For build updates, newest to oldest, scroll down.
One of the project vehicles at Off Road Xtreme is a 2013 Jeep Wrangler (JKU). It’s coated in the factory Commando Green, motivated by the 3.6L V6 and five-speed auto tranny, and although it has A/C and a decent sound system, it was not plushed-out when ordered. The Wrangler is the Sport model, so there’s plenty of room for growth, and we have some pretty big plans for it.
Project Build Updates
Upgrades such as body armor to protect the sheet metal and undercarriage from severe dings, dents and mangles during said adventures will be in order. An easily removable soft top for warm-weather ventures, as well as recovery and safety equipment will be coming as well.
Interior creature comfort alterations are also something we’ve been considering, but hey, this is a Jeep and we don’t want to get carried away. However, electronics in the way of communications and navigation devices will be on the docket for Sgt. Rocker.
We’re going to take this in stages–just like you would–to show just how well one can do with a basic Wrangler JKU without spending a fortune or going overboard.
8/25/15 – Remove Excess Crankcase Vapors with Moroso Air-Oil Separators
8/6/15 – Gibson Exhaust Adds Power and Departure Angle to Sgt. Rocker Jeep
5/21/15 – Jeep JK ProCharger Install on Sgt. Rocker: The Quest For More Power
9/2/14 – Superchips TrailDash Offers Power And Functionality To Jeep Wrangler
7/28/14– Currie RockJock Suspension Gives Sgt. Rocker Longer, Stronger Legs
7/21/14 – Project Sgt. Rocker: J.E. Reel Drivelines For Hardcore Four Wheeling
7/3/14 – Project Sgt. Rocker: New Shoes From Weld Racing And Mickey Thompson
6/30/14 – Poison Spyder Brawler Bumpers And Rockers Armor Up Sgt. Rocker
5/29/14 – Project Sgt. Rocker Breathes Easier With New AIRAID Intake System
5/14/14 – Project Sgt. Rocker Dons Campaign Cover With Bestop Twill Trektop NX
1/29/14 – Project Sgt. Rocker Gets A Graphic Makeover From Extreme Terrain