I thought I would share some details about my JK. I wanted this Jeep to be a capable and reliable trail rig, being as I sometimes go exploring alone. I knew I would need a strong drivetrain, and a winch. I have tried to limit the mods to just those that would improve strength and function, for a basic trail Jeep.
I took the Jeep to Impulse Off Road, in Salt Lake City to do the work. John Williams owns the shop, and has built a lot of capable Jeeps. He races both the KOH race in a highly modified JK, and the short course races at Miller Motorsports Part, in Tooele, UT, in a stadium race truck. This is the third vehicle John has built for me; the other two were a 2010 two door JK and a 2012 GMC Canyon pickup truck.
Here is what we started with, a 2014 2 door JK Sport. It looks so young, and innocent, and unsuspecting.
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Last edited by MOPWR2U; 08-07-2014 at 07:32 PM.