Flood v Fog v Driving v Spot

PAOLI, Pa. (March 5th, 2019) – When it comes to Jeep lighting, no one wants to be left in the dark! ExtremeTerrain’s Ryan Huck recently produced this video explaining various types of auxiliary lighting, what they do, and how to use them. Shining light on a wall from 15 feet away, Ryan compares lighting patterns, weighing pros and cons, as well as the appropriate situations where they should be used. Additionally, we have added this video as a resource to our Jeep technical guides on off-road lighting explained.

Parts featured in this episode include: Lifetime LED 3 in. Square LED Flood Beam, Baja Designs XL Racer Edition LED High Speed Spot Beam, Baja Designs Squadron Pro LED Driving Beam, and KC HiLiTES 6 in. Black SlimLite Halogen Fog Beam.

“I’m a huge fan of all sorts of auxiliary lighting but the different types of lights, what they’re good for, and where they should be mounted can be confusing.  This video explains all of that and is a must see if you’re thinking of adding lights to your Jeep!”—Ryan Huck

Watch it here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throttleout-feb2019-2.html

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Write an Install Guide & Get UP TO $200

PAOLI, Pa. (February 12th, 2019) – Attention all 1987 to 2019 Jeep Wrangler owners: want to earn free parts for your rig? ExtremeTerrain’s Customer Submitted Install Guide Program gives you the chance to earn money toward parts purchases. From Armor, to Lift-Kits, to Wheels and Tires, you can earn toward parts from any category! So far, we have given out over $110,000 in parts since the program’s inception in August of 2014.

ExtremeTerrain (XT) prides itself in providing step-by-step technical guides and installation guides to compliment all the products they sell. With thousands upon thousands of products available, the team at XT can’t produce each one. With that, XT is reaching out to the masses to announce their program where you can earn free parts. Here is an example of one of our customer submitted install guides, to give you and idea of what we are describing: https://www.extremeterrain.com/Barricade-Skid-Plate-cust-install-J123338-JL.html

Visit https://www.extremeterrain.com/install-guide-submission.html to learn more about how the program works and to download their template so you can start to produce your guide today. Who knows, maybe your guide can be published on ExtremeTerrain.



TJ vs JL Wrangler

ExtremeTerrain video host Ryan Huck recently visited his “happy place” at Rausch Creek Off-Road Park in Pine Grove, PA with both of his Wranglers, new and old, to have a little fun and see how capable his stock JL is in comparison to his modified TJ. Ryan takes both Jeeps through a series of trails, from easiest to most complicated, to see if the stock JL could keep up with his trusty old TJ. 

Watch it here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throttleout-feb2019.html

TJ VS JL Wrangler at Rausch Creek Off-Road Park

PAOLI, Pa. (February 6th, 2019) – In the latest edition of ExtremeTerrain’s (XT) “Throttle Out” YouTube Series, XT host Ryan Huck visits Rausch Creek Off-Road Park in Pine Grove, PA with his new, stock, 2.0L-powered 2018 JL Wrangler 2-door and his trusty, heavily-modified, 1998 TJ Wrangler to give them a proper shake down while comparing how each performs on the trail.

Ryan has had his TJ since he earned his license over 16 years ago and it was his daily driver until recently, when he purchased his new JL. His TJ has been through several iterations of lift kits and is functionally modified with all the supporting components needed to handle even the toughest of trails. On the other hand, his new JL Wrangler is bone-stock, for the time being, but is equipped with more technology and modern architecture, making for an interesting comparison to his old TJ on the trail. Which one would you choose to take out on your local trail?

“We knew at the start that the TJ would be able to out-wheel the JL, but I was excited to see what the stock JL could do and I wasn’t disappointed!  It was great to have both of my Jeeps out on the trail and it made me look forward to building my JL even more.” –Ryan Huck

Watch it here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throttleout-feb2019.html


About ExtremeTerrain

ExtremeTerrain.com is a leader in aftermarket ‘05+ Toyota Tacoma and ’87- 2019 JL Jeep Wrangler parts and accessories. Located just outside Philadelphia, PA, ExtremeTerrain provides Wrangler and Tacoma owners with fast shipping and enthusiast-level, award winning service, while also ensuring the conservation and protection of off-road trails. Visit http://www.extremeterrain.com.