PRESS RELEASE #51 Jeep Comanche MJ 4.5″ Suspension Lift Kit Fits: 1986-1992 Jeep Comanche MJ Kit: 4.5″ Suspension Lift Kit Part: #J29 Base Price: $549.95 View kit online Quick Specs: Skill Level: 3 of 5 Installation Time: 5-6 hrs Max Tire size: 32 x 11.5 Wheels: 15×8″ Backspacing: 4.75″ Coldwater, MI—July 2, 2012—With the popularity of Project MJ, Zone continues new product development with the release of a 4.5″ suspension lift kit for Jeep Comanche trucks. Whether you’re hauling parts or hitting the trail, Zone Offroad’s new 4.5″ suspension lift kit will improve the performance and offroad capabilities of your ’86-92

(Click here to read Part 1 and Part 2) The Rigs of UA One of the cool things about UA is seeing the diversity of rigs that are driven on the Ultimate Adventure, from Péwé’s long travel IFS F150 to a mid-80s Land Cruiser, ’70s F250 to a couple of Samaris, an Amigo, a pair of solid-axed Nissans, 1-ton Chevys, an E-350 van, and all breeds of Jeeps. All had their advantages as well as their shortcomings, but what a sight to see the cruising through the back roads of America. This year Zone Offroad decided to build something a

Project MJ Update VII: Final Preparations (continued)… Going into the late night hours the rig is cosmetically and mechanical finished so we’re calling it a night. The Jeep is heading out for the next couple hours in the cable hands of head engineer Glen H. for a shake down and to get some miles on the new drivetrain in preparation for swapping engine and diff fluid on the new equipment before it hits the trails. Still on the list of tasks, wiring the Warn winch, get the CB mounted, install the belly pan skid plate, prep and install the rest

While we’d love to tell you about all the final preparations to the MJ for the Ultimate Adventure, there simply isn’t time with all the loose ends we’re tying up. The Golen 4.6L Stroker is running smoothly and the suspension is set. We took it out for a quick drive up our RTI ramp to check out the flex and see where we needed to make adjustments being that we need to hit the road soon.  Check out the photos…