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"
FOR ALL YOU PEOPLE HATING ON THE MUSIC, ITS NOT ALL RAP. THERE'S HARD ROCK
LATER ON. REGARDLESS, IF YOU DONT LIKE IT... USE THE MUTE BUTTON!
2006 Grand Cherokee Quadra-Drive II HEMI SWAMPED testing snorkles after it floats
This is a fully armored WK with a 4" Superlift, all 4X Guard armor, dual
interior snorkles, HEMI Superchips, Controller made just to beat the snot
out of. We are testing the watertight integrity of the snorkles at the
time. The water is VERY COLD, so cold eventually I could not feel the
hitch/wire plug in and my friend had to help me plug it in. I would not
have gotten stuck except my Jeep floated and the wheels were not fully on
the mud/ground. Since this video,
was filmed the carpets are gone, it has a Rhino interior and 2 500 GPH
bilge pumps for 1000 GHP pumping so more than enough to pump water out as
it only enteres in through the doors. This also uses the 4XGuard portable
cradle. with a WARN M8000 that functioned 100% perfectly after sitting
under water for 15 minutes (video is edited). All compjuters have now been
sealed, relocated and the only way she will die is a fire-lol. This has
been driven in the Delaware River already and I am working on a water
crossing propulsion system with prop and flotation so she can cross
anywhere as we have a lot of water in our area and this Jeep may end up in
Thailand where I stay to wheel and drive around.
1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Mudding
Playing around in my totally stock '99 Grand Cherokee. Tires are about 1/4
tread. Did pretty good for what it is. Maybe planning a 3'' lift if i dont
sell it for a wrangler...
WJ Jeep Grand Cherokee @ offroad track
Stock '99 quadra-trac II 3.1 td in an off road private track, day ended
with a recovery strap and a broken transfer case chain.
-raduno del 30-10-2011 organizzato dal club ferrara4x4 presso la loro pista
Jeep WJ Long Arm Suspension 4" Lift Install from IRO Grand Cherokee
This is my new project vehicle, a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee with only
100,000 miles on it.
The goal is to make a reliable daily driver that would also be fairly
capable as an off road rig for as cheap as possible. I sold my truck for
$5,000 and bought this thing for $4,000 leaving a little room for
improvements right out of the gate. I started with the Iron Rock Offroad
4" lift and some rock sliders. Next I bought some Hankook Dynapro M/T
tires size 265/75 R16.
This video shows the install of the suspension upgrades and sets up the
maiden voyage of the Jeep into the wilds of Death Valley...
Stay tuned for part 2 coming soon of the shakedown trip!