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Jeep JK Door Hinge Bushings

Jeep Wrangler factory door hinge bushings deteriorated and wear out. Over the years, this wear can encourage rust and cause door latch alignment issues. This makes opening and removal of the Jeep’s doors difficult. Plus, once the factory bushings are worn, they look awful. Replacing the bushings is the simplest and most cost-effective way to improve the appearance and

American Outlaw Rear Window Jeep Straps

The factory Jeep soft top rear window straps wear out over time. This is just a fact of life for soft top sporting Jeep owners. The elastic stretches and begins to hang under the weight of the rolled up rear window. This poses a dangerous situation because it limits the visibility via the rear view mirror. Plus, it

Jeep JK Motor Kote after 2 months

**Update** Motor Kote Engine Coating

At the beginning of May I applied Motor Kote Engine Coating to my Jeep’s 3.6L Pentastar engine and engine bay. It has been over 2 months since I applied the coating. I haven’t cleaned, sprayed, wiped or detailed the engine bay since. I must say, I’m impressed. It still looks great after a fairly wet summer and a couple

Jeep 3.6L Pentastar Engine Oil Change

One of the cornerstones of vehicle maintenance is the oil change. It’s a simple process that requires few tools and can be performed at home. By doing the oil change yourself it also allows the opportunity to look around and see if anything else needs attention. The 3.6L V6 Pentastar engine was designed in a way

2012 Jeep Wrangler Brake Upgrade

I have looked at upgrading my Jeep’s brakes. I’m still running my factory 32 inch mud terrain tires with a little over 32,000 miles on the Jeep. My brakes still have life but leave me wanting. I’m also planning ahead. 37’s are in my future and the current setup is less than desirable with a larger,

Tuf Shine Permanent Tire Clearcoat

Some Jeepers don’t believe in tire shine. They feel it discredits the offroad worthiness of their rig. Personally, I like a dressed tire, even on M/T tires. I’ve purchased a lot over the years. Most dressings last a few weeks, but only looks great for a few days. I read about Tuf Shine Permanent tire clearcoat on

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