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Wheeling 2005 Jeep Wrangler

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Like any densely wooded part of the country, wheeling in the Northeast often requires threading the needle between immovable objects. This is the main reason our LJ’s sides carry more armor than a Humvee. While a front locker can make it difficult to steer when engaged, the traction it affords will help you hold a line while trying to negotiate obstacles whilst threading said needle, as well as help drag you off the obstacle when you get hung up.