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What do you think of this Jeep-based '70s groovy van panel truck with a bubble window? What other bizarre Jeeps have you seen?

Check out more unique 4x4's below!
Check out bizarre cars, trar's and 4x4s that we think our unique wheeling rigs. See why we like our 4x4s a little wacky.
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We delve into the bench-racing parts-picking process & mull over armor options for your '97-'06 TJ & '04-'06 LJ.

Could your Jeep use some armor?
Check out options the armor options for your Jeep Wrangler as we go body building with front fenders, rocker guards, corner armor, bumpers and more!
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We finish the axle, steering, and suspension on our '99 Cherokee. Follow along below!
Check out part 4 of project disposable hero as we finish the axle, steering and suspension on our 1999 Jeep Cherokee. See how the suspension & axle get installed
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IFS vs. Solid Axle Suspension. Which side are you on?

Both sides have their pros and cons, but ultimately it depends on your intended use. We debate them both here:http://oak.ctx.ly/r/2juu1
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I say let them do what they want and it will just make my old jeep worth
more. I don't like newer crap anyway..
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How sweet is this '61 Jeep FC-170 with a 4.3L V-6 and a Dana 44 axle on front? Where would you wheel it?
Check out a long and stubby 1961 Jeep FC 170 that puts the long in long bed. See how this well restored Forward Control is capable of handling all the trails and looking good doing it!
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This '46 Jeep CJ-2A has always been a work vehicle and still is.

Who uses their Jeep on the job?
Check out a 1946 Jeep CJ-2A that spent a lifetime at work and then some. See this hard working classic Jeep in this month's edition of Jeep encyclopedia.
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Check out what Jeep brought to the Geneva Motor Show!

What new 4x4 would you want to own with a matching trailer?
Jeep will be unveiling the Renegade Hard Steel Concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Check out what technological gizmos this pint sized wheeler packs!
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We bust some common 4.0L engine myths about cold air intake, throttle bodies, mileage and more.

Did anything surprise you?
We have a good idea of what makes power, and what wastes your money, so we've done some Jeep myth busting when it comes to the Jeep 4.0L engine.
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I pretty much agree. However, I don't think the cost of the CAI or exhaust upgrades is worth the negligible gains in power. Those would be some of the last upgrades I would do to my Jeep. Anything short of forced induction or stroking it will be negligible.

Most CAI's also leave the filter element open to water intrusion and the oiled filters aren't very good. If over oiled, which is very common, the oil ends up in your intake and the cotton/gauze filters are notorious for having a higher cfm rate, but also let in a ton more dust/particles into the engine. It's best to stick with a paper filter. K&N had been proven to be one of the worst offenders of this.
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Katie is contemplating a V-8 swap for he CJ-7.

Should she build a nice healthy AMC 360 for it, or something else?
In the latest edition of catching up with Katie she discusses her engine swap plan, going from six to eight cylinders in her trusty CJ.
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Owning an AMC 360, I'm not sure I would go that route, parts not readily available as they used to be. I'm not so purist that I wouldn't consider any one of the big 3's big boy blocks. 
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How would you build the ultimate #Jeep Cherokee XJ?
The Ferrar-Jeep? That's right! Check out Chris Faustmann’s 1996 Jeep Cherokee, featuring upgrades including a Trail Master 6-inch lift, Goodyear Wrangler Kevlar tires, and more, here in the January 2013 Off-Road Magazine.
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Are you looking to try your hand at welding and fabricating in your own garage?

Here's a few tips and tricks to get you started: 
Check out the DIY Jeep fabrication tips and tricks to perfect your project with your own hands. See how using the right metal and brackets can save you time.
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Been neglecting your Jeep as of late? See how to give your Jeep a little TLC below!
See how we start fixing-up our neglected 2007 Jeep Wrangler as we repair some electrical issues, damaged mirrors, a hitch, a gross cargo area and more!
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Jp Magazine is the oldest and largest Jeep-only publication. If you're tired of the same boring shop installs and watered-down Jeep coverage done by other off-road titles and Websites you need to check out Jp Magazine. It's all Jeep all the time. Started in spring of 1996, Jp Magazine has become the leading hands-on do-it-yourself manual for any Jeep owner looking to modify, restore, and maintain his or her favorite 4x4.

We have the hottest magazine with coverage on the entire world of Jeep and is filled with home-based technical how-to articles, backcountry adventures, Jeep history, the latest upgrades and performance modifications, unparalleled product shootouts, and more! Jp Magazine provides practical, highly technical articles with expert insight into all types of hardware for every model, from early military to modern day. Colorful features explore custom and collectible models that you won't see anywhere else. And for instant answers about your Jeep and daily updates on what the staff is working on go to the forums and blogs at http://www.jpmagazine.com/. Jp reports on the world of jeeping like no other magazine can. Anything else just sucks!

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