We off-roaders don’t demand much from the videos we like to watch: Jeeps, big tires, tough wheels, and kicking up dust are just a few ingredients worth adding to get the blood up and pumping. To put things over the top, however, it can’t hurt to add in some feminine allure.
ATX Wheels recently wrapped up a photo shoot with Off Road Evolution out in Johnson Valley, California, and posted this video to its YouTube Channel for all to see. Showcasing a sweet granite gray JK suped up with 17-inch AX192 Blade wheels, the Jeep romps around the desert landscape with ease.
Wrapped in a set of hefty Nitto Trail Grapplers, the 2014 Rubicon JK makes quick work of the terrain, as Off Road Evolution owner and ATX-sponsored Ultra4 racer Mel Wade gives the camera crew a little demonstration of what he can do when he puts his foot on the gas. But that all comes to halt when a pretty young woman emerges from her trailer.
Lindsey Harrod, a 25-year-old professional model from Murrieta, California, makes a titillating display alongside the JK, giving a little zest to the display as the Jeep perches on rocks around the location. Her svelte figure definitely keeps us interested, but the real star of the show are these Blade wheels.
Striking and made to last, the AX192s give owners the look and longevity sought after for off-roading. Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) is a major feature of the Blade wheel, giving it a shine that doesn’t fade for years, while the Teflon coating makes for easy cleanup after a long day in the dirt. The video demonstrates how well these wheels can stand up to the abuse, as they stay grime-free after hours of driving.
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