Please give us a call for help! Building your vehicle can be overwhelming and that's what we're here for. We ONLY recommend reputable brands and stand behind our work. Here are some of the quality brands we trust: MetalCloak – Rock Krawler – Evo Manufacturing – Synergy – Teraflex – Rubicon Express – Ready Lift –Iron Rock –Artec Industries – QA1 Coil Over Systems - Cognito - BDS - Performance Steering Components-
Having a difficult time finding the right wheels/tire combo? All-terrains or mud-terrains? Can I run 35s on my factory wheels without rubbing? 17s or 20s on my jeep? We can help you pick something practical that looks killer. Here are just a few wheel brands that we like: Method Race Wheels – Fuel – ATX – Raceline – Trail Ready – Moto Metal – American Racing – American Force - Vision Wheels - KMC -
Does your front end shake violently after hitting a bump in the road? Death wobble can sometimes be so violent that you have to come to a complete stop. Worn out steering components and lose parts is the primary cause, however it can be a number of things. We offer FREE DEATH WOBBLE SHAKEDOWNS no appointment required. Replacing worn parts is something that needs to be taken care of like regular maintenance. In order to prevent wear on other moving parts that can be costly to replace.
When you’re out on the trails stock bumpers and fenders just dont cut it. They are bulky, UGLY, and frail when it comes to offroading. Not only for protection, but these aftermarket parts can give you more clearance for playing on the trails. From bumping into rocks to tailgaters rear ending your vehicle; body armor makes a huge difference on how your jeep survives life. We can outfit your Jeep or truck to protect itself from these dangers in any way you see fit. Custom powdercoating / SteelIt based coatings available for bare metal parts. Here are my personal favorites for Jeeps: Motobilt – GenRight – Poison Spider – LOD – Evo Manufacturing – Rock Hard 4×4 – Smittybilt – DV8 – Did I say motobilt?
After your lift, wheels, and tires did you feel a power loss? With a larger tire on your vehicle, you need a ring and pinion that turns faster to make up for increased tire circumfrence. This is most noticeable by a decrease in your miles per gallon or loss in accecleration. We can solve this common issue by installing the correct gear set for your vehicle's transmission and tire size. Below I have broken down what I recommend for your jeep in regards to the year, motor size, transmission type, and tire size. Keep in mind, the use of your vehicle plays an equal role in gear selection. Please consult with us to verify gear choice because every vehicle is different. 5.13 is the highest gear set in a Dana 44 that we will warranty in a JK, JL, JT. The pinion on 5.38 gear sets is too small for our comfort, especially if you plan on off-roading! We use Yukon Gear and Axle Gear Sets and install kits. Every Gear job comes with a lifetime warranty, no questions asked. This warranty does not cover damage to your axle housing from your own doing.
’07-11 Jeep Wrangler (1st ratio is for automatic / 2nd ratio for manual)
33″ Tires – 4.56 /4.10
35″ Tires – 5.13 /4.88
37″+ Tires – 5.13 – 5.38 if you have a Rubicon
’12+Jeep Wrangler (1st ratio is for automatic / 2nd ratio for manual)
33″ Tires – 4.56 / 4.10
35″ Tires – 4.88 / 4.56
37″ Tires – 5.13 / 4.88
38-40″ Tires – 5.38