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5 Best Motors to Swap into a Wrangler

1.  HEMI engine. Since Jeep has been owned by mother Mopar since the 1980s, you have to wonder why they don't do this swap themselves and offer it to power mad Wrangler buyers. The Hemi you can buy in the Grand Cherokee has more than 350hp and nearly 400lb-ft of torque,

JEEP WRANGLER JK DASH WARNING LIGHTS: WHAT THEY MEAN

Dash lights are one of the many joys of Wrangler ownership, and JKs are the most communicative Wrangler to date, but they can send you mixed signals. Of course, my disclaimer here is that your Jeep should see your local dealership as soon as possible if any indicator lights come

TOYOTA LAND CRUISER HISTORY

Toyota began developing its BJ model prototype in Japan in 1950. However, it would not be branded Land Cruiser for about four more years. Unlike the Willys Jeep of the era that ran on a four-cylinder engine, Toyota dropped an inline six-cylinder in their design. Early models were ordered by

WEAKEST TO STRONGEST AXLES

Ever wonder how your Jeep's axles rank against the rest of the axlehousing world? Wonder no more. Here's how we rank 'em from the geeky weaklings to the all-star axle jocks. Of course, you'll find a few axles missing from the list. Many axles don't make good swaps, are not

Balancing OffRoad Tires

Being able to road-drive an extreme 4x4 is what separates capable rigs from glorified side-by-sides. However, road-driving any very capable off-road rig with big, heavy, and durable tires can pose more than a few challenges. Tires chunk and wear oddly when used in extreme environments. Wheel weights can get knocked

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