Lifted 2005 Wrangler TJ | Customer Builds

ExtremeTerrain Spotlights an Aggressive Setup

Off-road authority, ExtremeTerrain (XT) has released a new video in their ongoing“Customer Builds” YouTube series. The episode highlights a lifted 2005 Jeep Wrangler TJ outfitted for any off-road adventure. Hosted by XT’s Merideth Evasew, the episode is full of ideas and inspiration for Jeep enthusiasts on the hunt for their next upgrade. Viewers can head to ExtremeTerrain.com for a complete rundown of all the parts used in this build, additional images, as well as access to XT’s Jeep parts learning center.

Owner Juan Anchando built his rig for the trails. He chose a Rough Country2″ lift for the extra clearance that was needed to accommodate his aggressive 33″ Mickey Thompson tires. Moving on to bumpers and armor, Juan continued his theme with the addition of Barricade Double Tubular rear bumper, Smittybilt front stinger bumper, Rugged Ridge rocker side panels, and Rugged Ridge Hurricane fender flares. They also talk about his lighting, hood louver kit and liner,and why he upgraded to a hard top. As the interview wraps up, Merideth finds out what is on Juan’s wish list when it comes to performance mods.

Off-road enthusiasts looking for an edge on the trails will want to watch XT’s latest “Customer Builds” video. For specifics on this 2005 Wrangler TJ, viewers can head to XT’s dedicated build page to see additional images, Juan’s comments, a complete parts list, and full product specs. XT’s YouTube channel supports its community with regular content to fuel their passion both on and off-road.

View it here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/jeep-wrangler-builds-profiles.html?imageid=268835&from=0

About ExtremeTerrain
ExtremeTerrain.com is a leader in aftermarket Jeep Wrangler, Gladiator, Toyota Tacoma, Tundra and Bronco parts and accessories. Located just outside Philadelphia, PA, ExtremeTerrain provides Wrangler, Tacoma, and Tundra owners with fast shipping and enthusiast-level, award winning service, while also ensuring the conservation and protection of off-road trails. Visit http://www.extremeterrain.com.

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