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This past weekend marked the 2nd Annual Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival in Butler, PA birthplace of the original Jeep. Although this is only the 2nd year of the event, it’s an event that’s been in the making for more than 70 years since the original Jeep prototype was built in the American Bantam Car Company’s facility to meet the Army’s demands for a light weight reconnoissance vehicle to use during WWII. Thousands flocked to the little town for the weekend’s festivities with events going on around town, events at the fairgrounds, and trail rides around the area. This show brings

Each year at the PA Jeeps All Breeds Jeep Show, Zone donates a free Jeep lift kit to a lucky club member. Only catch, the winner has to bring their own tools and install the kit in Zone’s booth during the event. The goal for the project is to show how the average enthusiasts using basic hand tools can install a lift kit over the course of a weekend. And for added bonus the winner gets to take their Jeep out for its inaugural run on the RTI ramp and obstacle course immediate following the install. Over the years we’ve

PRESS RELEASE #48 Jeep Wrangler YJ 4″ Suspension Lift Kit Fits: 1987-1995 Jeep Wrangler YJ Kit: 4″ Suspension Lift Kit Part: #J28 Base Price: $625.95 View kit online Quick Specs: Skill Level: 3 of 5 Installation Time: 4-6 hrs Max Tire size: 33 x 12.5 Wheels: 15×8 Backspacing: 3.5-4″ Front and rear Zone Offroad leaf springs using urethane bushings 5 leaf pack with anti-friction pads and center leaf spacer plates Forged pitman arm and track bar bracket Coldwater, MI—June 25, 2012—Now available from Zone Offroad Products, a complete 4″ suspension lift kit to add to its arsenal of Jeep products.

Fred Williams, Tech Editor of Petersen’s 4-Wheel & Off-Road Magazine stopped by Zone’s R&D facilities earlier this week with a brand spankin’ new 2012 Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon. This rig is being built up for the 2012 Ultimate Adventure and will be featuring some pretty radical modification by the time its finished. Fred’s stop at Zone was to get the Zone prototype long arm suspension installed on the JK and swap the stock tires for a set of 35” Nitto Trail Grapplers. In the end, a Zone 4” prototype longarm lift kit with Zone Nitro shocks and stabilizer were installed

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