Cue Roy Rogers and Dale Evans—the Summit Racing Challenge Jeep Wrangler is formally a wrap.
Through the previous few months of video installments, you’ve seen the Summit Racing tech specialists take an already-capable Jeep Wrangler Limitless Rubicon and construct it into an much more severe off-roader.
And since most of us don’t have room for a second, devoted off-road rig, they did all of it with out upsetting that delicate stability between off-road functionality and day-to-day livability.
In any case, constructing a hardcore off-road rig is one factor—constructing one which you could nonetheless drive to work and soccer apply comfortably is sort of one other.
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So the group needed to be actually, actually cautious about all of the path upgrades that have been bolted to the Wrangler, ensuring every modification wouldn’t compromise the Jeep’s practicality. That meant no 44 inch tires, tremendous tall gears, six inch carry, or lower fenders.
On this closing installment, you get to see the completed product, and find out how the entire mods play good collectively to create a flexible, each day driver that’ll be capable to roll-up its sleeves on the weekend to play on some significantly aggressive terrain.
Take a look at the video, then click on under to get extra data on Summit Racing’s total Challenge Jeep Wrangler Rubicon construct.
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