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There are countless ways you can customize and upgrade your off-road rig with the $5,000 giveaway from Extreme Terrain Off-Road Outfitters and Raxiom.

If you’ve got a Jeep Wrangler that you love to take off-road, then this $5,000 Giveaway from and Raxiom is a must-enter. What better way is there to customize your ride and take it further than you ever have?

All Wrangler owners know how fun and productive it is to add custom parts, and Extreme Terrain feeds that desire with a ton of awesome products.

To help get you motivated, has provided a pretty cool explainer video showing the different types of Jeep lift kits that are available. It’s their latest episode of “Throttle Out,” where they’re sharing their expertise to help folks who want to learn more and customize their own vehicles.

Here’s Ryan Huck giving us the lowdown on lift kits:

That really breaks it down, and now you’ve got a good idea of your Jeep lift kit options should you become the lucky winner.

You’ve got until the end of March to enter the giveaway, but all the time in the world to scroll through the cool stuff on

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  1. Had a 2010 Rubicon. Did most of the mods myself. Had a shop do the 5.13 gears.
    When it was done, it weighed about 700 pounds more than stock from all the plastic replaced with heavy steel. More steel protection.
    Sat on 37’s. Was a total blast to play with off road but still well mannered on road.

  2. Well…
    I’m 64.
    I’ve had no less than 30 vehicles so far.
    2 of them being Jeeps.
    A ’79 CJ7 that I rolled on asphalt at 40mph. I fell out when it made it’s first roll and it continued to roll a few times down the road. The passenger side dashboard wound up about 2 inches from the seat.
    My other was a 2000 Wrangler that I 99% totaled in an intersection crash. They had to replace the frame.
    I won’t even ride in my brother’s square headlight one.
    I figure 3 strikes and you’re out.
    But concerning vehicle mods,,, thats a young man’s game. When you hit 50ish, you realize it’s just a waste of money.

    • Depends on the mod. You can’t buy a stock rock crawler, so if the terrain requires 35″ tires, you’re going to need aftermarket mods to suspension, wheels, and tires. Mods aren’t an investment, they are made for your specific tastes or needs. They might be worth $20k to you, but don’t be offended when they lower the value below stock for someone else.

  3. In rivers, around brush piles I use bait casters and heavy solid fiberglass rod, other then that it’s a Gunnison 60 with an 11′ rod. …. My reply had the word gun in it

  4. Normally, since it’s labeled as such, I don’t have an issue with these posts. Bills gotta get paid, I understand. However, Jeep parts, seriously guys? Even Farrago ditched the car site. (Granted he ditched this one too, and judging from a lot of the stuff happening around here, I’m starting to see why)

    I’ve seen days here years ago where Robert, Dan, and the other writers had to stretch the content a bit just to help get traffic flowing on slow days. Lately, (the last 12 months or so) I’ve noticed a lot more of that style of content. At one point, this one THE most visited gun blog online, by a fairly decent margin.

    I’m not saying you can’t adapt, progress, add different flare/idiosyncrasies and be your own place now that the origins are gone, but that origin way and those styles brought people here, including myself, and made us come back. In my case, I read daily, and I have since 2011.

    Please bring back a little of the old, mix it with the new, and be the TTAG all of us love. Dan, JWT, Kat, thank you for your hard work, and I look forward to more years from you guys.

    • I miss the “caption this” and I kinda miss 2asuxcrayzcergrowithagunthathatesguns, his/her post certainly got things stirred up


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