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  • Product of the Week – Jeep JK BootBars

    Grabar-BootBars-black-app -04From the makers of the popular GraBars, check out these new BootBars! On older model Jeep CJs and Wranglers, the outer edge of the tub provided the perfect surface for the driver and front passenger to brace their outside foot while on the road. However, on the newest generation, the Jeep Wrangler JK and 4-door JK Unlimited, this lip has been removed for ergonomic reasons, which means that the body of the new Jeep Wrangler does not extend up past the floor, save for the smallest lip.Grabar-BootBars-blackThis complete redesign posed a unique problem; for some, this means an uncomfortable leg angle and footrest when compared to the older Jeeps. For others, a more outbound footrest is desirable; for example, like the ones found on a motorcycle. If this is you, and you want a new foothold, or if you simply want a footrest to complement the handhold provided by your set of GraBars, look no further!Grabar-BootBars-pinkThese BootBars are for the newest generation Jeep Wrangler JK and JK Unlimited, and feature the same durable dual layer rubber grips found on the GraBars, and come with a lifetime warranty. Nuts and bolts are included, and the BootBars come powder-coated; they even feature a drawstring carry bag, perfect for storing the BootBars in your center console or glove compartment when you put the doors back on your JK. Just like the GraBars, BootBars can be ordered with black, red, and pink colored grips!Grabars-BootBar_101Check out our selection of BootBars here, as well as the ever-popular GraBars product line. Order yours today, from RubiTrux.com!

  • Product of the Week, Bad Boy Buggies

    bad-boy-buggies-group-shot-boone-2For our Product of the Week, we're covering our new inventory of Bad Boy Buggies! If you've driven by the shop over the past couple of weeks, you may have noticed what appeared to be lifted golf carts outside by some of the Jeep Wranglers. Don't let the appearance fool you, however, these little vehicles are not golf carts. Offered in a variety of configurations, from independent suspension, electric motors, or hybrid electric/gas, to name a few options, these vehicles are tough, quick off the line, and best of all, silent – perfect for that hunting or outdoor expedition - and we're your new dealer, located right in Boone!bad-boy-buggies-group-shot-booneA lifted golf cart may be a common sight down at the beach, but what happens when you need to go offroad? How about lessening your area of disturbance while out hunting? Bad Boy Buggies feature IFS (independent front suspension), while IRS (independent rear suspension) is an option, depending on what vehicle you choose. These buggies are four-wheel drive, and come standard with knobby swamper tires and black powder coated “wagon-wheels”; the batteries, situated just under the front seat, add a good amount of weight to the buggies, increasing traction (just in case you've doubted the ability of this vehicle in the mud; we can assure you, it'll dig with the best of 'em) - seatbelts and headrests are also featured on the 4WD Sport models. There is also a work series by Bad Boy Buggies, featuring the XD model with a hybrid 22hp diesel and electric engine and 1,600lbs max load, for those wanting a 4x4 buggy oriented towards heavy lifting and the job site, rather than a silent expedition in the woods.

    bad-boy-buggies-recoil-is-4x4-passengerBad Boy Buggies also offers a sport series model with a hybrid gas and electric engine, known as the Ambush IS 4x4; a neat feature of this vehicle is that while the gas engine is running, you can charge the batteries, ensuring around the clock operation. A long-wheelbase model, the Recoil IS 4x4 Crew, can seat four, while sporting a dump-bed on the rear of the buggy, while the HDe 2WD model is more family oriented, featuring two front facing seats, and a rear bench seat in the back. For more information, and to check out the specs of these awesome 4x4's, check out our new Boone Bad Boy Buggies website. We're still bringing everything up to date, so if you see something that you have any questions about, let us know!bad-boy-buggies-recoil-is-crew-passenger4x4's, even electric buggies, aren't complete without accessories. Like lift kits and big tires on Jeeps and 4x4 trucks, these Bad Boy Buggies can be kitted out for the job and terrain at hand. We've got everything from new wheel and tire combinations, gun racks, hard cases for rifles, marine speakers, Warn winches, and even LED lighting! Whatever your need, give us a call, we're constantly on the lookout for more accessories to ensure that your Bad Boy Buggy will meet the job at hand, whether out hunting in the woods, or hauling a cooler of drinks and food across the campground.bad-boy-buggies-white-frontSo next time you're in town, drop by the shop and check out these Bad Boy Buggies, as well as the line of accessories that we carry, and let us know how we can build one for you! Whether you're looking for a two-seater model, a Crew version, or the 2WD HDe, we can outfit one of these capable vehicles for you!bad-boy-buggies-group-shot-boone-3

