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Going that extra mile for customers isn’t uncommon for Rebel Off Road.
Robbie Bryant explains why not every build goes according to plan
Brett Habig knows a thing or two about what breaks necks at SEMA.
Lifted rigs aren’t just for guys and Extreme Offroad and Performance’s recent Jeep JK build proves that.
Dave Doetsch has been fascinated with Jeeps ever since he was a kid.
Building a SEMA project vehicle is no easy task.
Austin O’Krinsky has always been a builder. From a young age, he was obsessed with trucks and off-road racing, which evolved to working on trucks by the time he was a teen.
Back in 2008, Shaun Freilich built his first SEMA truck that debuted in the RBP booth.
After the introduction of the latest Jeep Wrangler JK model, GenRight Off Road went straight to work to build their Predator JK, which has since garnered lots of attention.
Seven years ago, Kenny Hauk came up with the idea to build the sickest 4x4s on the planet, combining styling cues from the hot rod industry and incorporating them into off-road creations.
Last year was a momentous year for AnzoUSA, an aftermarket lighting company with more than 30 years of experience.
A Jeep’s appeal is about more than its off-road abilities. Over the years the Jeep JK has grown to celebrity cult status, with four-door Wranglers popping up everywhere.