jeep wrangler

  1. Controlling Underhood Heat on a Jeep Wrangler 4.0 – Part I

    The Jeep 4.0L inline-six was the last true Jeep/AMC engine design before Chrysler bought everything and folded it into the Pentastar family. It was the final derivative of the old 4.2 inline-six and debuted in the 1987 model year. It’s last year in an American Jeep would be 2006, when the TJ Wrangler ended production. But you’re not here for a history lesson, so for the complete background on the 4.0L click HERE.

    What does this have to do with heat?

    The 4.0L is a massive hunk of cast iron American greatness. But all that cast iron means it’s a giant heat source under the hood, and once it gets hot it holds that heat for a while. And everything around it underhood soaks up all that heat, which can negatively affect performance, reliability, and component life. But with some application of Heatshield Products thermal barriers, the amoun

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  2. Cool Jeeps and Sights of Jeep Beach 2018

    The sun was out, a great breeze blowing, and Jeepers were everywhere having fun at Jeep Beach 2018 in Daytona Beach. We decided to go check out the activities and see what kind of cool Jeeps, old and new, were running around. While it might not be the rock crawling and trail riding you see out west, it was still a lot of people having fun with their Jeeps southern style for a good time. Here are some pics of what we saw.

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  3. Cool Jeep Concepts of Easter Jeep Safari 2018

    The Jeep Wrangler is one of the longest produced vehicles in America when you consider its basic design and heritage go all the way back to just before World War II started. From the Willys Jeeps that supported the military, through the civilian CJ series and into the modern era when the Wrangler name replaced CJ.

    Every year in Moab, Utah, off-road and especially Jeep enthusiasts gather to enjoy a week filled with the kind of use the Jeep was designed for, off-roading and trail driving. The event, Easter Jeep Safari (EJS), allows Jeepers the chance to enjoy some of the toughest and most scenic off-road trails in America, surrounded by fellow enthusiasts sharing a passion for America’s iconic off-road vehicle.

    Part of the fun is seeing what kind of Wrangler-based concepts Jeep brings to show off at EJS every year. And these concepts don’t just sit in a lot for people to ogle. They’re actually taken off-road rand demonstrated on the Moab

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