Not everyone wants to dish out the time and money for a custom build. That doesn’t mean they don’t want one, though. If you fall into this group of people then you may be interested in this 2008 Jeep Wrangler JK that’s currently up for sale through Texas Best Used Motorcycles. It is a two-owner and very well sorted Wrangler that is ready to tackle even the most challenging terrain and trails. If you’re not an off-roader, then this Jeep looks just as cool cruising down the highway at 60 mph with the air condition blasting. Ultimately, how you use it is up to you; just know that this Wrangler JK is up for the challenge and more than capable to handle whatever comes its way.
The first owner of this Jeep Wrangler was Tom Allen at PSC Motorsports, the performance steering experts. He wanted the vehicle to handle even the most difficult trails, while also ensuring that the Jeep was a smooth daily driver for his wife. The entire build was performed by all industry experts, beginning with the new 6.1-liter Hemi engine installed by Adam Scherer of Screamin Lizards Customs/Tribe 16 Offroad. The motor, transmission, and aluminum radiator were new crate components. The axles are Currie Rock Jock III’s with 5:13 gears and ARB air lockers, 35 splines with disc brakes.
The wheelbase for this Jeep is set at 102 inches. It sits on aluminum beadlock wheels wrapped in 37-inch Irok tires. The transfer case has been changed to an Atlas twin-stick 4.3 with custom-built front and rear drive lines. The Jeep sports Hanson Offroad bumpers with a WARN 9000 up front with synthetic winch rope. It’s got PSC ram assist steering with Currie anti-rock sway bars and King coilover shocks on all four corners.
As you can see, this Hemi-powered 2008 Jeep Wrangler JK is more than capable of tackling whatever roads you venture upon. Not only is it capable, but it also looks amazing. Just check out that custom paint job. The AEV high-flow hood along with the cool paint cost more than $10,000 just by itself. The sale of this vehicle includes paint-to-match full doors, tube doors, and a soft top. This Jeep has only been driven 21,309 miles and has been maintained and serviced once a year before any trips. What’s more, it’s been stored indoors and well taken care of.
The Jeep was right at a 100K build; this is no expense-spared rig. It was built with only the best parts available to achieve the result you see here before your eyes. Take it to your local car show and stun the show-goers with its shine and prowess. You’re bound to steal the show and come home with a cool trophy to boot. If you act fast, you will have the opportunity to own this 2008 Jeep Wrangler Hemi all built and ready to go for a great turn-key experience.
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