  • 1998 Jeep Wrangler Sport Line-X

    jeep--wrangler-tj-linex-anvil-mud-grappler-driver-frontYou may remember from our last update that we've had several unique Jeep Wrangler TJs roll through the shop here at RubiTrux over the past week or so. Last week we covered the 1999 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sahara with the 34” Super Swampers; this week, we had a black 1998 Jeep Wrangler Sport come in for a 2.5” lift, Line-X treatment in the Anvil color, which is a current 2015 factory color option for Jeep Wrangler JK and Unlimited JKU models, as well as a new wheel and tire combination. The wheels are 2015 Jeep Wrangler JKU Rubicon take-offs, and the tires are Nitto Mud Grapplers. In addition to these upgrades, this TJ also has a hardtop, full-doors, and flat Bushwacker Fender Flares.jeep--wrangler-tj-linex-anvil-mud-grapplerWith this TJ having the Sport package, instead of the Sahara, it lacks some of the factory options, such as the unique colored interior and seating found on the Sahara, but it still features the same legendary 4.0L Inline-6. For those of you unfamiliar with early TJ models, the basic three were the SE, which came with a 2.5L Inline-4, the little brother to the Inline-6, the Sport, which had more options, as well as the 4.0L Inline-6, and the top of the line Sahara, which featured the aforementioned unique interior and appearance package, and, of course, the 4.0L. These models came standard with manual transmissions, but could be equipped with automatic transmissions, as well as different combinations of full-doors, hard tops, half doors, or soft tops, depending on the model in question.jeep--wrangler-tj-linex-anvil-mud-grappler-passengerIn short, this is a 1998 Jeep Wrangler Sport, with quite a few options from the factory, such as the full-doors and hard top combination, although the mirrors have been switched out with late model TJ parts at some point. These options go really well with the Line-X treatment, in that the entire vehicle could be coated. This cuts down on road noise, and also translates into less upkeep with cleaning the vehicle. Also, the Line-X features UV protection, and is impervious to fading, as well as brush and most debris encountered in the woods or on the trail, save for a large tree or rock, so the finish will remain the same for years to come, even with off-road use. The mild lift and upsized mud tires means that this Jeep will have no problem climbing into or out of various situations and scenarios, although for more serious offroading, we would recommend lockers of some sort, as well as upgrading or replacing the Dana 35.jeep--wrangler-tj-linex-anvil-mud-grappler-driverTo wrap this update up, we started with a customer's clean, low mileage 1998 Jeep Wrangler TJ, and with the mild lift and Line-X treatment added, as well as the Nitto M/T tires, this Jeep is set to conquer a variety of terrain, on-road or on the trail, while remaining scratch-proof, fade-resistant, and easy to clean. We think the owner will enjoy this unique build, as well as many more years of service provided by the reliable AMC designed Inline-6, body and paint protection by the Line-X, and the touch of modern style from the 2015 take-off Rubicon wheels! As you can see in the background, we've got some new 4x4 vehicles at the shop, so stay tuned for more!

