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    How to fully disable traction control and other electronic nannies on your Jeep Wrangler JK

    Why would you need to disable the traction control and other electronic nannies on your JK you might ask? When turning off the traction control using the switch on the dashboard, it's not actually fully disabled. The electronic nannies will still kick in in off-roading situations. The issue with...
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    Jeep Wrangler JK Gas Tank Overflow Fix

    I am posting this guide to show how to fix the JK gas tank overflow issues. I know a lot of people have this problem, and for $40 and 15 minutes of work, why not fix it? The replacement procedure is straight forward and doing it yourself will save you some money in labor and spilled gas. First...
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    10% eBay bucks until 12/19

    For anyone who shops on eBay occasionally, this is a killer deal! 10% eBay bucks until 12/19. Normally eBay bucks don't add up to much, but when they have a 10% deal like...
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    There's no such thing as "DOT approved" headlights

    I wanted to put this out there since it seems to be a commonly perpetuated internet myth that there is such thing as "DOT approved" when it comes to headlights. First, let's define some terms: SAE – The Society of Automotive Engineers is a U.S.-based, globally active professional association...
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    Amazon Deal of the Day: Noco Boost Jump Starters

    Here's an amazing deal (deal of the day) on Amazon for the Noco boost jump starters. Everyone should own one of these. I've been using ours for years and love it...
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    Jeep Scrambler Christmas Ornament

    Saw this at Hallmark today and couldn't resist! Jeep Wrangler Scrambler Christmas Ornament
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    What do you think about 189k for this Gladiator?
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    How to Install Raxiom Factory GPS Rear Back-up Camera Kit on your Jeep Wrangler JK

    INSTALL TIME 1 hour TOOLS REQUIRED 7mm Socket & Driver 10mm Socket 10mm Open end wrench Knife / Razor blade Zip-ties Wire Cutters Needle nose pliers Electrical Tape Flat head screw driver T-30 Torx driver 5/16” Drill bit & Drill Plastic Splice clips (not included in kit) Plastic trim tool...
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    You know you've gone too far with the PlastiDip when...
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    Check out this new Gladiator

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    Do you think this is a good price for this Jeep?

    Do you think this is a good price for this Jeep? 😂🤣😂🤣🤷‍♂️😁
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    JK Lift Install & Suspension Lessons Learned

    I am doing this write up to help inform JK owners what to look out for and how to set start the process of setting up their JK's during and after a lift. This write up is not intended to be a "How to" as lifting a JK is the same as lifting a TJ in most regards other than steering, and I have not...
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    A JK with smoke stacks?

    I've seen a lot of strange looking JKs before, but this one is certainly up there:
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    Is the Alpine i209-WRA worth the money?

    To anyone who has this, is it worth the money? 🤷‍♂️
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    Would you pay 194k for this JK?

    Would you pay 194k for this JK?
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    Do it for the Gram: How social media has ruined overlanding

    I found this to be a good read, and so true too!
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    How to Plasti-dip Wheels on a Jeep Wrangler JK

    When it comes to wheels, changing their looks usually requires replacing them, which can be a very costly task. If you're like most Jeep Wrangler owners and you bought a Jeep with stock wheels, you change their colors and thus their entire look. Plasti-Dip offers a protective coat that goes on...
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    How to Install Wheel Spacers on a Jeep Wrangler JK

    The Jeep Wrangler is a mean looking car, but if you want it to look even meaner, nothing can do that as much as a wider stance. Wheel spacers are little steel devices that bolt onto the rotors, which creates a bit of space so the wheels stick out. There has been a long debate about if they are...
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    How to Replace Wheel Studs on a Jeep Wrangler JK

    The Jeep Wrangler's wheels are held in place by wheel studs. The lug nuts go over the studs to hold the wheels in place when you're driving. Sometimes, these studs could get stripped, it could happen by over-tightening the lug nuts when you're replacing the tire. The more stripped they are, the...