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Common Problems With Starting Jeeps

When it comes to starting Jeep engines, the three basic elements needed are air, spark, and fuel. There are a variety of issues that can affect whether or not your rig cranks including heat, cold, fluids, and wear and tear…

0 Comments / 0 View / December 4, 2014

Keep Recovery Gear Accessible

Keep Recovery Gear Accessible

You’re in the middle of nowhere stuck in the sand. Your buddy waits patiently while you paw through your car looking for the recovery strap and gear needed to get you out of your bind. “I know it’s in here…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 13, 2013

Husky How-To Video – Detailed instructions on setting up a weight distribution hitch

Husky How-To Video – Detailed instructions on setting up a weight distribution hitch

Owners of conventional-style trailers can begin each trip with confidence knowing that their tow vehicle and trailer combination are properly set up with the help of an instructional video in the “Safe Towing” page at huskytow.com, the home of Husky Towing…

0 Comments / 15 View / March 18, 2013

Yokohama Tire Corporation’s New ‘Tire Tips’ Educational Video Focuses on How to Choose a Truck/SUV Tire

Yokohama Tire Corporation’s New ‘Tire Tips’ Educational Video Focuses on How to Choose a Truck/SUV Tire

FULLERTON, CA (Aug. 25, 2010) – Consumers looking for guidance on how to choose the right tires for their trucks and SUVs can get answers from Yokohama Tire Corporation’s third installment of Tire Tips, a series of short educational videos…

0 Comments / 0 View / August 25, 2010

Impact vs. Chrome Sockets

Impact vs. Chrome Sockets

Chrome hand sockets and impact sockets have differences that are a lot more than skin deep.  Each is designed and manufactured with specific applications in mind, and they are built to handle that job only.  The user must be careful…

0 Comments / 0 View / January 15, 2010

Jeep Rubicon Tech

Jeep Rubicon Locker Bypass

Jeep really nailed it right on the head when they released the Wrangler Rubicon. With dual lockers, Dana 44 axles at both ends, 31″ tires and more, there is little more that a Jeeper could want from an out-of-the-box rig. One area where the…

0 Comments / 42 View / April 1, 2003

Fasteners - Making the Grade

Fasteners: Making the Grade – A Technical Discussion

Grade 5 vs. Grade 8 Fasteners I have been on a quite a few online email lists over the last 7 years or so, basically since they first came out. From the original Jeep-L list to the XJ-list to the…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 1, 2003

Jeep Wrangler TJ Transmission Mount

How To Replace a Jeep Wrangler (TJ) Transmission Mount

One thing that every Jeeper will eventually need to replace on their trail rig is their transmission mount. It’s one of those unavoidable things that just go with the territory when using (abusing?) our Jeeps. How do you know when your…

0 Comments / 48 View / January 1, 2002