  • 1999 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sahara

    jeep-wrangler-tj-green-sahara-tsl-super-swamper-low-passengerThis week at RubiTrux, we've had a few TJ's come through the shop. This 1999 Jeep Wrangler Sahara was brought in by the second owner. The customer purchased this TJ from an elderly couple who towed it behind a motor home for most of it's life. We estimate that it has around 40,000 running miles, and while the frame and undercarriage have some surface rust, with it's prior life being in the mountains, we consider this TJ to be in pristine condition. The inside of this vehicle is very clean, and with care, this Jeep will provide many more years of reliable service.jeep-wrangler-tj-green-sahara-tsl-super-swamper-frontThis TJ came to us in stock form, with no aftermarket upgrades, making it a perfect platform for a RubiTrux build. The upgrades to this Sahara include a 3.5” Rubicon Express lift kit, Warn front and rear bumpers, and a Warn tire carrier. The reason this Jeep Wrangler TJ is so unique however, is the wheel and tire combination. Mounted on classic 15x8 Mickey Thompson wheels are 34x9.50 Super Swamper TSL tires.jeep-wrangler-tj-green-sahara-tsl-super-swamper-tireThe owner already has a CJ-5 equipped with Super Swamper TSL “pizza-cutters”, and wanted to couple the off-road ability of this classic Jeep with the amenities of the late 1990's Jeep Wrangler TJ platform. Being an older model Sahara, this TJ has all of the bells and whistles, including the 4.0L Inline-6 engine, which commonly runs well over the 300k mileage mark. In short, although this Jeep is straight out of 1999, in our opinion, it has just finished the break in period, and the bulletproof Inline-6 will provide countless miles and hours of service yet to come.jeep-wrangler-tj-green-sahara-tsl-super-swamperUp until 2007, with the introduction of the Jeep Wrangler JK, the older Jeep CJ series, as well as the first two generations of the Jeep Wrangler, shared some key similarities, especially in regards to size and the general layout of the tub, fenders, and frame. The two big differences that come to mind are the square headlights of the YJ, and the coil sprung suspension of the Jeep Wrangler TJ. With that in mind, this Jeep TJ will provide a roughly similar platform to the CJ-5, albeit with a more comfortable ride, air-conditioning, and the power of the fuel-injected Inline-6. We hope that the owner enjoys this build, and we wish him the best in continuing the Jeep tradition, whether sporting a CJ-5 from the 1970's or a Jeep Wrangler TJ from 1999!

  • Anvil JK-8 Rubicon

    jeep-wrangler-jk-8-anvil-driver-side-frontThe JK-8 Rubicon, mentioned in a previous post arrived back from paint late last week. Since then, it has had a 2.5” AEV Lift Kit added and 35” BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires. This JK-8 is not slated to become a farm truck like the 2015 Tank model, however, it is just as capable, and comes with all of the Rubicon options, such as the 4:1 Rock-Track Transfer Case, Dana 44's and Electronic Lockers. However, the 2.5” lift and 35s will allow for more ground clearance than the Tank model, which was shipped out with a simple leveling kit and the stock 32” M/T tires.jeep-wrangler-jk-8-anvil-passenger-sideOnce the vehicle returns from paint, it proceeds straight to the garage bay. The lift kit is then installed; also on the build sheet are Llumar window tinting, and a trailer hitch. With the stock tow rating of the base JKU, this JK-8 can tow all sorts of small trailers, hauling dirt bikes, 4-wheelers, or small boats with ease. In addition to the towing capabilities, the JK-8 also features a 44-inch by 50-inch steel bed, perfect for stowing tents, folding chairs, or other camping gear. Meanwhile, the removable freedom panels and half-cab top ensure that the driver and occupant of the JK-8 can still enjoy the classic open air experience of the Jeep Wrangler.jeep-wrangler-jk-8-anvil-driver-side-rear-quarter-bedThe JK-8 Pickup Conversion is an official MOPAR kit, and features the stamped sheet metal body panels for the new truck bed, the steel bed itself, freedom panel assemblies, a fiberglass half-cab hardtop with a sliding rear window, a fiberglass bulkhead, and unique JK-8 badges. After the kit is installed, the truck bed is Line-X'd, and a fold down tailgate, while not part of the kit itself, is certainly optional.jeep-wrangler-jk-8-anvil-front-passenger-sideIf you are interested in converting your JK Unlimited, or ordering a JK-8 through us, be sure to contact Reggie Perry direct at 828-406-3031. Conversions start at $13,500, plus add-ons. Whether you're looking for the classic CJ-8 Scrambler resemblance, or the utility of a truck bed in your Jeep, the JK-8 is for you! Call today, and don't forget to check out our prior builds here!

