Video: Extreme Terrain Spotlights Customer’s 2014 Wrangler Florida Crawler


Off-road authority, ExtremTerrain (XT) releases a new episode of its “Customer Builds” YouTube series highlighting a 4″ lifted 2014 Jeep Wrangler JKU with a laundry list of mods. XT’s Merideth Evasew hosts the interview with Brian G. from Florida with the goal of sharing ideas and inspiration with XT’s Jeep-loving community. A full breakdown of Brian’s mods, with additional images and product specs, can be found on his dedicated build page at extremeterrain.com.

Brian’s JKU is used as his wife’s daily driver and for off-road adventures. As Brian reveals, “She wanted the look andperformance as well. So, it wasn’t just about going off-road. She wanted this to be stylized. She wanted it to be badass.”Beginning with the foundation, Merideth and Brian discuss the benefits of his wheel and tire setup as well as his decision process on several other upgrades.

These include a set of Barricade Fender Flares, Teraflex HD Tie Rod and Drag Link Kit, AFE Magnum FORCE Stage 2 Cold Air Intake, and the MBRP Black Series Axle-Back Exhaust. Viewers will learn more about some key lighting, armor, and recovery mods along with the upcoming plans in the works for his suspension.

This 2014 Jeep Wrangler JKU is a clean and incredibly functional build. Each mod was thoughtfully chosen to work together for maximum function both on and off the road. The lengthy list of upgrades gives Jeep owners plenty of inspiration they can use on their own build. In addition to its “Customer Build” videos, XT supports the community with comprehensive tech guides, installation tutorials, and one-on-one customer support.

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Gavin Wollenburg

Editor – gavin.wollenburg@shawgroupmedia.com Gavin grew up around Mopars in his lakeside home in Ohio, his father showing him nearly everything he needed to know about haulin' some serious rear in his '72 Dart Swinger. Since then, he's made his little A-Body a serious autocross contender and regularly shows the modern boys how an old Dart does it!

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