Rat Rod Jeep Death-Wish Trip! - Roadkill Episode 15
David Freiburger claims that this road trip on this episode of Roadkill is the most stupid thing that he and Mike Finnegan have ever done. Freiburger wanted to do a Jeep trip, so Finnegan bought an old Willys flatfender--one that had been turned into a two-wheel-drive rat rod using some very sketchy fabrication. The guys made it semi-safe, then hit the road to drive to the Desert Bar in Parker, Arizona, where they sold the Jeep to a guy for the price of their bar tab. Watch to see the crazy fun in the scariest vehicle ever on Roadkill.
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AFE Stage 2 Air Intake Review - etrailer.com
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Okay today we are actually doing a preview of a 2004 Jeep Unlimited Wrangler. We are looking at an intake produced by AFE, Advanced Flow Engineering. The intake that we have here is a stage 2. We do a different series of intakes. We offer stage 1, stage 2. Difference between a stage 1 and a stage 2 is a factory box. It is just a box in stage 1, when we add a torque tube it becomes a stage 2 in the AFE line up. We also offer sealed induction intakes which are completely enclosed for the people who like the sealed version. 00:36
On this intake here from AFE we are featuring it with a dry media filter which is our Pro Dry S. We have other options at AFE we have our 5-R, which is our performance filter, and we also offer a Pro Guard 7, which is our 7 layer filter. This filter here is a dry media filter from AFE. The cleaning installation of this is fairly simple. If I want to restore a dry filter since it is oil free, I can tap it and I am doing this here so you can see I am tapping out particles. I will get an 86 percent restoration of the filter. If I choose to restore it at 92 percent, I can take a vacuum and I can vacuum out the filter. And if I want 100 percent restoration, I will simply use soap and water, dip the filter in there for cleaning. It is a dry media filter. 01:28