This bright yellow jeep was one of the half dozen jeeps that came into the shop last week for some modifications or general maintenance. The owner was planning on a road trip and wanted to flat tow it behind his RV. The DIY crew went through the lift and wiring to get that all set and fabricated a quick front bumper to replace the plastic junk slapped on there by the factory. This jeep is a perfect example of what a mild lift and some 35" tires can do for the appearance and trail readiness of a stock Jeep Wrangler 4 Door.
Well the time finally came for Derek to lift his own jeep so that we could go have some fun on the trails up at Bear Lake. He bought this jeep about 3 months ago and has been grumbling that he hates driving it around in stock form. The 4.5" Rough Country lift went in with no problems and turned out to be a great kit for the money. We spent two nights at the shop lifting the jeep and fabricating some control arm skid plates as well as some pretty serious rock rails. Check out some photos of the jeep’s transformation and check back for some shots of it in action on the trail.
Well it seemed like Jeeps were taking over the shop last week. Throughout the course of the week we saw a 2008 Jeep Wrangler 4 Door (JK), a 2002 Jeep Wrangler (TJ), a 1984 CJ7, a 1998 Jeep Cherokee (XJ), a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ) and another 2002 Jeep Wrangler (TJ) Check out some of these jeeps and look back later in the week for photos of some of the work done. If you have a jeep that needs work, we can handle it!