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4" suspension lift
Clayton Pro Series long arms; 4 link rear, 3 link front. JJs all around
10" Fox coilovers front, 12" outboarded Fox remote reservoirs rear
35" Wrangler MTR-Ks
Hutchinson 15" Rock Monster Beadlocks
Metalcloak 3.5" rear springs with relocated blue torch fab upper perches
UCF High Clearance Skid w/LoPro mount
2.5" Aluminum exhaust with Magnaflow muffler.
Savvy Rear Bumper
Savvy gas tank skid
Metalcloak front fenders with 6" front and rear flares
Metalcloak Rocker guards
Kenwood headunit, 4-channel and mono amps, 10 inch sub, upgraded alpine speakers everywhere
Next Mods: Savvy front bumper, homemade cage, WHEEL IT!
My dad bought his first Jeep when I was 14. A 2004 Rubicon that we've taken to Moab multiple times a year since that time. I was always hooked and knew that once I was out of high school I would definitely need to be getting my own Wrangler. When I was finally able to purchase my own vehicle I found this awesome 2006 Rubicon within my price range. Picked it up and have slowly been changing out all the parts that didn't work for me or were worn. It drives perfectly down the road and is constantly surprising me off-road even though I'm always scheming new ways to afford more parts for it. It is really a lifelong hobby and joy for me. In the near future I hope to get it competition ready for events like the Utah Old School Rock Crawl, and races around the Southwest.
It's really been a great learning experience. Doing things I never thought I would be, like welding, wrenching, and even fiberglass repair and body work!