Rick Jones from Las Vegas, Nevada, tells us his 2014 Wrangler JKU started life as a rental Jeep in Hawaii. It has been budget-built with 90 percent used parts. He swapped in Dana 44 axles from a 2013 Rubicon and added RCV front axleshafts. A MetalCloak 3.5-inch Game Changer lift with King shocks makes room for the 37x12.50R17 Nitto Trail Grappler tires. A Smittybilt 12,000-pound winch with synthetic rope is perched on the MetalCloak front bumper. We had the privilege to see this Jeep in action during the 2017 Jp Dirt ’N Drive event.