The Customization Machine
One of the coolest parts about owning a Jeep Wrangler has always been the ability to customize one, making your Wrangler unlike anything else on the road (or the trail… or the beach… or the mountain. Because, you know, Wrangler).
Whether you’re looking for lift kits, unstoppable wheel/tire combos, interior flourishes, or creating a unique and one-of-a-kind grille out of the Wrangler’s iconic front end, there is no vehicle that is more ripe for customization, more ready for you to put your signature touches on it than a Wrangler.
So here are just a few of the easiest ways you can transform your Wrangler from bone stock to one-of-a-kind.
Get that Grille
As we mentioned before, the Wrangler grille is not just one of the most iconic elements in SUV history; it’s one of the most recognizable in motor vehicle history.
The vertical vents/circular headlamp (square, if we go back a bit further) combo has basically become its own logo. But that doesn’t mean you can’t add some flair to your Wrangler’s front end.
Installing an overlay, mesh, or billet grilles can easily change the entire look while maintaining that classic Jeep styling. The same can be said for an easy headlamp upgrade, which not only improves performance, but can change the look and feel in just a matter of minutes.
That New Pair of Shoes
Depending on the trim level of your Jeep Wrangler, you may already be equipped with off-road-ready wheels and tires.
But one of the easiest and quickest mods you can make is installing some new wheels and wrapping them in a set of action-ready rubber that won’t back down in the face of adventure.
Of course, some combos may require a lift kit, which, duh.
If you’re using your Jeep for off roading (or even if you aren’t), upgrading the front and rear bumpers to something a bit sturdier and ready for action has never been easier.
And with a bevy of options at your fingertips, from the slightly-tougher-than-stock to the absolutely hardcore, transforming the look and performance of your Jeep at the front and back is a breeze.
Recovery is Key
Of course, if you are planning to be off road frequently, you’ll want to upgrade your Wrangler with some recovery options, many of which are integrated right into those bumpers.
Whether it’s a winch or a set of d-rings, storable recovery straps and tow pulls, you’ll want to be ready for any situation that arises out in the wild.
Two of the most popular mods for some of the more heavy duty off roaders in the Jeep community have everything to do with getting fresh air into your motor.
Whether it’s a cold air intake, which will increase your horsepower with ease, or a snorkel, which will get air into your motor when you’re crossing even the deepest creeks, these two upgrades allow the action to continue on unimpeded.
The Tip of the Iceberg
These are just a few of our favorite Jeep Wrangler modifications. There are so, so, so many more. We can’t wait to see what you do with yours.