This ’01 Wrangler belongs to Travis Cooley, who at the time of submission was residing in Ft. Irwin, California. Thanks for serving, Travis. The Jeep has a 4½-inch suspension lift, a 1-inch body lift, and 1-inch motor mount lift. A Warn 9.5ti winch sits on the front Rock Hard 4x4 bumper, and the rear is protected by a Rock Hard tire carrier. The Dana 30 front and Dana 44 rear are stuffed with 4.88 gears. A VIAIR on-board air system activates the rear ARB Air Locker. The 37x12.50/16 Maxxis Creepy Crawlers are wrapped around Allied Rock-A-Thon beadlocks. The photo was taken on the Doran Loop in Calico (outside of Barstow), California.
Not Steer, Not Queer
We’ve all heard the saying, but Jason Zengerle’s ’04 Wrangler Unlimited is neither despite it hailing from Schertz, Texas. It has 35-inch BFG MTs wrapped around steel wheels that are cleared thanks to a 4½-inch Rubicon Express lift. The front Dana 30 has an Eaton E-locker with 4.56 gears and the rear Dana 44 has a Detroit Locker with 4.56 gears. A Warn 8,000-pound winch resides on the front bumper and a Warn steering box skid, rock sliders, and Nth Degree oil pan skid keep all the vital components together.
Ray Kleinhuizan of Placentia, California, tells us that he and his wife enjoy exploring backcountry trails in their ’06 Wrangler Rubicon. The Jeep is equipped with a 5½-inch Rubicon Express Extreme Duty lift and 315/75R16 BFG Mud Terrain KM2s on Pro Comp Classic rims. The 4.0L inline-six breathes easier thanks to an AEM Brute Force intake and Flowmaster muffler. The six pushes power through a bone-stock transmission and 241OR T-case. The factory front and rear Dana 44s have 4.88 Ten Factory gears that help the Jeep push around the Hanson front bumper with a 9.5ti Warn winch.
Wayne Case of Gilbert, Arizona, sent in this picture of his ’07 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited near Clear Lake, which is east of Silverton, Colorado. It has 3½-inch TeraFlex lift rolling on 35-inch Cooper SSTs wrapped around American Racing Cannon wheels. An Airaid cold air intake helps the engine out, but beyond that Wayne was pretty happy with his Jeep. He tells us that it rides better than his ’93 Grand Cherokee did. Out of the blue, however, his wife told him he needed a winch for it, so a MileMarker winch now resides on the front bumper.
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