Friday, August 10, 2012

Truck Trend Preps a Jeep Wrangler JK for the Great Outdoors


Truck Trend Magazine is a sister publication to Motor Trend Magazine.  They don't typically specialize in highly modified off-road Jeeps and trucks, but they recently published an article covering their buildup of their 2011 Jeep Wrangler JK for moderate off-road use:

10 Ways to Trick Out Your Jeep:
Readying Your Ride for the Great Outdoors


They didn't build a hardcore Jeep, but they made some smart modifications for their intended use as a general-purpose backroad explorer.  Their upgrades included a 3-inch lift kit, front and rear bumpers, a winch, lights, tube doors, a cargo rack, dual batteries, hood struts, and undercarriage armor.


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