4WD Mechanix Magazine's Jeep 4x4
This section of 4WD Mechanix Magazine
focuses on Jeep 4x4s and SUVs, including maintenance, how-to, Q&A, upgrades, lift kits, engine buildups,
tuning, suspension and powertrain upgrades. Emphasis is on restoration, hardcore Jeep trail runners, overland
Jeep 4WD vehicles and Jeep off-road performance 4x4s.
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Table of Contents for Jeep® 4WD
This section of the magazine has technical how-to, product
installations, powertrain and chassis tuning plus performance tips. For axle, transmission, engine,
transfer case, steering, chassis, suspension, tuning, welding tutorial and other in-depth coverage, see
the many illustrated articles in this section.
Tires and suspension are a big part of the traction picture. The
CJ models launched an enormous aftermarket of Jeep suspension lift kits, modifications, steering and
chassis upgrades and tire design niches. Look for answers to your tire, chassis, steering and brake
Axle, transmission and gear work is a large part of Jeep
restoration and trail preparation. For your questions about Jeep CJ, Willys and Jeepster transmission
and axle repairs, rebuilding and upgrades, look here for answers!
Jeep® is an icon in the
global 4x4 world. 4WD Mechanix© Magazine delivers in-depth coverage of Jeep 4x4 technology, how-to
and upgrades. In this section of the magazine, you will find useful articles and information on maintenance,
repairs, upgrades, trail preparation, accessories for Jeep 4x4s and the Jeep® 4x4 lifestyle. Jeep is known as
the most "personalized" vehicle brand around, and owners can benefit from the many articles and features
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Network channels, you will find a variety of coverage on Jeep 4x4 activities, technology, how-to work
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growing HD video playlists! Get your Jeep® information in full-screen HD 1080P video!
For additional discussion, get
involved at the 4WD Mechanix 'Tech & Travel'
Forums! These forums have an entire group section devoted to Jeep models and their
needs. Get your tech questions answered and join like minded owners in pursuit of the Jeep lifestyle. Here is
quick access to the Jeep® forums:
Jeep® 4WD Owners
Vintage Jeep® Vehicles
Kaiser Era Jeep vehicles, including the military MB, M38, M38A1 and all CJ models. Also discussion of the Willys
Pickup, Station Wagon and Panel truck models plus the FC150, FC170 and original VJ Jeepster and Kaiser-era
Jeepster...(For Kaiser-era Jeep J-truck Gladiator and Wagoneer models, see the Jeep full-size truck forum.) Share
vintage Jeep 4x4 information, experiences and how-to restoration tips here!
1972-86 AMC/Jeep® CJ and Jeepster
community represents owners of 1972-86 AMC-built Jeep CJ and Jeepster/Commando models. Includes the CJ-5, CJ-6,
CJ-7 and CJ-8 Scrambler 4x4s. The era includes AMC inline sixes, four-cylinder engines and AMC V-8s. Share how-to,
upgrades and experiences!
Jeep® YJ Wrangler, TJ Wrangler and LJ
and information sharing on 1987-95 Jeep YJ Wrangler and 1997-2006 Jeep TJ and LJ Wrangler models. Includes AMC and
Chrysler era vehicles, the LJ and Rubicon editions plus all four-cylinder and inline six-cylinder engines and
2007-Up Jeep® JK Wrangler
discussion covers the 2007-up Jeep JK Wrangler models. Includes the 3.8L and 3.6L Pentastar engines, the Rubicon
edition and the 2- and 4-door models. All things JK are on the agenda, join the Jeep JK Wrangler community
Jeep® XJ Cherokee, MJ Comanche Pickup and Grand
1984-2001 Jeep XJ Cherokee and the MJ Comanche pickup models. All 2.5L fours, 4.0L sixes and the 2.8L '84-'86 V-6
included. Buildups and discussion around the popular Jeep inline stroker six! Also includes the 1992-up Jeep Grand
Cherokee, 4.0L, 5.2L, 5.9L, 4.7L and later high-tech engines.
FSJ Models: Full-Size Jeep® Gladiator and J-Truck, Cherokee, Wagoneer and Grand
Jeep J-trucks, full-size Cherokee and Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer models covered here. Includes Kaiser-era Gladiator,
Wagoneer and Super Wagoneer, AMC-era J-truck, Cherokee and Grand Wagoneer (through 1991 Chrysler era) plus the
military M715 Gladiator based trucks.