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Jeep Tech Tips, Issue #006 -- Front hitch install article online, plus MANY other updates.
November 01, 2003


  1. Finally some more updates!
  2. Front hitch install article online!
  3. Custom 4x4 Fabrication added to Jeep Gear suppliers!
  4. My XJ page is up.
  5. NEWS: Jeep planning less-rugged models
  6. Coming Soon....

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  1. Finally some more updates!

    Sorry that it has been so long since the last update. Classes have kept me pretty busy, and I've been doing a ton of stuff to my Jeep with my free time. But I do have a TON of updates in this article!

  2. Front hitch install article online! -

    I've had my front hitch for sometime now, but I've never had a chance to put up the installation article. If you are thinking about getting tow hooks, I would think about a front hitch instead, it is a ALOT more reliable

    ------> Check out my DrawTite front receiver

  3. Custom 4x4 Fabrication added to Jeep Gear! -

    All of Custom 4x4 Fabrications products are now available in the Jeep Gear section! These are the same guys that made my and their products are of awesome quality. Also expect the full line of Rubicion Express and Masterpull products up soon! If you're interested in products from any of these compaines, just contact me and I'll get you the best deal!

    ------> Check out their productshere

  4. My 96 XJ page is up. -

    For those of you that are interested on seeing everything that I've done to my XJ thus far, be sure to check out this page.

    ------> Check out My 96 XJ

  5. Jeep planning less rugged models for future. -

    Jeep's new gameplan is to target the consumer market that doesn't take their vehicles off road. They are planning the release of many different types of vehicles made for mall trips, not off road adventures.

    ------> Read the complete article at AutoWeek

  6. Coming Soon....

    I recently applied POR-15 to my undercarriage, which is a heavy duty rust proof paint, and I also replaced my sway-bar bushings. Expect write-ups on those in the near future!p>

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