Located in West Sacramento, CA. Automatic, power windows, almost 20,000 miles, Rubicon HD axles with 5:13 gears, Superior axleshafts in the rear, push-button sway bar disconnect, Premier Power Welder with two separate alternators (only Jeep you will find like this until Premier Power Welder gets the bracket I gave them into production) dual Optima batteries, built-in shower, Dodge Viper throttle body with Predator tuning chip tuning system, 35" BFG MT's on Champion Bead Lock Wheels, 3" Black Diamond lift, Terraflex track bars and control rods, relocated super-duty steering dampener, gas tank skid plus lots of other skids, gussets and plating to protect the underside, evap relocater by Kilby, relocated and improved muffler and exhaust system, stronger driveshafts by Sacramento Driveshaft, AFE air filter, Warn rock slider, AEV hood and rear corner protectors, neat Warrior license plate bracket on rear, Kilby front bumper with skid plate that protects the sway bar disconnect and shower heat exchanger, bumper has neat quick-connect inserts for tow bar connection plus shackle mounting points, a Warn PowerPlant air winch with remote control, cable system to brake pedal to apply the brakes when towing (needs optional hitch accessory and works great!) outlet to let the towing vehicle know when the brake is on, another outlet for hooding up brake lights and yet another to tie in the Jeeps rear view Video Camera to the towing vehicle's system. The Jeeps interior rear view mirror has been replaced with a 7" monitor to read any of 7 cameras on the Jeep. You can't see past the rear spare with the stock mirror, this solves that problem plus you can see to hook up a trailer to your RockHard rear bumper with spare tire carrier and two can racks. Yeah, we thought it was foo foo ourselves when TotalVision, the maker of the system, convinced us to add more than the back-up camera. Now we just love it!
Dual tops, both the HardTop and a never-installed factory soft top, CB, Bluetooth radio with CD and Ipod input, LOJAK theft deterrent system, alarm and elect door locks, optional installed HAM radio (for when we do search and rescue work), rear track bar mount strengthened, extra rear view mirror mounts for driving with the doors removed...and a few extras. see http://www.hoodlift.com/JK%202007%20description.html
or episode 7 of JK Owner's TV here: https://www.jkowners.com/tv/
We have driven it from Sacramento, down through the Baja to Bahia De Los Angeles, to Yuma and back and love the way it does the freeways...it drives and handles better than stock! Then we have left West Sacramento and driven up through the Rubicon Trail with the grandkids, stopping to let them play and get craw dads at Rubicon Springs, on through to Tahoe and back home to West Sac in a day. Actually 12 hours. (don't try this with more than two rigs because you will be stopping too often to see how the others are making it and probably have to camp out one day) It's been through the Rubicon (and I'm losing count) maybe 6 times. Sure original stuff has bent and broke the first times; however that's how we found what needed to be strengthened and hardened. Now it goes through with ease and nothing breaks. If you are looking for a bulletproof rig and want to save lots of $$ and months of time building, here it is...ready for Moab, Rubicon or your knarliest trails. And it still looks great! Don't you love JK's???!!!
Oh yeah, it has a HoodLift hood lift and HoodLift TailGate prop too.