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John Stewart

ExtremeTerrain’s Ryan Huck Builds Up His 1998 TJ Wrangler

MALVERN, Pa. (April 12, 2017) – In this month’s episode of Throttle Out, ExtremeTerrain’s Video Host Ryan Huck goes over his 1998 TJ Wrangler build and upgrades the interior with some new seats. Ryan has owned his TJ since he was 16, modding it up over the years. Once serving as his daily driver, Ryan’s Wrangler got reserved for snowy weather and off-roading after he added a set of BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 35” tires.

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John Stewart

Jeep® and Mopar Brands Reveal New Concept Vehicles for 51st Annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari

  • Jeep® Grand One celebrates the 25th anniversary of the 1993 Grand Cherokee ZJ
  • Jeep Safari delivers optimal views for all passengers while providing protection from the elements
  • Jeep Quicksand is a hot rod-inspired Wrangler built for sand dunes
  • Jeep Trailpass delivers Compass Trailhawk capability with added utility and cargo
  • Jeep Switchback boasts added capability with 4-inch lift kit, 37-inch tires and Dana 44 axles
  • Jeep CJ66 makes its Moab debut, fusing a trio of vehicle generations and fueled by a Mopar 345 Crate HEMI® Engine Kit
  • Jeep Luminator delivers the ultimate in lighting performance
  • Vehicles showcase a variety of Jeep Performance Parts available to enthusiasts -
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Big Cheese

5 Things to Know About Your First Off-Road Adventure

An off-road adventure is often a fascinating experience. However, it can be scary, especially if you don’t know the basics. You need to take some few minutes to prepare yourself and the vehicle. Here are critical steps you might want to consider.

Know Your Vehicle

Take the vehicle’s manufacturer’s manual and read through it to help you know how it works. For instance, you need to determine whether the vehicle has a high or low ground clearance. A vehicle with a good off-road ability should have a higher ground clearance. The manual will also help you understand how to lock the vehicle in four-wheel drive and when to apply it.

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John Stewart

New 2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon: Even More Off-road Capability

Increased 4x4 capability and protection from the most rugged terrain, courtesy of a front axle upgrade, enhanced off-road rock rails and heavy-duty cast differential covers

February 6, 2017 , Auburn Hills, Mich. - Already the most capable production vehicle in the world, Jeep® Wrangler is about to deliver even more capability – specifically more protection from the most severe, rugged off-road terrain – with the addition of the new Wrangler Rubicon Recon. Improved off-road prowess is a result of a stronger front axle, enhanced rock rails and heavy-duty cast differential covers.

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John Stewart

Perfect 4-Wheel Drive Weekend


Enjoying the view and a glass of wine after a day on the trail. 

What makes the perfect 4WD trip? Close your eyes and think about that for a moment. Picture the ideal off-road adventure. What does it look like? 

I got to thinking about this the other day. I had just returned from a couple days off road. I was sitting in my favorite chair, with my feet up and my left hand occupied with some of nature’s golden nectar. While relaxing (meaning, the tequila was kicking in), I had the chance to reflect. It dawned on me that, yeah, this is a pretty neat hobby. Four wheeling allows us to escape the grind of urban life for a few hours and become immersed in Mother Nature. Just can’t beat it. 

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