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Jp Magazine - - Table Of Contents - By John Cappa jped­i­tor@jp­magazine.com

All-Ter­rain Tire

Bridge­stone an­nounces its next-gen­er­a­tion Bridge­stone Dueler A/T Revo 3 tire for crossovers, SUVs, and pickup trucks. The Dueler A/T Revo 3 is said to be en­gi­neered for smooth han­dling on the high­way while also of­fer­ing off-road ca­pa­bil­ity.

The Dueler A/T Revo 3 fea­tures all-new Trac­tion Claw tech­nol­ogy for bet­ter off-road han­dling and snow per­for­mance. A new tread pat­tern with large tread blocks and stag­gered shoul­der lugs gives the tire an ag­gres­sive look and is said to pro­vide longer-last­ing per­for­mance. The Dueler A/T Revo 3 is de­signed with open shoul­der slots to help re­duce the risk of hy­droplan­ing. It is avail­able in 37 sizes and is backed by a 60,000-mile lim­ited tread­wear war­ranty. In­for­ma­tion: Bridge­stone, 844/261-2837, bridge­stone­tire.com

Digital Com­mu­ni­ca­tion

Rugged Ra­dios in­tro­duces the RDH-16C digital 5-watt hand­held two-way ra­dio. It fea­tures 16 chan­nels and au­to­matic er­ror cor­rec­tion to can­cel out loud-en­gine back­ground noise and re­build voice data if a sig­nal be­comes cor­rupted. The digital voice trans­mis­sions are said to carry through to dis­tances where ana­log ra­dios start to fade, en­sur­ing that your mes­sage is still heard loud and clear. The RDH-16C ra­dio is ca­pa­ble of both digital and ana­log sig­nals and comes pre-pro­grammed with a se­lec­tion of both ana­log and digital chan­nels. Avail­able in ei­ther UHF or VHF, the RDH-16C hand­held ra­dio reaches dis­tances of 1-3 miles de­pend­ing on the ter­rain. It also comes with a stan­dard two-pin ac­ces­sory port, mak­ing it com­pat­i­ble with Rugged Ra­dios’ cur­rent ac­ces­sory line. In­for­ma­tion: Rugged Ra­dios, 888/541-7223, rugge­dra­dios.com

Open-Door JL

Rugged Ridge in­tro­duces new front and rear tube doors for the ’18 Jeep Wran­gler JL. The doors fea­ture a sin­gle-piece tube around the outer perime­ter of the door and a con­toured latch plate. Ro­tary-style latches and rub­ber bumpers are said to be de­signed to make the doors rat­tle free. Each door is made from 50mm steel tub­ing and 12-gauge steel plate, all of which is fin­ished with a black tex­tured pow­der­coat for rust re­sis­tance. The doors are sold in pairs and are avail­able with or without side mir­rors. Each door is backed by a five-year lim­ited war­ranty. In­for­ma­tion: Rugged Ridge, 770/614-6101, ruggedridge.com

JL Winch-Ad­der

Warn In­dus­tries in­tro­duces a winch car­rier for the new ’18 Jeep JL Wran­gler.

This car­rier is said to be en­gi­neered specif­i­cally for the JL Wran­gler Ru­bi­con’s winchready bumper. The fac­tory bumper is an op­tional ac­ces­sory for the JL, and is iden­ti­fied by the re­mov­able cen­ter cover and outer wings. This all-new car­rier for the JL is said to be en­gi­neered and cer­ti­fied to with­stand 12,000-pound pulls and is de­signed to fit the Warn Zeon, Zeon Plat­inum, VR, M8, and XD9, as well as the Mopar Ru­bi­con Winch. The JL car­rier is said to po­si­tion the winch to im­prove air­flow and de­liver zero in­ter­fer­ence with the ve­hi­cle grille. It’s de­signed, tested, and man­u­fac­tured in the USA and made from 1⁄4-inch steel. In­stal­la­tion re­quires no cut­ting, grind­ing, or drilling. In­for­ma­tion: Warn In­dus­tries, 800/543-9276, warn.com

JK Blow-By

Mishi­moto now offers the new Baf­fled Oil Catch Can for the ’12-’18 Jeep Wran­gler. The 2-ounce can is said to re­duce the amount of harm­ful blow-by oil that coats the in­take tracts and cakes your valves with car­bon de­posits. In­ter­nal air divert­ers slow the in­com­ing air for more ef­fec­tive air/oil sep­a­ra­tion as a 50-mi­cron bronze fil­ter helps fil­ter that air, and an in­ter­nal alu­minum baf­fle pre­vents any caught con­tent from be­ing re­cir­cu­lated back into the sys­tem. The one-piece, 2.5mm-thick steel bracket was said to be spe­cially en­gi­neered to with­stand a heavy amount of move­ment and abuse. The mount is se­cured on the chas­sis. Each kit in­cludes black rub­ber hoses, a black pow­der­coated bracket, and is backed by a life­time war­ranty. In­for­ma­tion: Mishi­moto, 302/762-4503, mishi­moto.com

