WRANGLER TJ stretched Trophy car

The main concept of this built was to extend the wheel base and widen the WMS of the TJ. In order to do that the long arm suspension was needed to be redesigned. Our solution was a triangulated 4 link suspension in both front and rear in combination with aluminum arms and Teraflex balljoints. For achieving the wished width an axle swap was made with JK Dana 44 Rubicon axles adding all the necessary axle armors, trusses and of course RCV’s. The Maxxis Trepadors M8060 37×12.5×16 in combination with the Trailready beadlock wheels is one of the best options for our terrains.
For steering assist the PSC Full hydro has all the strength needed to handle the abuse of a race car.
Since the TJ is going to be driven on hard core trails a hard core steering should be installed. What’s best than a PSC Full Hydraulic Kit so as to handle all the abuse that this race car is going to be exposed.
A poison spider hood loover was installed so as to help the 4,7 V8 engine running cool by promoting airflow through the engine compartment.
Custom made rock sliders and Genright corners where used for the stretch kit.

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