Properly fit 31inch Tires on Jeep

Fit 31inch Tires On Your Jeep

The first upgrade people usually do to their Jeeps is a new set of tires and walls, but there are right ways and wrong ways to make sure you have the proper clearence for your new tires so you don't tear em up. This article details how you can properly fit 31inch tires on your Jeep today!

Dash Upgrade: Auto Meter Gauges

Dash Upgrade: Auto Meter Gauges

When I decided to rebuild the dash in my '91 Wrangler the choice of replacement gauges was an easy one: Auto Meter Phantom Gauges. Auto Meter is the number one choice for after market gauges. Their product and customer support is second to none.

Bilstein 5150 Shock Review

Bilstein 5150 Shock Review

If you are looking for the best shocks for your Jeep, Bilstein is the only name you need to remember. The Bilstein 5150 is availabe from 6.5" to a long travel 14" shock. The Bilstein 5150 series first production monotube, high gas pressure, fixed, CrossFlow reservoir shock absorber with excellent cost and performance ratio.

Jeep 1 Ton High Steering Upgrade

Jeep 1 Ton High Steering Upgrade

After swapping the axles from the Waggy into my YJ and using the Waggy leafs for SOA I knew I was going to run into steering binding issues just by looking at it. After lots of research and thought I decided to go with the double arms from Rockstomper.

Wrangler AMC 360 Engine Swap

Wrangler AMC 360 Engine Swap

A brief writeup on the engine swap I did from a 1981 Jeep Wagoneer to my 1991 Wrangler YJ. I replaced the tired 4cyl engine with a rebuilt AMC 360. Just a small power upgrade...

Jeep TJ Flares Installed on YJ Wrangler

Jeep TJ Flares Installed on YJ Wrangler

Well, I'm sure you've read everywhere online and have heard that once you get bigger tires, you should install TJ flares on your YJ. Is this really worth cutting at your tub to get you more clearance under the wheel well to stuff your big'Ol tires. How much space can this really give you? How hard is it?