Contests usually aren’t big news, but when a company is offering $10,000 in Jeep Wrangler parts and free installation, that’s pretty big.
ExtremeTerrain, a company specializing in aftermarket Jeep Wrangler parts, is running a contest between now and August 22 where the fortunate winner will be able to pick $10,000 worth of parts from the company’s catalog to customize their Wrangler any way they want, and the parts will be installed for free.
Any Jeep Wrangler model is eligible, so anything from a 1986 YJ to a 2016 Rubicon can get the 10 grand treatment. The money can be spent on anything in the catalog, including lift kits, wheels, roll bars, cages, bumpers, or anything else in stock.
TFLcar is no stranger to the Wrangler. Not only did we drive a 2015 Rubicon to the highest point in every state during our Motor Mountain USA epic adventure, but we’re also highlighting inexpensive off-roading in our Difflock series, starring Tommy Mica and his 1995 Wrangler YJ.
The Wrangler is truly the last of its breed – it’s an affordable, purpose-built, off-road vehicle. It’s a wonder why more companies don’t build anything to compete with it. Sure, it’s compromised on road, but then again so are sports cars and companies still make them. The Wrangler is like a sports car for the dirt.
More information about the contest is available on the ExtremeTerrain website.
For now, check out the latest episode of Difflock featuring the YJ Wrangler: