Jeep Wranglers used for off-roading activities sustain an awful lot of abuse. Fording riverbeds, sloshing through snow, and clambering up slopes put additional stress and strain on just about every part of your Jeep Wrangler. The parts that must be replaced are generally those closest to the ground, since they are often damaged by flying debris. The most popular Jeep Wrangler restoration parts we sell are panels and fenders. Made of high-grade steel, they are designed to fit all factory-built Wranglers. Although professional installation is recommended, these parts can be put in by most amateur mechanics.
A phrase you may have heard being thrown around is a Jeep tub. A tub is the entire body (minus the frame) of a Jeep. Replacing a Jeep tub is a monstrous amount of work, and should only be considered if your rig’s body is too rusty or bent to pass your state inspection. If your tub is fine, but your frame isn’t, there are Jeep Wrangler frame repair kits on the market. Some of these come in the form of braces for more extreme off-roaders. Others are weld-in frame rails. These are meant to reinforce sections of your frame that have rotted or rusted away. Always rely on a professional for installation. You don’t want to be cutting willy-nilly into your rig’s frame.
Are your Wrangler's body panels starting to show their age, or were they damaged from an accident? We carry replacement body panels and ascociated components to make repair easy and worry-free! ExtremeTerrain has your restoration and repair needs covered with our large selection of body panels for JK, TJ & YJ Jeep Wranglers!
- Rubicon, Sahara, Sport S, Sport, Unlimited, Islander, Rocky Mountain, Renegade Wranglers
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