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Throttle Out | How to Choose Shocks for Your Jeep Wrangler

Side-by-Side Off-Road Comparison| Twin-Tube v. Monotube v. Reservoir

PAOLI, Pa. (Mar 12, 2019) – In this episode of ExtremeTerrain’s (XT) “Throttle Out” YouTube series, Ryan Huck visits Teraflex in West Jordan, Utah to talk all about Jeep Wrangler shocks. From piston size and valving, to materials and real-world testing, Ryan spends some one-on-one time with Teraflex’s Chief Technology Officer, Paul Cox, to discuss the three different shock styles before testing them out for himself in the frozen Utahan wilderness.

Shocks have always been a bit of a magical black box to most people. We know that some shocks are “better” than others but this was a great opportunity to get a first-hand look into why, by seeing how they’re built. Hopefully this video will help people understand what they’re buying when shopping for new shocks! — Ryan Huck

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John Stewart

Throttle Out | Jeep Wrangler Off Road Lighting Explained

Flood v Fog v Driving v Spot

PAOLI, Pa. (Mar 5, 2019) – When it comes to Jeep lighting, no one wants to be left in the dark! ExtremeTerrain’s Ryan Huck recently produced this video explaining various types of auxiliary lighting, what they do, and how to use them.

“I’m a huge fan of all sorts of auxiliary lighting but the different types of lights, what they’re good for, and where they should be mounted can be confusing. This video explains all of that and is a must see if you’re thinking of adding lights to your Jeep!” — Ryan Huck

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Throttle Out | Can Ryan's Stock JL Keep Up With his Modded TJ Offroad?

TJ VS JL Wrangler at Rausch Creek Off-Road Park

PAOLI, Pa. (Feb 6, 2019) – In the latest edition of ExtremeTerrain’s (XT) “Throttle Out” YouTube Series, XT host Ryan Huck visits Rausch Creek Off-Road Park in Pine Grove, PA with his new, stock, 2.0L-powered 2018 JL Wrangler 2-door and his trusty, heavily-modified, 1998 TJ Wrangler to give them a proper shake down while comparing how each performs on the trail.

“We knew at the start that the TJ would be able to out-wheel the JL, but I was excited to see what the stock JL could do and I wasn’t disappointed!  It was great to have both of my Jeeps out on the trail and it made me look forward to building my JL even more.” – Ryan Huck

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Throttle Out | Types of Jeep Lift Kits Explained

Leveling vs. Coil Spring Spacer Lift vs. Coil Spring Lift vs. Complete Coil Spring Kit

PAOLI, Pa. (Jan 2, 2019) – In this episode of ExtremeTerrain’s Throttle Out YouTube video series, Ryan Huck talks all about Jeep Wrangler Lift Kits. From Leveling Kits, to Coil Spring Spacer Lifts, to Coil Spring Lifts, and Complete Coil Spring Kits, Ryan discusses their pros and cons, as well as what each type of lift entails and why you might prefer one setup over the other.

“...whether you have a YJ, TJ, JK, or even the new JL this [information] is going to be pretty consistent across all of them...” – Ryan Huck

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Throttle Out | JL Turbo vs V6 Off-road Comparison

Which Jeep Wrangler JL Engine is Best

PAOLI, Pa. (Dec 27, 2018) –ExtremeTerrain’s (XT) Ryan Huck orchestrated a camera crew and two bone-stock JL Wranglers during a trip to Rausch Creek Off-road park to create this Throttle Out episode comparing the new 2.0L Turbo 4-cylinder Wrangler against a 3.6L V6 JL.

“If you were making a decision, just based off of a test like we did today, you would be really hard to find a clear winner.” – Ryan Huck

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