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2006 Jeep Wrangler LJ Rubicon Long-Arm Suspension

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Robin Stover | Writer
Posted August 1, 2006

We Install A Long-Arm Suspension With All The Fixings

When it comes to trail rigs, the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is about as good as it gets from the factory. And with the added wheelbase and cargo space available in the Unlimited version, you get a rig that can both climb better and carry more gear than any of its siblings. Not a bad place to start, if you ask us. That's why we decided to borrow a brand-new '06 LJ Rubicon and deck it out with all our favorite essentials in aftermarket suspension and drivetrain upgrades. Follow along as we take Jeep's best-to-date to new heights. Special thanks to the wrenches at Train's 4x4, who can transform just about any vehicle from showroom-stock to trail-boss in just a day's time.

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Riverside, CA 92516
888-933-7223
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Salinas, CA 93908
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