Fu­eled Drill

Mil­wau­kee Tool in­tro­duces the new M18 FUEL cord­less 1⁄2 -inch Drill Driver, 1⁄2 -inch Ham­mer Drill, and 1⁄4-inch Im­pact Driver. The tools are said to be up to two times faster and have 60 per­cent more power. These M18 FUEL tools fea­ture a Pow­er­state brush­less mo­tor, RedLithium bat­tery pack, and RedLink Plus In­tel­li­gence. Each de­liv­ers 1,200 lb-in of torque. They are shorter than the lead­ing com­peti­tors, giv­ing users more ac­cess into tight spa­ces. Other fea­tures in­clude chucks with black ox­ide jaws and an up­dated sleeve knurl pat­tern for im­proved bit re­ten­tion. They are avail­able in kits with cases and ex­tra bat­ter­ies or as bare tools. In­for­ma­tion: Mil­wau­kee Tool, 800/729-3878, mil­wau­kee­tool.com

JL Booster

Daystar in­tro­duces a new 2-inch lift kit for the ’18 Jeep JL Wran­gler. The lift is said to pro­vide more room for larger tires and in­creased ar­tic­u­la­tion. Each kit comes with four Kevlar-in­fused polyurethane spac­ers and new lower con­trol arms.

Other fea­tures in­clude new sway bar links and ex­tended bump­stops. The Daystar 2-inch lift is said to al­low up to 35-inch tires on non-Ru­bi­con models and up to 37-inch tires on Ru­bi­con models. Like all Daystar kits, it is made in the USA and comes with the Daystar Go Ev­ery­where War­ranty. In­for­ma­tion: Daystar, 800/595-7659, daystar­web.com

Wran­gler Sound-Off

DynoMax Per­for­mance Ex­haust has added a new Jeep Wran­gler JL per­for­mance ex­haust sys­tem to its prod­uct line. The DynoMax JL per­for­mance ex­haust sys­tem fits four-door ’18 Jeep Wran­gler JL 3.6L V-6 models. In­side the DynoMax Super Turbo muf­fler are spun-locked heads and flow-di­rec­tor tech­nol­ogy. Each ex­haust is con­structed from stain­less steel; the muf­fler in­cludes a pol­ished, 304-grade stain­less steel cover that pro­vides a mir­ror fin­ish. The new kit in­cludes 2.5-inch stain­less steel man­drel-bent pip­ing to help ex­tend pro­tec­tion against cor­ro­sion, and it was en­gi­neered to main­tain fac­tory emis­sions rout­ing for form, fit, and ease of in­stal­la­tion. The sys­tem is fin­ished with a pair of 4-inch stain­less steel buffed and pol­ished ex­haust tips em­bossed with the DynoMax logo. All nec­es­sary hard­ware, hang­ers, clamps, and other ac­ces­sories, plus highly de­tailed, step-by-step in­stal­la­tion in­struc­tions, are in­cluded. In­for­ma­tion: DynoMax Per­for­mance Ex­haust, 734/384-7806, dynomax.com

Stretch Re­cov­ery

VooDoo Of­froad now offers ki­netic re­cov­ery ropes with in­te­grated soft shackle ends for easy at­tach­ment to nearly any open- or closed-loop re­cov­ery point. Each re­cov­ery rope fea­tures an 11,700-pound break­ing point and will stretch up to 28 per­cent for more pulling power. VooDoo Of­froad ropes are made in the USA and fea­ture a wa­ter-, UV-, and abra­sion-re­sis­tant polyurethane coat­ing. These 1⁄2-inch, 12-strand ny­lon, sin­gle-braid ropes are made in the USA and are avail­able in VooDoo green or black and in lengths from 10 to 30 feet. In­for­ma­tion: VooDoo Of­froad, 844/866-3661, voodooof­froad­ropes.com

Super Speedo

Su­per­chips in­tro­duces the Flash­cal for the new ’18 Jeep Wran­gler JL. Each JL Flash­cal in­cludes a new jumper mod­ule in ad­di­tion to the hand­held unit it­self. The jumper gives you the abil­ity to take advantage of all the Flash­cal fea­tures. Ad­justable pa­ram­e­ters in­clude tire di­am­e­ter from 25 to 40 inches; TPMS on/off; gear ra­tio ad­just­ment for 2.73, 3.07, 3.21, 3.55, 3.73, 4.10, 4.56, 4.88, 5.13, and 5.38; trans­fer case low range ad­just­ment for 2.72, 3.00, 3.80, 4.00, 4.10, 4.30, and 5.00; sway bar dis­con­nect in 2HI; one-touch lane change on/off; fog­light dropout on/off; day­time run­ning light dropout on/off; auto park on/off; and more. It also gives you the abil­ity to read and clear di­ag­nos­tic trou­ble codes. In­for­ma­tion: Su­per­chips, 888-2272447, su­per­chips.com

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