Jeep WJ and Mates on Thompsons Te Aroha Side
Jeep Grand Cherokee(Wicked Jane) Nissan Safari(Camel) and Isuzu
Bighorn(BigHorny) on a casual trip to Thompsons Track Te Aroha side. Safe
to say that Camel had his worst day ever off the road - one of those when
you slip, slide, stuck, towed, winched, snatched and go everywhere but
Jeep WJ's on the MOAB Rim Trail
MOAB, Utah 2011
Akrobatiks Build thread on Jeep Forum. All the info you could ask for about
the "Black Jeep"
Rough Country's Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ 4" Long Arm System
The long awaited WJ 4" Longarm Kit is a comprehensive package including
everything needed for a great suspension lift while maintaining the
vehicle's crucial center of gravity. Upgrade your WJ and gain aggressive
looks, extreme flex, and enough ride height to run up to 31" tires. The kit
includes adjustable high-clearance X-Flex upper and lower control arms with
Clevite bushings, featuring rebuildable X-Flex joints with Adjustable
Retainer Rings and preloadable bushings. The kit also includes front and
rear coil springs, a front adjustable track bar with drop bracket, ¼"
thick steel crossmember, skid plate and sway bar disconnects. Outfitted
with Rough Country's Performance 2.2 shocks, this Longarm Lift Kit is a
total solution comprised of top-notch components designed for the avid
off-roader who wants the most out of their WJ.
This top of the line kit focuses on improving off-road handling and
articulation while preventing binding and rear steer. This lift kit
features high-clearance components with a front 4-link and rear y-link
control arm design. This promotes extreme axle flex while keeping pinion
angles optimized. Utilizing adjustable components, this kit can also
accommodate future modifications.
Lifted Jeep WJ Project
A brief video of a Jeep WJ project, spring 2013. I have had this Jeep for 8
years and this last year I hit a deer. Messed up the front pretty good. So,
on went an ARB bumper with a wench. But the stock springs couldn't hold it
up so the project began.
Rough Country long arm kit.
6.5" springs from IRO
Drop track bracket IRO
2" spacer for the y-link
Very Long travel shocks (Pro-Comp)
Protofab rear bumper
40" light bar
New intake That made room for the 98 washer res. (Its a WJ thing)
4.5" backspaced wheels
Sliders from JCR
Dual Viair 480c w/ 3 gallon tank
lifted wj jeep pulling a 50' semi truck
START @ ABOUT 1 MINUTE....CAMERA SUCKS..01 grand Laredo I-6, stock
gearing,T.woods drive shafts,D30,D35 Non c clipped bolted in,33-13.50r20's,
6" lift,fox shocks, custom color. Liberty lake Washington winter 2009. 36"
snow storm- Doing a good deed for the day- He was jack knifed headed the
wrong way with his rear bumper stuffed in the snow bank about 100' back..
I was bored and hooked to him. Pulled him to this point with out chains,
Was only putting about 6" of slack in the strap. I know the limits of a
little jeep.. He got hung up on the median at the end of a nice tracker
style pull. Then we chained up all 4. Then got the camera out- The roads
wher a sheet of ice with new snow on top. He couldn't even get going again
where we stop in this video. The little jeep had to help him out to the
plowed roadway ;-( Just a bad day to be out, and inexperienced semi
Excursion on boggers jeep rescue 3
still pulling broken jeep..almost out
Jeep had a broken front axle and broken rear driveshaft.
jeeps winch was also broken
excursion is V10 on 44" boggers with 8" lift
***there is no winching in this video***
Air Down VS Air NotDown
To Air Down or Not to Air Down, that is the Question! In this Video - Why
you should air down, including scientific testing of the difference between
5psi vs 30psi tire pressure.
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