2005 Jeep Wrangler TJ - Second 4x4Posted in Project Vehicles on April 1, 2010 Comment (0)
We've always admired families that use four-wheel-drive vehicles for outdoor recreation and adventure. Exploring the great outdoors through this country's vast network of trail systems and off-road parks is a great way to get to know America, sharpen advanced driving skills, and push the limits of kinship in a little competitive off-highway fun.
Longtime four-wheeler and president of the Arkansas 4x4 Crawlers, Gary Wainright needed a second Jeep for his growing family. With a few up and coming Wainright drivers, the lone but extremely capable Wrangler YJ that hauled them around the backcountry just wasn't enough. To fill the need for a second family crawler, Gary purchased this '05 TJ and quickly started building the new family dream machine. The gist of the TJ build was to create a rig the entire family could travel in together to and from the trail, and have the coolest rig in the neighborhood.
Tech Spec 2005 Jeep Wrangler TJ Drivetrain Engine: 4.0L inline-six Transmission: 42RLE Transfer Case: Atlas 4-speed 10.3:1 Front Axle: Diamond axlehousing, True Hi9 differential, 4.10 ring-and-pinion, Axletech International Motorsports portal ends, 35-spline shafts Rear Axle: Diamond axlehousing, True Hi9 differential, 4.10 ring-and-pinion, Axletech International Motorsports portal ends, 35-spline shafts
Suspension Springs & Such: Superlift long-arm suspension, Bilstein 16-inch remote reservoir coilovers, Eibach coil springs Tires & Wheels: 42-inch Pit Bull Rockers on 16.5x9.75 Humvee H1 wheels, Copperhead Fabrication rock rings Other Stuff: GenRight fastback rollcage, OTT Industries 6-bolt high-steer arms, Mico inline brake lock, Beard limiting straps, Flex-a-lite electric fan, GenRight rocker guards, 4Wheelers rockcrawler fiberglass hood, Warn M8274 winch, RCI fuel cell, air tank and battery tray, Optima YellowTop battery, Maxima LED Lights, Probox sound system