1992 Jeep Wrangler YJ - Six-PackedPosted in Project Vehicles on February 1, 2009 Comment (0)
One of the cool things about our jobs here at Four Wheeler is that we get to see a vast variety of different rigs. Modifications differ by region, but one thing that stays constant is that behind each rig is a real person. These folks put their heart and soul into their machines. Truly, they make the wheeling world go 'round.
Here is a six-pack of rigs we've shot in our travels. They're packed with cool stuff and they run the gamut of build styles. Most obviously, they reflect their individual owners' needs and desires.
Voss Motorsports is a name synonymous with high-speed racing on two and four wheels. When Jason Voss wants to slow down, he slides into the driver seat of this incredible rockcrawlin' Jeep YJ.
Owner/Hometown: Len Snowden/Huntington, Indiana
Occupation: Heavy-equipment operator
Vehicle/Model: '67 Ford Bronco
Type: Bored-and-stroked 5.0L V-8
Particulars: Forged pistons; Z304 heads; roller rockers; Comp Cam camshaft; 670cfm Holley Truck Avenger four-barrel carb; Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake; K&N air cleaner; nitrous; Hooker, Flowmaster and Supertrapp exhaust; MSD billet distributor; MSD Digital-6 Plus ignition
Output, hp/torque (estimated): 450/400
Transmission: TCI StreetFighter C-4 with 2,500 stall and Hurst ratchet shifter
Transfer Case: Dana 20
Front: Deaver coils; extended radius arms; dual Pro Comp ES9000 shocks
Rear: Deaver 11-leaf packs; dual Pro Comp ES9000 shocks
Front: Dana 44, disc brakes/limited-slip
Rear: 9-inch, disc brakes/limited-slip
Ring and pinion: 4.56:1
Wheels: 15x14 Chrome modular
Tires: 35x17.5-15 Mickey Thompson Baja Belted
More Cool Stuff: Heavily modified frame; 110-inch wheelbase; 1-inch body lift; custom rollcage; rock sliders tied to custom tube fenders and frame; custom front stinger with radiator hoop; Fuel Safe 22-gallon fuel cell; underbody rock lights; LED brake lights; Alpine/Sony audio; Procar seats; Simpson safety harnesses
Owner Quote: "First built at home with Dana 60s and a spring-over suspension, then sent to Toby Lavender who did the tube work and put the Dynatrac axles and four-link suspension under it."