Robby recently began off-roading when he purchased his Jeep in 2011. He currently owns a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon. One of his favorite local trails in Texas is the Hidden Falls Adventure Park.
Here are some build specs for Robby’s Jeep:
• 37” Nitto Mud Grapplers
• KC HiLiTES Apollo Series Lights
• Rock Krawler HD Tie Rod
Read more about Robby’s Jeep below.
Had an ARB Locker installed in my rear axle and a Auburn Ected limited slip/locker up front to help get me through the desert rocks and over obstacles on trail rides. For the steering and suspension I have a Rock Krawler 4″ triangulated suspension, with the Rock Krawler heavy duty steering system, rolling on 35″ BFG KM2′s. I also have Best Top rear tire carrier with an olympic rear bumper. Up front i have a Four Real front bumper/stinger with a winch and to protect my sides i have Four Real tube sliders. Interier i have an Alpine blue tooth deck and 4 alpine speakers in factory locations and in the center console there is a SSV Works sub incloser with a Rockford fosgate 10″ sub powered by and Alpine Amp. I also have a B&M short throw shifter to help get thought the gears. I have attache some pictures of my jeep playing in the desert rocks.
I installed first power stop drilled and slotted rotors all around, I then have added ruggged ridge front bumper with 8000lb Smittybuilt xrc winch, body armor rear bumper w/ tire carrier, Banks intake and exhaust.
We ordered our ’99 Wrangler from the factory and lots of extras. The Bilstein shocks and Goodyears have smoothed a many of rutted trail over the years.