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Jeep Pickup Truck Announced

by | Friday, September 11, 2015 | 0 comment(s)

There has been speculation for years about Jeep getting back into the pickup truck market and it appears that speculation will soon be reality. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has announced a Jeep Wrangler based pickup is in the works and will likely launch in 2017 or 2018, according to Automotive News. The truck launch will come at the same time as the next generation Wrangler launch. Although details are scarce, the Gladiator concept truck that Jeep unveiled all the way back in 2005 could offer...

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Launch Control: Showdown at NEFR

by | Monday, August 31, 2015 | 0 comment(s)

The 25th anniversary of the New England Forest Rally had no shortage of star power as Travis Pastrana rejoined Subaru Rally Team USA and Ken Block made a return with the M-Sport Ford Team.  Watch the action unfold in this two-part episode of Launch Control. ...

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2015 Jeep Rubicon PIAA Build

by | Thursday, August 27, 2015 | 0 comment(s)

We love seeing other builds equipped with PIAA lights but when the opportunity came to get our hands on a 2015 Jeep Rubicon of our own, we didn’t waste any time. From the start we wanted to make sure this Jeep was built for the trail and not an over the top show rig bursting at the seams with flashy upgrades. As comes natural to us, we first turned our attention to adding some light output. Lighting Upgrades: PIAA RF18 LED light bar Hybrid Beam: Bumper 2 PIAA LP570 LED Driving round lights:...

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2001 Dodge Ram EEXP Overland Update

by | Thursday, August 20, 2015 | 0 comment(s)

In a previous post about the Exploring Elements 2001 Dodge Ram Overland vehicle, we detailed the concept and design of the new rig, including a checklist of requirements they hoped it would meet. Now with over a year of adventure under its belt, let’s see how it’s holding up. One of the major factors in the design of this vehicle was size. Owner Bryon Dorr wanted to ensure the Dodge would be small enough to fit into a shipping container and remain agile on the trail. They met this goal...

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