  • Product of the Week – GraBars

    This week, we're showcasing a new product line from GraBarsUSA! Aptly named, these GraBars bolt on grab handles are a great addition to your Jeep Wrangler. Mounted at the top corners of the windshield frame, or at the factory roll bar forward of the rear seat, they are perfect for an assist while entering or exiting from the vehicle, and also provide a solid object to hold onto while offroad and on the trail!RedGrabarsCab1GraBars are available for both YJ and TJ Wranglers, as well as the newest generation, the Wrangler JK and JK Unlimited 4-door. GraBars mount to existing OEM holes, and require no drilling for installation. However, if you have the plastic trim around the top and sides of the windshield, present on later-model TJ's and the current generation JK and JKU, slight modification may be required. On the JK and JKU, GraBars are offered for both front and rear occupants, as seen in the third image down. All GraBar variants, including those for the older generation Wranglers, can be ordered with dual layered black, red, or pink rubber grips.FrontBlack2FrontPassPink1GraBars are made right here in the USA, and are constructed from 3/4” solid steel, not tubing, feature a lifetime warranty from defects and workmanship, and come with 12.9 Strength Black Oxide Steel Bolts (for the OEM mounting points). The GraBars powder coat includes UV protection, so even with the top off for days on end, rest assured, that the finish will not be faded or otherwise damaged by the sun.RedGrabars12With many owners choosing to add lift kits and larger, offroad tires to their Jeep Wranglers, GraBars provide a high quality, easy to reach handle that greatly helps in climbing into or out of your ride. Of course, they work just as well with a stock vehicle, and even better, when used in conjunction with a set of side rails or steps, give you the ultimate hand and footholds for your Jeep. Check out our entire line of GraBars products at RubiTrux.com today!BackerBoard2



  • Line-X Exterior Protective Coating

    Here at RubiTrux, we offer the option of having the exterior of your build coated in Line-X. This gives your vehicle a unique look, plus the added resistance to scratching or marring the appearance of your ride on the trail. Cleaning the vehicle is a snap, just pressure wash the exterior; no need to worry about waxing, or a chipping clear coat or fading paint job down the road. The current make of Line-X features UV protection, meaning it will not fade, crack, or peel over time.custom-line-x-jeep-wrangler-rubicon-angleOn the exterior, we can add Line-X to the body, hard top, or fenders of your build; with the Line-X, everything is still removable and interchangeable, so if you want to switch out the fenders at a later date, or add a soft top instead of the factory hard top, it will not negatively impact the Line-X coating. If you want the interior floor pans Line-X'd as well, this is certainly an option, although many customers choose to retain the factory OEM carpet set over the more spartan interior afforded by the Line-X.2014-black-linex-front-angle-3146022015-custom-jeep-wrangler-jk-line-x-anvil

    As seen above, for the Jeep to be coated, the stock vehicle must be completely stripped down, and then reassembled afterwards. We can paint match to all factory Jeep colors, should you wish to retain your OEM paint code. Above, the factory Jeep colors of Anvil (bottom), and black (top), are shown. Afterwards, the vehicle is brought back into the shop, and the lift kit, tires, bumpers, and all of the off-road accessories are added.custom-line-x-jeep-wrangler-anvil-sideWhether you are looking to protect your Jeep from brush and rock rash on the trail, or from an errant bicycle or piece of lawn equipment while parked inside the garage, a full Line-X protective coating has you covered! If you're in town, stop by and check out our inventory, we usually have a Line-X Wrangler in stock; ask about pricing and options over the phone, or at the shop, today!


  • 2005 Jeep Liberty Renegade 4x4

    This week at RubiTrux, we're going to start by showcasing one of our used vehicles, the 2005 Jeep Liberty Renegade 4x4. The previous owner traded this in on one of our builds, and had over 40k invested. The entire front end and suspension have been reworked, allowing the Liberty to fit 35" M/T tires. Total lift is about 5", with a Jeepin' by Al 2" K Member Cradle Drop, new front steel upper A Arms, and a Tri-Angulated 4 Link at the rear axle.To help turn the 35" Tires, the Liberty has been regeared to 4.88; the lift kit is also equipped with Bilstein 5100 shocks. To provide more traction offroad, ARB air lockers, front and rear, as well as an ARB Air Compressor, were added. Skid plates, bumpers, and rock rails  protect the underside of the Liberty, as seen below. custom-jeep-liberty-front-skid-plate-on-liftThe armor package includes a front steel brush guard skid plate, an engine guard skid plate, and an engine/transmission skid plate, by 4xGuard, as well as a Skid Row Fuel Tank Skid Plate, and steel differential covers, by ARB and Jeepin' by Al.The rear of the Liberty features a Rock Lizard Zombie Apocalypse Rear Bumper, and the Rock Lizard Gecko Sport Roof Rack is also visible. Rounding out the Rock Lizard accessories, the Monitor Front Bumper and Winch Plate, as well as the Rock Sliders, can be seen below. Also to note, there is a Line-X protective coating on the bumpers, sliders, armor, and the bottom of the running frame. The rear axle has been pushed back 2" for flex, and there is custom fabrication in the front wheel wells, allowing ample room for the 35s.custom-jeep-liberty-liftedThe liberty also features a towing package, JBA steel brake lines, front and rear, MOPAR KJ brakes, drums, and rotors, lighting by PIAA and Rigid Industries, and an Alpine sound system, as well as a Kenwood Bluetooth microphone and backup camera. The interior also has Wet Okole front seat covers, and Bandic Blu premium switches for all of the accessories, seen below.The above add-ons and more make this a truly unique vehicle. This Liberty has only 138k on the clock, and with over 40k invested, is a great deal for the next lucky owner at  $15,500.00. This 4x4 is certainly a head turner, and is in great condition. Come by and check it out today, only at RubiTrux!

