Renovate Your Rig GIVEAWAY from ExtremeTerrian.com!
ExtremeTerrain’s Renovate Your Rig Contest
Show us your Jeep Renovation Build List! Using links to products on the ExtremeTerrain website, put together a lists of products that you would use to renovate your Jeep Wrangler, and take it to the next level. Then, in 3-5 sentences tell us why you chose these products for your specific Rig.
We’ll be asking members from both JeepForum and WranglerForum to participate. The forum with the thread that receives the most responses will be awarded a $500 ExtremeTerrain gift card to a random winner! The 2nd place forum will receive a $300 gift card.
1 build-list post per person
Non wish-list posts will not be counted towards the forum’s total
Winner from both the 1st and 2nd place forums will be selected randomly
I'll update this thread and the matching one on WranglerForum from time to time so you guys can see how you're doing. Let me know if you have any questions, and get posting!
I've been running 32's for a while now and its time to regear to get my power back and plus I've never done work to my diff's so it should be quite the adventure putting new gears in. The bumpers will add the look that I want while providing the performance off road for what I will be doing. And the CAI is just for a little extra kick for my 4 banger.
I just got my first Jeep around two weeks ago, (2008 Wrangler Sahara) and I love everything about it. Currently its all stock, but I am looking forward to putting various mods on it. I want it to look great and be able to handle basic off-roading. I'm constantly researching a lot JK builds and getting different ideas. I have high hopes for my Jeep. It'll come together slowly but surely.
My jeep has changed so much over the last few years. Undoing a half cab conversion and rebuilding it into a capable expedition rig, I had to cut some corners and costs. Like any Jeeper - 37s have always been the dream and just a tad bit out of my budget. Winning would get me within reach of huge tire happiness
Well here is my whole list so far. I am sure there is more I will eventually add but so far this is what I have come up with to modify my ride. Currently, I want to get out on the trails so I think I would go for the lift kit or skid plates first.
So I can finally fill up my hidden winch mount in my '08 Jeep Grand Cherokee. This way I can pull out all the stuck wranglers while 4x4ing.. haha
But seriously, the Grand Cherokee's are heavy, a winch only makes sense on the steep slippery/muddy inclines. Time to get her stuck!
2008 - Jeep Grand Cherokee - 3.0L CRD - Quadra Drive II - GDE Hot-Tune - OME HD Lift Kit - OEM Full Steel Skids
Blue WK Club Member #42 // DIESEL FTW !!!! -Ryan
I guess one of the main ideas is to make perform better. And be a safer Jeep for my family. Who wont let me out the door without asking if they can go too. I too have a long list. But that's what it takes to make of these amazing rigs, even better. Thanks for doing this contest. And good luck to everyone.
Looking to start the frame off restoration in a couple weeks as the weather is getting better! I have 75%of what I need already for the build. The stuff I have chosen from your website would definitely bring the build finish date faster and to the next level.
My Jeep is essential for my life style and it's my DD. Now that own a YJ my first plan is to replace everything. I'm starting with dependability and replacing all the not so fun stuff like radiators, hoses, belts, alternator ect. Then on to the mods for rock crawling
I purchased the Jeep a few years ago and it has been a build in progress since. Was bone stock when I got it, now looks nothing like its old self but could use some more upgrades to increase the wheeling potential.
I definitely could use new tires. 31s on my ZJ now are a little small and quite bald for MTRs with only 1/4 inch of tread depth left. Would like to get a set of 5 new tires in the 33 inch variety. Also chose a dana 35 4.56 ring and pinion for the rear axle in the ZJ and would need to get a 4.56 r&p for a lpd30 still. Regearing would be necessary with the 33s and right now I am stuck with 3:55 gears on 31s and its horribly underpowered on the street and is my daily driver. At this point brings me to my third item I chose being a winch. I need a winch so I chose that for the build as well.
I chose these parts because I need recovery gear for off roading. These brands are well respected and I can trust them in a recovery situation. Good recovery gear can help you get out of bad situations. Being able to recovery yourself and others affects whether you come home late or not.