This is what I do know about: Rough country 4-inch lift kit and shocks, Transfer case oil pump, Rear main seal, Slip yoke eliminator, Rear differential rebuild, Rear axle shafts and bearings, Front and rear drive shafts, U-joints, Brake pads and rotors, Timing chain, Distributor, Starter, Upper and lower ball joints, Cold air intake, Sway bars - front and rear, Steering stabilizer, Steering box, Power steering pump, Exhaust, and Custom console switch panel for lights, etc.
Once he started with his jeep I started looking. I wanted a newer Rubicon JKU, 6 speed manual, with low miles. I was told by a dealer that the Rubicon makes up only 13% of Wrangler sales so was told if I see one I like, move quickly. I'm not sure what percentage of Rubicons are manual but in my searching seems to be less that 50%.
One day my wife and daughter spotted a Rubicon at a dealer so I checked it out. It was what I was looking for so traded in my Silverado and bought it. I added a Teraflex 3 inch lift with 315's, Fox shocks, cat back exhaust, and cold air intake.
I joined a couple Jeep forums and have seen some very nice jeep pictures which got me thinking about the Jeep pictures I have taken at Vermonster 4x4, Whaleback, Firecracker 4x4, etc.
These are from the Trench, Hill and Hole, Drag Racing, Rock Crawling, show and shine, etc. Double click on the pictures to enlarge.
Go to: the search bar at the top of my page and type in Vermonster to see those posts.