This 1982 CJ8 Scrambler features a '97 Chevy 350 Vortech
V8, 4L80E auto tranny, Dana 300 t-case, Dana 44 axles with ARB Air Lockers and
4.88 gears. The suspension features a spring over lift with Wrangler springs,
Rancho 9000 shocks and a MORE shackle reversal. Tires are 35" Mickey Thompson
Bias Claws mounted on Outlaw 2 wheels. Other parts include: Part's Mike hi-steer
arms, Bestop seats, Wrangler mirror conversion, Arrow 33 gallon fuel tank and
more. You will also find our new CJ8 Boulder Bars
All J front bumper
and our new custom
rear CJ8 wrap around rear bumper
! We also built a rack over the rear bed
cover between the roll bar. How does the Jeep work? Well after a short test
run in Big Bear, we loaded it up, hitched on an Adventure
and drove to the Rubicon Trail. We ran the Rubicon pulling the trailer,
then drove all the way back. A successful maiden voyage for sure, we didn't
expect anything less from this Jeep!
this 1998 TJ, we built the custom overhead storage rack, using custom parts
and supports to hold up a Con-Ferr roof rack! Below, we also built our rear
tire rack with a custom sized Con-Ferr rack and gas can holders! This TJ is
also equipped with All J's front & rear bumpers and Boulder Bars. More mods
include, PIAA lighting, Onboard air from Kilby, Gas tank Skid from Kilby, Rancho
Rock Crawler lift boosted to 5" with lots of custom parts, Advance Adapters
SYE, 35" MT/R's, Tera Low, Currie steering rod conversion, and more!
Long arm suspensions, custom lifts or complete
vehicles! All J Products can build just about anything you want.
To the left is one of our shop Jeeps. It has Boulder
Bars, an All J Front Bumper with a Warn winch,
an All J Rear Bumper, a TJ
Storage Box, an Nth DEGREE 6" long arm PLUS a 5.5" Nth Degree
Stretch Kit, a high clearnce belly pan,
an engine skid, 35" tires, a custom installed Dana 44 rear axle, our
own custom tire rack with Rubicon style basket, PIAA lighting, Kilby On Board Air and much more.
There's just TOO much cool stuff on this Jeep TJ
to list! Hover over the photo to the left for a larger picture.
Mario Donovan from AdventureTrailers.com
needed a new rear bumper for his Jeep Comanche, he needed a bumper strong enough
to tow his off-road camping trailers. His previous bumper had cracked from this
type of use. Our task? Build Mario a bumper that would look good, hold up to
the job of towing and wheeling, and if possible offer some protection for the
Comanche's rear overhang. So how did All J Products do? Here are Mario's own
words: "My bumper is doing the tow duty beautifully. Thank you for your
great craftsmanship." This custom Jeep MJ rear bumper was built from 2"x6"x3/16
thick box tubing. The mounts were plasma cut from 1/4" plate, and bolt
up with 5 bolts per side. Very cool!