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Here are five brilliant modifications to upgrade your Jeep Wrangler
A proud Jeep owner should find their own unique style to craft their Jeep, and the best way to do this is with additions, upgrades, and modifications.
Jeep Wranglers are highly customisable, and there are a limitless number of both factory and aftermarket accessories you can use to improve and style your jeep.
In this article, we have prepared a list of five of the best ways to upgrade your Wrangler.
Lift kits are arguably the most popular mods with Jeep owners, and it's easy to see why.
Nothing gives your Jeep the boost it needs to slop through streams and drive over rocks quite like a lifted suspension system.
A good lift can be the difference between needing a tow out and finishing a trail.
It enhances ground clearance, departure angle, and approach angle – all of which combines to make it is easier to drive over boulders, rocks, and anything on your way when driving off-road, including flooded areas and tough climbs.
LED light bar
LED lighting for your Jeep not only enhances its look but can also help to light up the trail, road, or your campsite when the going gets tough.
What a lot of people don’t know is that most Jeeps’ factory lights are seriously underpowered, and an upgrade is recommended. Even if you don’t modify anything else on your Jeep Wrangler, at least upgrade the lights.
Most aftermarket LED lights are lightweight, affordable, easy to install, and they can give you double the power of the factory lights while using half the amps.
Storage options inside a Jeep Wrangler are limited, and a roof rack would be a sensible modification when you need to carry a few supplies for your off-road adventure.
Whether your Jeep has a soft-top or a hardtop, there are several racks available that can fit your needs.
Replace hood latches
If you have driven your Jeep Wrangler at high speeds, you must have noticed that the hood does a lot of jostling around.
While you may believe this could lead to your hood flying off, the factory uses soft rubber latches, which leave enough space for the hood to jump around when the Jeep is moving at high speeds.
This movement of hood can be distracting and annoying, though. You can replace the rubber hood latches with heavier-duty aftermarket options, which will keep the hood in place when you are driving at high speeds.
Your Jeep Wrangler is likely to come with some excellent all-terrain tires that work perfectly for your daily driver or some little dirt driving. However, if you are into serious wilderness adventure, you should consider upgrading to true all-terrain tires.