  • 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport Line-X

    This custom Cherokee by Rubitrux is a personal vehicle here at the shop, and as such, was equipped to handle the winter elements found in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Boone, North Carolina, sits at 3,333 feet above sea level, which means that snow, ice, and inclement weather are commonplace during the colder months of the year. This also translates to more corrosion during the winter, as the local DOT will salt the main roads constantly. With a four-wheel drive vehicle like a Jeep, used year round for all weather transportation, rust prevention is a must. To address these issues, an almost rust-free, 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport was chosen as the base vehicle.custom-jeep-cherokee-rack-lightsThis XJ, while being mostly rust free, had a few areas of surface rust under the floorboards, but with less than 100k on the 4.0L Inline-6, it was a great starting platform for a Rubitrux build. The first order of business was to strip out the interior of the vehicle, followed by the removal of the grille, door handles, and other exterior parts that would interfere with the Line-X coating. Afterwards, the lift kit was installed, and the Jeep was sent to Line-X.cuatom-jeep-cherokee-inside-stripped

    cuatom-jeep-cherokee-line-x-bareAfter the Line-X job was completed, the Cherokee was brought back into the shop, and the few minor rust issues were taken care of. The interior was then given a full Second Skin sound deadening upgrade, including inside the doors, floor pans, rear hatch, and roof of the vehicle. The interior was reassembled, with an ACC Mass Backed Carpet Set being installed to further help with noise cancellation. The audio system was then upgraded before the seats and console were placed back into the vehicle. The XJ received a full JL Audio sound system upgrade, complete with two Dayton Audio 15” Ultimax Sub-Woofers in a custom enclosure.cuatom-jeep-cherokee-line-x-arbAfter the sound system was upgraded, the seats and console were placed back into the vehicle, and a swing down Tview Video System was added for the back seat passengers. WeatherTech floor mats were also installed, to help keep out mud and slush that could be tracked into the vehicle, and all of the interior trim pieces were replaced. Once these upgrades were complete, the exterior work began, starting with a full protective coating of bedliner on the underside of the XJ, to help prevent rust.custom-jeep-cherokee-grandfatherThe exterior upgrades installed on the Jeep Cherokee include the custom Rubicon Express 6.5” Long Arm and Rock Krawler Tri-Link with Bilstein 5100 Series Shocks, and Hutchinson Rock Monster Beadlock Wheels with 35” Toyo Open Country M/T tires. The gear ratio of the 8.25 and Dana 30 axles were also changed to 4.88, followed by Alloy USA Axle Shaft upgrades, Alloy USA SYE Kit, JA Reel Rear Driveshaft, and ARB Air Lockers, front and rear. Of course, with lockers comes an ARB Air Compressor; the XJ also features the Teraflex Rear Disc Brake Upgrade, High Steer System, and Sway Bar Relocation Brackets. Hellwig Sway Bars and an ARB Differential Breather round out the off-road performance package.custom-jeep-cherokee-winter-tiresTo protect and recover the vehicle, should the need arise, the XJ was equipped with an ARB Front Bumper, Hanson Offroad Rocksliders, a Hanson Offroad Rear Bumper and Tire Carrier, and a Warn Zeon 8s Synthetic Winch. Bushwacker Fender Flares, also Line-X’d, were installed to prevent slush and mud off the 35” mud terrain tires from covering the sides of the vehicle. A Surco Roof Rack was installed, to help carry any extra equipment needed for the trail, and Truck Lite LED Headlights, LED Taillights, Turn Signals, and Side Markers were added, upgrading the old factory equipment to the modern age. Two 185 watt CREE 9” Lights were installed on the ARB Bumper, and four on the Surco Roof Rack, to aid in visibility during low-light conditions. To power all of the lights, sound system, winch, and accessories, a Powermax 250a Alternator was installed.XJ_TestThis Cherokee is equipped to handle all types of terrain and weather, as well as frequent off-road trips into the mountains and trails around Boone, NC. Future plans include a 4.6L Golen Stroker, among other upgrades; stay tuned for more!

