If you plan on taking your Jeep Wrangler off-road at all, then you really should consider these 7 add-ons. A Jeep guy shares his top aftermarket Jeep parts for new Jeep owners.
Where do you turn when you have a specific Jeep question? I often turn to a Jeep forum. See why these are my favorite Jeep forums – I’ve listed the pros and cons of each.
We got a 3-inch lift kit and new tires for our 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. It was the best thing we ever did for the Jeep! Here are a few things I learned AFTER the fact about adding Jeep lift kits & tires.
See the difference after installing Xenon headlights in a Jeep Wrangler! Before and after photos + 7 reasons Xenon headlights are better than Halogen lights
5 Jeep Wrangler rear window dilemmas that every Jeep owner faces. With my own firsthand experience and the advice of other Jeepers, you’ll know what to do!
You basically just remove the nuts from the bottom of the pins or bolts that hold the Jeep door in the door hinge, then lift up and out. Here are the 4 easy steps to remove your Jeep doors.
Wondering how to open the Sunrider portion of the Jeep soft top — so you’re riding around as if you have the sunroof open (rather than lowering the entire soft top on your Jeep)? Here are the step-by-step instructions for turning your Jeep Wrangler’s soft top into a sun roof…
We had a hard top for our ’90 Jeep Wrangler. We used the hard top in the winter and a bikini top in the summer. Here are the best hard tops for Jeep Wranglers…
If you’ve got a Jeep Wrangler and you need a new soft top for your Jeep, there are actually a number of replacement soft tops to choose from. Here is what’s available in terms of replacement soft tops for Jeep Wranglers.
Ever since the day we got it, Jim has been wanting to add some lift to our Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Not much, just enough to give us a little breathing room offroad and allow us to put some bigger tires on the Jeep. Here is the lift kit we ultimately decided to get. Plus info about the new tires & wheels we’ll be adding at the same time.
When the soft top is down on our Jeep, we use the Clover Patch Jeep Window Cover to protect and store the Jeep’s windows. We like this one best because the Clover Patch is an all-in-one system — so everything stays in the Jeep! Yet it’s completely out of the way and you don’t even notice it’s there.
The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited TJ was introduced late in the 2004 model year. Jeep added the Rubicon trim to the Unlimited model in 2005. And the JK 4-door model with a longer wheelbase made its debut in 2007. Those who enjoy taking their Jeep Wranglers offroad will appreciate having even more room inside for passengers and cargo with the Unlimited model. But there’s actually much more to the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited than just that…
Tenor is part black lab, part great pyrenees and part Jeep dog. This is the story of how one dog earned his Jeep legs, and became accustomed to long car rides in preparation for being the world’s best RV road dawg.
Here’s a run-down of everything you need to consider if your Jeep has a soft top…
Here’s a video we made that shows how to remove the soft top from a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
I snapped this photo as we were riding around in our Jeep Wrangler — with the top down. This is us… just motoring on down the road.
How do you clean vinyl Jeep windows? Which product should you use to clean your Jeep’s soft top windows? There are many to choose from, yet not all are safe for plastic windows, and some will even cause Jeep windows to fog, yellow or crack. Here are the top three commerical products on the market which were designed with the automotive industry in mind: Raggtopp, 303 Protectant, and Plexus.
Here’s how to care for your plastic Jeep windows during the winter months. Specifically: how to remove snow and ice from plastic windows and vinyl windows — such as those on a Jeep Wrangler soft top and other cars with convertible tops.
Tips for Jeep owners with Sunrider Soft Tops. When rain is inevitable, but your Sunrider Top is open — or your Soft Top is entirely down — here are the best places to put the top up in a hurry. Plus, how to do it quick and info about the Jeep window storage bag we use.
Here’s a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited review. For the most part, it’s ALL positive — there are far more pros than cons to Jeep Unlimiteds. Overall, a Jeep Wrangler is comfortable. It’s practical. And, it’s FUN! Enjoy this Jeep Unlimited review…
The bizarre story of how we acquired our 2004 Jeep TJ Unlimited. It’s a review of sorts… but much more than that. Do you name your vehicles? See why we named this Jeep ‘AJ’…
For years, Jim has been the Jeep lover in our family. For the most part, I’ve been the quiet Jeep passenger — both on-road and off. But who knew, that I would become a future owner of a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited? And an almost new one at that?!