BFGoodrich Tires KO2 All Terrain – Long Term Test, Part 1

BFGoodrich Tires KO2 All Terrain – Long Term Test, Part 1

BFG All Terrain – Long Term Test, Part 1
When we asked you what you wanted us to review you said BFG Tires, we heard you. This review came at a great time as we needed a set of tires for our NEW Project JK. (You can see in our ATX wheel review what happened to our last JK.) When we set out to put a set of tires on our new project JK we wanted a few key features: they had to be quiet on the road, offer great traction off road in a variety of terrains, have great tread wear and with living in the Pacific NW offer outstanding wet traction on road! Continue reading →

ATX Ravine Wheel Install – SEMA Bound, 2015

                One of the main highlights of any Jeep bound for the trails looking for challenges to conquer or longing for malls to crawl would rest at all 4 corners bound in rubber.  Wheels are a big part of a vehicles persona and what the owner wants it to be and is a huge part of our SEMA bound JK.  When we started looking for a wheel to put on our SEMA build we turned to the pros at Northridge 4×4 in Silverdale, WA.  We had worked with them before helping put a handle on sway control, installing a massive set of Hellwig sway bars and trusted their judgement on what we were trying to accomplish.

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Jeep JK Sway Bar Upgrade

Staying in Control – Jeep JK Sway Bar Upgrade

Staying in Control - Jeep JK Sway Bar Upgrade

Most of the off road community is very familiar with a sway bars and their end links or more specifically making them disconnect to allow for more suspension travel off-road.  There are also a number of “off-road sway bars” that are great on the trail because you don’t have to work your disconnects which are very popular and still prevent the crazy body roll you would get without them period.  But what about the other part… What about making your Jeep handle on-road??  What about for that other 90% of the time the most of us spend traveling here to there?  What about that time you spend traveling to your wheeling or adventure destination with your rig loaded to the max with camping gear, bikes, kids, cooler, chairs and maybe a roof top tent?  

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