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January 2009 New Products - New Off Road Jeep Parts

Posted in Product Reviews on January 1, 2009
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LS Engine Upgrade
If you swapped a small-block Chevy engine into your Jeep before reality shows were big, Trans-Dapt has a great solution for an easy bolt-in upgrade. Toss that old two-piece rear main block and step up to an LS-series small- block. More power, better reliability and it's lighter. Now you can do it with a simple bolt-in adapter kit. The kit comes with 5/16-inch plate steel adapters and new bolts and is designed to work with Hedman Headers. Information: Hedman Performance Group, 562/921-0404, tdperformance.com

Aluminum Case Saver
It is no secret that the Atlas transfer case is way heavier-duty than the stock Jeep transfer case. Heavier-Duty also means heavier. With heavy wheeling, that added weight adds stress to the tail end of the transmission and can result in cracks in the transmission case. The Atlas Support Ring from Roark Fab Works bolts around the tailhousing of the two and four speed Atlas, Dana 300 with Advance Adapters HD output or the JB conversion HD output and the NP231 with the Advance Adapters tailshaft kit. Information: Roark Fab Works, 606/286-0681

KC Pod
Designed by KC engineers in conjunction with critical feedback from some of the nation's top off-road racers, the KC-pod features a unique weight saving carbon fiber housing. The 70 watt HID bulb and computer-designed multi-surface reflector are protected by an unbreakable hard coated Lexan lens. The 7 -inch carbon fiber housing is fixed mounted for extreme stability. The spring loaded lens assembly not only isolates it from the harsh impacts of off-road racing, but also allows for fast, simple, and accurate aiming. An external ballast is attached directly to the light housing to provide easier wiring. Information: KC Hilites, 928/635-2607, kchilites.com

Brown Dog
Brown Dog Offroad, manufacturer of high-performance Jeep engine mount systems, introduces 11 new Ultra-Flex Rubber Motor Mounts and 1-inch and 2-inch motor mount lifts. The new proprietary rubber bushing used in the Ultra-Flex rubber motor mounts and motor mount lifts will absorb more driveline vibration than the company's classic polyurethane mounts. The new bushings were designed and engineered by Brown Dog Offroad. Like all of the company's products, these rubber bushings are also manufactured in the United States. Information: Brown Dog Offroad, 866/401-3877, browndogindustries.com

Green Jeep Care
If you are tired of people telling you how bad your Jeep is for the environment, or just want to save the world one leaking Jeep at a time, here is the solution. Green Earth Technologies uses US-grown oils to create its "ultimate biodegradable" (ASTM's highest ranking) products. From engine oil to cleaning products and rain repellents now you can "go green" and still laugh at Prius owners while enjoying your Jeep. Information: GET (Green Earth Technologies), 877/438-4761, getg.com

Hemi Headers
For the guy that wants to put the engine in his JK that Jeep should have, 4 Wheeler Supply now offers ceramic coated Hemi headers that fit the JK frame. They feature 13/4-inch primaries funneling into a 3-inch collector and fit the 5.7-, 6.1-, and 6.4-liter Hemi engines. The long tube design increases flow and low end torque. Information: 4 Wheeler Supply, 800/954-0065, 4WS.com

Lo-Pro Light Bar
Until now, if you wanted a light bar on your Jeep, you had to deal with whacking the lights on every tree you went under, not to mention parking decks and drive-thrus. Now from Plus 1 Accessories is a solution in the form of a '97-'06 Wrangler low profile light bar. It features four PIAA 55-watt driving lights. The light bar is manufactured from 6061-T6 aluminum comes with billet aluminum mounts, all necessary hardware, all necessary wiring, relays, and easy installation instructions. Information: Plus 1 Accessories, 916/797-6042, Plus1Acessories.com

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