We may start out with a normal vehicle, but by the time we’re done it’s a whole different animal. Here’s a list of some of the modifications:
1.) The first thing we need is a bit more clearance. Lift kits are installed to give the front a 4 inch lift, and 4.5 inches in the back.
2.) Along with Rancho 5000 shocks, heavy rear springs are added to give it a smoother ride.
3.) Next, adjustable rear and front track bars are added, and the pitman bar is dropped. The 4-wheel drive shift lever also has to be lowered.
4.) For extra protection the existing skidplate is lowered.
5.) Then BF Goodrich 31-10-50 tires are put on.
6.) Before G & S Design begins the jeep is gutted. The carpeting, seats, and accessories are all removed at this time, as well as the console, roof, and doors.
7.) Then G & S fabricates the roll cage, rear bucket, and benches. Our roll cage design is new and has never been tested with passengers.
8.) Paint vehicle YELLOW, put on logos.
9.) We cover the floorboard area with rhino lining. This provides a slip proof surface to help prevent falls. It gives great gripping surface when the jeep is at a 45 degree angle.
10.) Tie down the custom made canopy. Add wink mirrors.
11.) Insert back seats, seat belts, and side steps. Padding on roll cage. Tip sign.
12.) Fire extinguishers and first aid kits are installed.