From Willys and Overland Jeeps of World War II, to the CJ models of the '70s and early '80s, to the slightly more civilized Wrangler, the Jeep has become an American icon. Jeep has maintained its popularity by updating and modernizing the traditional two-door, removable-top Jeep without watering down its off-road capability. Jeep owners love to personalize their vehicles and modify them for better performance on and off road.
In High-Performance Jeep Wrangler TJ Builder's Guide 1997-2006, author Christian Lee explains how to upgrade your Wrangler's suspension, axles, differentials, engine, transfer case, wheels and tires, skid plates, and more, using aftermarket and salvage-yard upgrades.
This book includes more than 350 images and drawings to show beginners and experienced Jeepers how to do things right. Lee even has special sections for basic driving and recovery techniques, and photos of built-up Jeeps to give you ideas for your own Wrangler. The photos in this edition are black and white.