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    by Published on 06-06-2016 02:59 PM
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    As amazingly capable as the Jeep Renegade is and especially so with the Trailhawk version of it, there is one thing that it really should have come with from the factory and keeps it from being a more worthy off road vehicle - ROCK SLIDERS! Without them, it doesn't take much to damage the plastic rocker trim, pinch seam and even the doors when you're playing on the rocks. Fortunately, Daystar recognized the need for rocker protection on a Renegade and came out with an awesome set that wraps all the way around the pinch seam, all the way to the front and rear of it and it even has an internal structure that presses firmly against the body to help distribute the load caused by a hard hit. Another nice feature of the Daystar Rock Sliders is the addition of a tube extending out from it to help protect your doors, act as a pivot point, can be used to Hi-Lift from and to a degree, act as a step. Of course, not only will these rock sliders do a great job of protecting your Renegade, they'll also make it look awesome. In this write-up, you get to see step by step instructions on how to install them.
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    by Published on 06-06-2016 12:50 AM

    There is a place located in the Southeast corner of Utah and it is know by Jeepers from around the world as being a holy land of off-roading. It is a land of slick rock, big ledges, intimidating climbs and scary off camber obstacles that have you clinging to the edge of cliff faces over a thousand feet up. This place is none other than Moab, the home of the Easter Jeep Safari and where Cindy and I make a pilgrimage to every year with our good friends and to put our Jeeps and ourselves to the test. In this new WAYALIFE Epic Trex Adventure video series, you'll get to see all the fun we had during a week of wheeling in this amazing place and taking on Jeep trails such as Flat Iron Mesa, Cliffhanger, Poison Spider Mesa, Gold Bar Rim and the Golden Spike.

    Part 1 in this multi-part series highlights our rendezvous with our friends in Vegas, our long journey out to Moab and the very first trail we ran once we got there, Flat Iron Mesa. We hope you enjoy our presentation and if you have a moment afterwards, we'd be grateful if you could please let us know what you thought about it. Thank you for watching.

    by Published on 06-01-2016 06:09 PM
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    For Cindy and I, Memorial Day weekend is when we like to kick off the summer camping season and for 2016, we decided to do it out in the middle of Nevada and up in the Toiyabe Range. As luck would have it, our good friends Sharkey and his daughter, JeepFan, GemHunter and their daughter Tina, MTG, Wendy and their kids, Trail Bud, Moochie and OverlanderJK were all able to join in on the fun. In addition to just resting and relaxing, we also spent some time exploring canyons in the area and paid a visit to the old county seat of Nye County, the ever charming ghost town of Belmont. Here are some photos from our trip, I hope you enjoy them.
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    by Published on 05-16-2016 12:32 AM

    I know it's been a long time coming and we apologize for making you wait but Cindy and I are happy to announce that our all new, WAYALIFE Epic Trex Adventure series is finally almost done and it's going to be called, "MOAB - FORK YEAH!" On this trip, you'll get to see all the fun we had, with our good friends and taking on famous Jeep trails out in Moab, Utah including Flat Iron Mesa, Cliffhanger, Poison Spider Mesa, Gold Bar Rim and the Golden Spike. We hope that you'll enjoy watching this official trailer for the series as it'll give you a good taste of things to come.

    by Published on 05-09-2016 01:54 AM

    Situated between Body Snatcher and the Golden Staircase, Double Whammy is an optional obstacle on the Golden Spike Trail that is known for breaking axles, drive shafts, ring and pinions and on occasions, for rolling Jeeps onto their lids. In this really short clip, you'll get to see Cindy make it look easy in Moby, our 2007 Jeep JK Wrangler powered by a 6.2L LS V8 and pushing 40" Toyo MT's on a Dyantrac ProRock 60 front axle and full float Dynatrac ProRock 80 in the rear. A BIG THANKS goes to our good friend Tony (JeepFan) for helping us to make this clip possible. We hope you enjoy.



    by Published on 05-02-2016 01:32 AM

    Chewy Hill (sometimes referred to as "Which Way") is the second major obstacle on the Pritchett Canyon Jeep Trail but the first that you have to take on as there are no bypasses. From what I understand, this challenging obstacle used to be a graded dugway but over time and hard use by off-roaders, it has eroded into a series of large, slippery ledges with the last of which being considerably off camber. Needless to say, it's a tough climb and one that typically requires a good amount of momentum to get up the first half of the hill and then careful finesse to make it up to the top. In this short clip, you'll get to see two different camera angles of me taking this tough hill on in Moby, our 2007 Jeep JK Wrangler powered by a 6.2L LS V8 and pushing 40" Toyo MT's. A BIG THANKS goes to our good friend Tony (JeepFan) for helping us to make this clip possible. We hope you enjoy.



    by Published on 04-26-2016 01:11 AM

    Rocker Knocker is without question one of the most famous obstacles on the Pritchett Canyon Jeep Trail in Moab, Utah. Essentially a huge set of ledges with a sandy base to make things slick, this obstacle typically requires big horse power or a careful line that will push your Jeep to the edge of flopping on its side. Because of its difficulty, a winch point is located up on top and it isn't uncommon to see broken parts laying around. In this short clip, you'll get to see two different camera views of Cindy taking on this formidable challenge in Moby, our 2007 Jeep JK Wrangler powered by a 6.2L LS V8 and pushing 40" Toyo MT's. A BIG THANKS goes to our good friend Tony (JeepFan) for helping us to make this clip possible. We hope you enjoy.


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