But Did You Die?!?!
CAYLEBPECK is not a stranger to the Jeep world. He and his brothers grew up in the back seat of a Jeep. His dad would take him and his brothers out in the Jeep as much as he could.
As they grew up, each one would get their own Jeep and start to modify it the way they wanted to. Peck Brothers found this 1998 Jeep Wrangler down in Oklahoma, for what he thought was a “good deal”. Once they got it back to Idaho, the tear-down started.
The Peck Brothers wanted to build a low, powerful crawling machine. With the help of an LQ9 6.0 LS engine, 4l80 transmission, Dana 60 upfront, and Sterling 10.5 in the rear. Radflo 2.5in coil-overs help keep the Jeep flexy and stable on and off the trail.
Motobilt trusses help keep the axles strong while using the Motobilt 4link suspension kit. 43in Interco Super Swampers were used for traction wrapped around Raceline Monster Beadlocks. The low stance, big tires, and big horsepower help propel this monster anywhere the Peck Brothers can point it.
If you see them out on the trail, stop and take a look at this amazing built 1998 Jeep Wrangler. You won’t regret it. And if you have time, make sure you go check out there Instagram, and YouTube Channel.