... ... Frequently Asked Technical Questions: Grand Cherokee Wrangler Cherokee – KevinsOffroad.com / Overland-Ready.com

Frequently Asked Technical Questions: Grand Cherokee Wrangler Cherokee - 20+ Years of Experience Breaking and Repairing Jeeps

Death Wobble Q&A: "Do aftermarket wheels and tires cause Death Wobble?"

Transcript: Hey guys Kevin from KevinsOffroad.com here we've gotten a few question over the years as to how death wobble began on their vehicles after swapping out either wheels or tires or both and it's kind of a kind of a difficult concepts but basically the factory wheels are inset inside of where the ball joint rotates so in other words it's called a high offset wheel and basically the rubber and the rolling mass of the tire sits way inboard on the inside of your ball joints now most aftermarket wheels and tires well first off in order to run...

Read more →

Jeep WJ Grand Cherokee Rocker Panel Protection

Kevin's Rock Sliderz® are "Rubicon Tested, Moab Approved"™!  We've been selling this Jeep WJ Grand Cherokee rocker panel protection successfully with lots of positive feedback since 1999, and have saved our customers hundreds of thousands of dollars in rocker panel damage on their rigs.  Hit the trails with confidence before a rock you thought you'd clear, but didn't, ruins your entire trip. Triple-structure design (total of 1/2" wall-thickness) makes our WJ Hard-KOR RockSliderz the strongest Jeep WJ Grand Cherokee rocker panel protection available ANYWHERE, hands-down.  When squeezing between a "rock and a hard place",  they protect your door panels from damage by extending...

Read more →

2003-2006 Ford Expedition Shift Indicator Problem Fixed

2003-2006 Ford Expedition Shift Indicator Problem Fixed

After much fiddling around with my dash, I think I may have resolved this problem that’s been bugging me ever since I bought the truck. The shift indicator (PRND21) on the dash would stay on either Drive, 2, or 1, and would not return to the Park, Reverse or Neutral settings. Had to take apart most of the dashboard to get to it, but after lubricating, and running it back-and-forth, I think I may have resolved the problem for the most part...it's been working now for a few months after the lube-job.

Read more →

How To Measure a Sway Bar for New Bushings

Sway Bar Measuring Tape - How To Measure a Sway Bar Various Jeeps come with different sized anti-sway bars from the factory, based on whether or not it came with a Tow Package, UpCountry or OffRoad Package, or if the previous owner upgraded or changed something before you purchased it. I found a handy measuring tape on Energy Suspension's website, which will help you figure out what size bars you have front and rear, and I wanted to make available to you here so that you know what bushings to purchase. We carry quite a few Energy Suspension Greaseable sway...

Read more →

Skid Plate Order of Installation and Purchase? Q&A w/ Kevin @ KevinsOffroad.com

"I need to buy skid plates, but can't afford to buy them all at once. What order should I buy them in?"

Read more →