  • Tank Jeep JK-8 Rubicon

    This week at Rubitrux, we’ve completed two 2015 JK-8 builds. The first, an Anvil JK-8 Rubicon, is currently at paint; now that the body work is done, the rear panels and top are matched to the factory color. The second JK-8, this one in Tank, is having the finishing touches added today! The 2015 Tank JK-8 was ordered by a gentleman in Oregon, who will be using it as a farm truck. As such, the JK-8 began life as a 4-door Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited, with the 4:1 Rock-Track Transfer Case, Heavy Duty Dana 44 Axles with Electronic Lockers, front and rear, and an Electronic Disconnect Front Sway Bar.jeep-jk8-rubicon-farm-truck-tank-2015The 4-door JKU had the rear factory interior, roll bar, seats, and doors all stripped away, as seen below, and the JK-8 bed panels were installed over the remaining sheet metal at the rear of the Jeep.  The standard equipment for the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, mentioned above, will prove invaluable in the day-to-day tasks of a farm truck, such as maintaining property, hauling equipment or feed, and removing tree stumps, aided by the Warn Zeon 10 Platinum winch, for example.jeep-jk8-rubicon-farm-truck-tank-2015-grille-closeupThe 2015 JK-8 Rubicon, in addition to featuring the Warn winch, has also been equipped with a Warn Rock Crawler Front Bumper, complete with the Warn Grille Guard, as seen in the initial photo. This bumper combo protects the front of the JK-8 Rubicon from wayward brush, rocks, or other, more formidable obstacles that may be encountered offroad, or around the farm. The Warn bumper also features cutouts for the factory fog lights, removing the need to mount lighting on the exterior of the bumper, where it could be exposed to such aforementioned hazards as brush or rock formations.jeep-jk8-rubicon-farm-truck-tank-2015-custom-wheel-closeupThe stock BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A tires were retained, although the wheels have been changed to a 5x5.5 bolt pattern. The BFGoodrich M/T tires ensure that the JK-8 will have plenty of traction off-road, as well as in muddy or inclement weather commonly encountered in the Northwest. The wheels also feature a custom paintjob, requested by the customer. As seen at the front axle, the JK-8 Rubicon also features Warn Locking Hubs, allowing for savings in gas mileage, and slowing the wear and tear on the front differential during unlocked, on-road use. In addition to the Warn Locking Hubs in the front, the rear axle shafts have been upgraded to RCV Performance Ultimate Rear Axle shafts, increasing durability above and beyond the stock OEM equipment.jeep-jk8-rubicon-farm-truck-tank-2015-bed-in-progress


    jeep-jk8-rubicon-farm-truck-tank-2015-in-progress-bed-2The truck bed and cab floor of the JK-8 have also been given a full Line-X protective coating; this means that equipment, gravel, or feed can be carried safely in the bed, which can then be pressure-washed clean at the end of the day. As the purpose of this JK-8 is a working truck, the customer chose to keep the factory interior in place. However, as the cab floor has been coated in Line-X, the factory carpet has been totally removed. As such, slush or mud tracked in by the driver or passenger can be washed out; simply remove the drain plugs, and add water! The finished product, minus the paint matching, can be seen below. Note the new body panels and half cab top from the JK-8 kit.jeep-jk8-rubicon-farm-truck-tank-2015-body-work-doneThe suspension of the JK-8 has been kept factory original, and as the tires have remained the stock LT255/75R17 size, the stock rear bumper and tire carrier setup have been retained, although the carrier will need to be modified to accept the new 5x5.5 bolt pattern. This JK-8 truck is sure to prove an invaluable tool, whether on the farm, tackling a snow storm during the winter months in the Northwest, or even going up the road to pick up groceries, farm supplies, or tools. This JK-8 is equipped to conquer a variety of terrain and conditions, and will provide many years of service and utility in Oregon! For more JK-8 information, stay tuned for the Anvil JK-8 Rubicon update, coming soon!


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