This project is nearing completion, and it sure has been a long haul. This rig showed up with some bumpers and the rack, lights and a few other interior mods. We have installed a Hemi w/Premier Powerwelder Dual battery management system & Kilby OBA, Rubicon Express extreme duty long arm kit, 6" AiROCK, PSC tube fenders front, Rocker Knockers w/step & Crusher Corners w/tube fenders in rear, linked Solid 60, 30 gal Gen-Right tank, Atlas 5:1 4sp t-case w/cable shifters, 37" MTR's w/Champion Beadlocks. We are waiting on the Solid 60 for the front as well as a PSC steering system w/highsteer. This rig has just about everything but the kitchen sink.
We are located in Orangevale California, around 20 minutes east of Sacramento. The shop has been here for just over 9 years. We do anything from mild to wild and I hope to share both sides of that with you all in the future. I will have a couple of JK's to show you as soon as I can get em shot as well as the Meyers TJ that was featured in a recent magazine article. We also have a Bruiser project in the house. And if I can ever get my Tube Fenders on I would like to show you my Hemi LJ as well as my Scrambler. We work on all flavors of Jeeps, as well as any other brand of 4wd. I hope to post up some tech for you all as well when time permits. Let me know if there are any mods you would like to see some tech on and I will see what we can do.
Originally Posted by AzTJ
with 37's, I predict hydro assist in the near future. Jeep looks good!
I knew I forgot to mention something.... Along with the high steer and PSC gear and pump he will be getting their ram assist.
One of the questions I see on every jeep forum I read is 'how do I change my 2.5L to a 4.0 6 cylinder'. Mostly from newbies who have no clue about whats involved in that kind of conversion. Something like that would be pretty cool using a supercharged stroker with step by step, especially the harness and electronics.