Performance Automotive Group's Project Jeep JK was transformed into a superior rock crawling machine with various aftermarket modifications. The JK features a soon-to-be released Trail Master long arm suspension kit, as well as an OR-Fab Sport Cage, Rock Rails, Side Armor, Stinger Front Bumper and Sheet Metal rear bumper.
While the Jeep is well protected from trail rash, it's the suspension that really gives it the agility to easily climb over most obstacles. Starting with a Performance Accessories 1-inch body lift, the JK uses a pair of Currie Rock Jock Dana 60 axle housings that are outfitted with 35-spline chrome molly axles, 5:38 gears and ARB front and rear lockers. A PSC Ram Assist steering unit was also added to help maneuver a set of BFG 38x14.5 KM2 tires that are mounted to a set of Raceline 17-inch diameter beadlock wheels. There's also a spare attached to the OR-Fab Spare Tire Carrier at the rear.
A set of Bushwacker flat fender flares replaced the factory units and four KC Highlights Slimlites were added to the front bumper. The Jeep’s power has also been upgraded with an MBRP stainless steel exhaust system and a RIPP Supercharger kit that nearly doubles the horsepower of the Jeep’s 3.8 liter engine. See more of Performance Automotive Group's Jeep JK in the video below: