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  • I have owned a JL Wrangler since their release. I wanted to pick up my JL within a few days of them hitting the dealer lots and I ended up traveling out of Maryland to track one down. Having owned a JL since they were released I have developed a few opinions on parts I […]
  • I like taking the windows out and lowering the soft top on the Jeep. What I don’t like is having windows that look like they were cleaned with sandpaper. There is not a lot of space in a 2-door JL to store anything. Jeep made life even more difficult with the latest soft-top design. Don’t […]
  • So this is it, the first round of upgrades to the new Wrangler. I always try to test the very best and latest offerings for the off-road community. With that in mind here is what is going on the JL. The parts list! Ultimate Dana 44 front axle with 4.88 gear ratio – Stronger than […]
  • Six years ago I was fortunate enough to purchase a brand new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. I bought almost exactly what I wanted. Firecracker Red, manual transmission, soft top, and because the price was right I also opted for the Hard Rock package. That package came with leather, steel bumpers front and rear, a vented hood, […]
  • When a product review comes to an end I usually have one of two thoughts about it. The more common feeling is that I am ready to move on to something else. That’s the nature of this business. In the case of the TeraFlex Nomad wheel, it was the less common feeling of knowing I […]

2 Wheels and a Motor Content

  • With an article talking about “Why I Don’t Group Ride” and also discussing “4 Tips on How to Group Ride the Right Way” the conversation felt incomplete. It was like a hanging chad in a Florida election or a John Madden explanation—something wasn’t quite right. That feeling wouldn’t go away and it stayed in the back of my subconscious, […]
  • I’m such a hypocrite. I wrote a post about “Why I Don’t Group Ride” and then immediately left on a trip to do a tire launch that was a group ride. So much for sticking to my rules. It’s part of the job, however, so here are some pointers if you are going to go […]
  • Hanging out with friends and taking in an event that is full of bikes, good food while meeting new people is always a blast. Often events try to turn all of this into a group ride—taking what was a really great time and turning it into a parade lap that ends in despair. What defines a […]
  • Back in 2014, I had an opportunity to sit down and speak with Max McAllister the owner of Traxxion Dynamics in Woodstock, GA. Traxxion Dynamics was started in 1999 to serve riders with top-notch suspension products and tuning services.  We did a little Q&A to go over some questions and theories that came out of […]

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