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Which JL Wrangler Engine is best for you?


ExtremeTerrain's JLU Sahara has been put on extreme duty over the past few weeks as XT host Ryan Huck pumps out review video after review video.  Each video focuses specifically on a different major category with in-depth expert explanation and analysis.  

This week's video is brought to you in part by Engine and Drive-train configurations, shining light on many of the questions out there such as availability, specifications, and special features.  We’re sure you are familiar with the Pentastar V6 but there are so many other options this time around and we thought you would be in interested in finding out more.

 

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2018 JL WRANGLER CONCEPT JEEPS

With the highly-anticipated launch of the new 2018 JL Wrangler, the team at ExtremeTerrain has been hard at work on the next phase of our 2018 JL Wrangler Page. In our latest update, we have added three 2018 JL Wrangler Concept Jeep renderings: Apocalypse Jeep, Beach Jeep, and Overland Jeep. Each JL concept was designed to showcase their unique theme along with an array of corresponding aftermarket parts, taking the JL Wrangler to the next level! Did you ever wonder, “Which front bumper is best for pushing through a horde of zombies?”  Wonder no longer, fam! 

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2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Interior Review

As great as the new JL looks from the outside, we have received quite a few requests regarding the interior due to the number of upgrades and improvements in the latest overhaul. In our latest video, ExtremeTerrain video host Ryan Huck provides us with an in-depth review of all the interior features of XT's Sahara JL.

We all know a lot of people enjoy and have become accustomed to the rough and utilitarian look and feel of the YJ's, TJ’s, and JK’s.  The Sahara JL is a completely different animal, embodying a refined look, all while creating a bit of a hum in the world of Jeep Wrangler. 

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Which Jeep is best Jeep? A 2 door vs 4 door JK Off-Road Comparison from ExtremeTerrain

In this week’s episode of ExtremeTerrain's "Throttle Out", XT Host Ryan Huck visits Rausch Creek to answer the question that’s always on Jeep owner's minds: Which JK is better for off-roading, 2-Door or 4-Door? This age-old debate has been around ever since the JKU debuted in 2007.  Our boy Ryan hits on all the points (and rocks) imaginable. With the 2-door, one of the most notable differences is the shorter wheelbase in comparison to the 4-door, but what does that actually mean when it comes to off-roading capabilities?

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Easy rear light

On a plane bound for somewhere as August draws to a close…. That “somewhere” is Sacramento for the quarterly Board of Directors meeting of the California Four Wheel Drive Association.  My hiatus from air travel is over.  While I enjoy road trips and scenic sights, time is becoming a pressing factor.

With summer drawing to a close and surgery to fix a ruptured disk in my neck and fuse vertebrae healing nicely, time to turn attention to projects left dormant.

I did complete wiring of a rear light on my Jeep; just an added cosmetic touch.  I love Cabela’s backroom deals.  The latest find was an open box backup light for an ATV.  Just the size to bolt onto my Garvin Industries Wilderness Rack.  The price was right and all parts were in the ripped box.

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