubicon NVG2410R Rock-Trac/4.0:1|
|Front End:||Dynatrac ProRock 44|
|Rear End:||Dana 44|
|Ring and Pinion:||5.13:1|
|Front Differential:||ARB Locker|
|Rear Differential:||ARB Locker|
|Suspension:||GenRight double triangulated long arm with King Coilovers front and rear|
|Tires:||37x12.50R17 Goodyear Wangler MT/R with Kevlar|
|Wheels/Backspacing:||Raceline 17x9.5 Monster Beadlock with aluminum rings/4 inches|