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CLACKEY(_!_) climbs a small hill @ last chance canyon for the momorial project-jk.com run ON NITTO MUD GRAPPLERS WITH A FULL TRACTION 3" ULTIMATE LIFT


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Mayhem to Moab! Jeep TJ Build & Rock Crawl Adventure - Dirt Every Day Ep. 29
Every year in Moab, Utah there is a week of off-roading awesomeness known as the Moab Easter Jeep Safari. On this episode of Dirt Every Day, Fred Williams finally brings home a Jeep TJ he's had his eye on and takes on this last minute build. With only two weeks before his first trail ride in Moab, Fred has to figure out a way to modify his little white Jeep and make it into a tough little rock crawler. Luckily there are a number of easy-to-install parts available for Jeeps. With time ticking away and the red rocks of Utah beckoning, Fred must forgo sleep for coffee in the annual Mayhem to get ready for Moab. Dirt Every Day appears every fourth Thursday on the Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & https://www.facebook.com/DirtEveryDay Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+motortrend/posts Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.4wheeloffroad.com/

Jk @ The Badlands 8/11/07
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Driveway DIY! Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Lift-Kit Install - Dirt Every Day Episode 8
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Performance Automotive Group's Project JK
By now, many people have seen and experienced Performance Automotive Group's Project Jeep JK. This 2007 Jeep JK Wrangler has gone through numerous changes and upgrades, all to develop and test an abundance of Trail Master Suspension, Performance Accessories and OR-Fab products in extreme off-road situations. In its current condition, the Project JK has a variety of components that make it unstoppable on the trail, yet very comfortable and easy to handle. One of the most notable upgrades to the Jeep, is the Trail Master prototype Long-Arm Suspension. This suspension kit is not yet released, but it provides superior axle control with smooth articulation and operation under the most extreme conditions. It's been designed to give the JK traction with a quiet ride, while lifting the vehicle about five inches. The prototype Long-Arm Suspension also uses Trail Master's Flex-Joints, that provide smoother operation and longer life over standard Heim-joints or urethane bushings. The suspension is still undergoing further testing before it will be released but while its in the JK, it was paired up with a set of Fox reservoir shocks that also help keep the ride smooth when the JK is crawling over large obstacles or making a road-trip on the highway. The prototype Long-Arm suspension supports front and rear Currie Rock Jock 60 axles. These axles feature a high-pinion assembly that's used to provide the maximum ground clearance possible in a JK. Inside the housings are a pair of 35-spline axles that are attached to ARB air-lockers and Spyntech free-spinning hubs that turn a set of 5:38 gears. With the added ride height, the Project JK easily fits a set of BFGoodrich 38x13.5x17 inch M/T KM2 tires under Bushwacker fender flares. The tires are mounted to a set of Raceline 17x8-inch beadlock wheels and to make it easy to turn and get precise control over the large tires, a PSC ram-assist steering system is used. Under the hood, the JK's 3.8 liter V6 is augmented with a RIPP Supercharger system that provides nearly 100 extra horsepower to help power the JK up steep inclines and over large rocks with a touch of the throttle. An MBRP Stainless steel Exhaust system also ensures that there's plenty of flow to maintain the engine's performance levels. While the JK's engine and suspension performance keep it steady enough to avoid getting any "trail rash" the OR-Fab products that were designed for the Jeep JK offer an added measure of insurance. These include Jeep JK Rock Slider bars, Body Armor and the popular Stinger front bumper made from 3/16-inch steel plate, and features a 45-degree front hoop made from .120 wall steel tubing. A Warn PowerPlant winch also adds some insurance to get the JK out of any situation and to aid other Jeeps that may need a helping hand on the trial. The rear of the Project JK is protected with OR-Fab's rear Steel Plate bumper that's also made from 3/16-inch steel plate and features two, reinforced D-ring mounts. On top of it, OR-Fab's Spare Tire Carrier secures the 38-inch diameter spare tire without any vibration problems, due to the carriers unique inner fender reinforcement structure. Occupants are also protected with an OR-Fab Sport Cage that offers more leg-room and doesn't interfere with dash components or removal of the JK's hard, or soft-tops. To date, Project JK has been through the toughest trails in Moab, Utah, the Rubicon Trail, Big Bear, California and others. It's also been displayed at a variety of shows across the country, including Jeep Jamboree's, Jeep Beach in Daytona, Florida and many others. Expect to see the Jeep at a variety of future shows this year, including the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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