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.
2004 Rubicon I recently replace stock front fenders with XRC Armor Front Tube Fenders with 3″ Flare and round LED turn signals. Other upgrades include:
-4″ Rough Country lift
-33″ Goodyear Wranglers
-Warn steering box skid plate
-Stock locker compressors relocated under the hood
-A/C converted to 2.5 gallon on board air system
-Smitybuilt front stinger bumper
-SkyJacker steering stabilizer
My wish list is to get a leveling kit and/or 2″ lift kit so I can put bigger tires on this lobster. At some point will finish off the front end with a winch, and the rear with a beefier/larger tire carrier too!
I got my Jeep about 8 years ago for $1400.00. It was purchased for one thing – going off road. It has been my cheap Jeep. I built my bumpers, transmission cross member and installed air for tools and tire inflation. It cost me $20.00 to raise it 2″. That was for the rubber block on the front spring and Ford truck spings in the back.