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Jeep XJ Winch Bumper - What's New

Jeep Winch Bumper
Robin Stover | Writer
Posted September 1, 2005

Jeep Winch Bumpers
Hanson Enterprise announces the release of its new winch bumpers for both XJ and ZJ series Jeeps. Made of 31/416-inch plate steel, these long-awaited additions to the Hanson family of bumpers will be available in basic form, or with the winchguard (pictured) and prerunner bars, as well as a full grilleguard with brushguards. Made from hot-rolled steel and formed into shape for both high strength and good looks, with clearance for larger tires, these should fill the needs of most owners wanting a stout winch platform and added protection on and off the pavement. Information: Hanson Enterprise, 877/757-9779,

Titan Intake
AEM claims power gains for Nissan Titan/Armada Brute Force intake system of 17.9 hp and 25.0 lb-ft of torque at 3,750 rpm. All Brute Force intakes are constructed of CNC mandrel-bent 6061 aluminum, and feature reinforced, TIG-welded brackets and fittings for maximum durability. For superior filtration, AEM utilizes an extra-large proprietary four-layer, cotton-gauze element that reduces restriction without compromising filtering capability. Brute Force intakes are available with a silver powdercoat or mirror-polished finish. Brute Force intake systems are manufactured and assembled in the U.S. Information: AEM, 310/484-2322,

Hard-Core Heim
Evolution Machining and Fabrication of Alberta, Canada builds high-quality Heim joints specifically for the off-road aftermarket. Each joint features a one-piece body made from 4140 HTSR material. Virtually bombproof, they are designed for drivers who demand the highest quality money can buy. The Evolution joint allows 27degrees of deflection and is greaseable and adjustable. There are several sizes to choose from in both right- and left-hand threads. Information: Evolution Machining and Fabrication, 403/236-3545,

More Power For Cummins
BD Diesel Performance offers the X-Power Ram performance module for '03-and-up Dodge 5.9L diesels, including the Cummins 600 series. The X-Power achieves claimed performance gains of up to 130 hp and 240 lb-ft of torque by altering the duration timing of the injection pulse and not by increasing the rail pressure which has been known to cause fuel leakage and damage. The X-Power module has four adjustable preset power levels and is said to be easy to install. Information: BD Diesel Performance, 800/887-5030,

F-150 Sport Truck Suspension
Total Chaos has expanded into the Ford F-150 market, developing the first bolt-on sport truck suspension system that replaces the factory upper control arm and ball joint by installing a chromoly arm that utilizes a 1-inch racing-grade uniball. TC's package suspension system incorporates 8-inch-travel, 2.5-inch coilover shocks by Sway-A-Way, which bolt to the factory mounting location using TC's shock adapter and CNC lower shock hardware reducers. The coilover shocks feature reservoirs to help reduce fading and offer custom valving options to fine-tune your vehicle for your specific application while allowing for zero to 2 inches of adjustable lift. Information: Total Chaos, 951/737-9682,

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