The digital garage of my 1998 Jeep Wrangler.

The Garage

Maintenance, Mods, and Product Reviews

Jeeps are built not bought - Most Jeeps get a few modifications by an inspired owner. Sure, they're great right off the lot, but they get better with age and the addition of various mods and upgrades.

Maintenance Articles

Blower Motor Resistor
Not exactly regular maintenance, but this is a common problem with TJ Wranglers heater fan. Is yours only working on high?
Replacing Front Brake Pads
Front brake pads are another fairly easy maintenance job that you can do yourself.
Differential Fluid Change
According to the maintenace schedule, you should drain and refill both axles every 12,000 miles. It's easy!

Modification Articles

Cheap Jeep Tricks
On a budget? Here's some creative ideas that I've seen or done myself for little or no money.
Simultaneous High Beams and Fog Lights
1997-2000 TJs - Get the factory fog lights to work with your high beams in less than 5 minutes.
Hiding the EVAP Canister.
1997-2003 TJs - Move the EVAP canister and create some more room under the hood.
Hand Throttle
Make a hand throttle from bicycle parts.

Product Reviews

HalGuard Fire Extingusher & Mount - H3R Performance
Clean agent technology in a fire extingusher that won't harm your paint and electronics
On-Board Air - KilbyEnterprises
Engine Driven On-Board Air from KilbyEnterprises - Air for tires, lockers and air tools.
Axle Tube Seals - Alloy USA
Keeping the dirt, mud and gunk out of your axle tubes.
Torque Tube Headers - Banks Power
Fixing the notorious TJ exhaust leak. Is this the best cure?
Lower Control Arm Skids - Skid Row
Bolt-On protection for your lower control arms up front.
Engine Oil Pan Skid - nth Degree Mobility
A simple solution for that delicate underbelly.
Replacement Center Console - Tuffy
The 1st edition of Tuffy's center console incuded a radio compartment.
Rock-It Air Intate - Turbo City
Forced to pull the stock airbox to make room for a Kilby engine driven OBA
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