Meet Bryan Baker. Bryan began off-roading more than 30 years ago and has been active these past two years. He owns a 2006 TJ Rubicon and his favorite trail in Pennsylvania is the Rausch Creek Off Road Park.
Here are some build specs for Bryan’s Jeep:
• 5.5” Rubicon Express Long Arm Lift
• 37” Mickey Thompson MTX Bajas
• Bushwacker Fender Flares
Read more about Bryan’s TJ below.
Rough Country 4.5″ leafs, skyjacker 1.5″ rear shackles, 6″ coils, adjustable upper and lower control arms. JKS track bar, 4wd steering stabilizer, currie HD Tie rod, RE extended brake lines,
Finally picking out some new gears and a locker for my old ’96 XJ, I call her Lacy. I’ve got all kinds of stuff done to her for example a 4.5 inch Rusys Offroad lift with 2 inch rough country shackles, ARB snorkel, Nates 4×4 recessed winch bumper and a smittybilt X20 8,000lbs winch. Also a custom 2 bar rear bumper with KC backup lights and 6 Dick Cepek spot lights, 4 on the roof and 2 on the cowl.
When I bought my CJ-5 almost 20 years ago, it still had the original 304 engine. It was a very tired and worn out 304 so in the interest of more torque and horsepower, I bought a Wagoneer with a 360 and started buying everything to rebuild it. Before I realized, I had killed my budget but built a strong AMC powerplant in the process.