GREG ADLER BATTLES THE HEAT IN RENO

Compton, California (September 1, 2017) – Greg Adler and Team 4 Wheel Parts scaled the heights of Wild West Motorsports Park this past weekend as the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series brought the unpredictable chaos of short course off road racing to Reno, Nevada.

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Suspension Upgrades

Pro Comp Alloy Wheels 1079

After many wheeling trips, including the Mojave Road and Last Chance, the springs on my 1995 Jeep Wrangler YJ were getting tired. I replaced the rear springs with Pro Comp Cherokee leafs and they rode great.

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Dayton, TN WeRock Competition – Part 1

Our rock crawling team at 4Wheel Drive Hardware headed out to Dayton, Tennessee this past June 25th and 26th, 2010 for the second WeRock rock crawling competition. We arrived on Friday all set for the comp at 5pm on Friday night but they ended up postponing it until 7pm due to the heat – thank goodness! Not only was it over 90 degrees outside, but all drivers are required to wear a fire suit consisting of long pants and a jacket – not exactly conducive to the heat. I was pretty relieved.

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Team 311 Finishes 4th

The weekend of May 22-23 kicked off the 2010 WeRock Eastern rock crawling competition at Rausch Creek Off Road Park in Pennsylvania. The rock crawling courses at Rausch are either sprayed concrete, natural rock, or a combination of the two. We ran 4 courses on Saturday and 4 on Sunday.

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Upgrades to My Jeep

I own, drive, and wheel a 1995 Jeep Wrangler YJ. I bought it used in 2001 off a used Jeep dealer. It was stock with no modifications at all and 79,000 miles on the odometer – not many miles for the venerable 4.0L motor. Backing that straight six is the Chrysler 32RH 3-speed auto transmission, followed by the NP231 transfer case. The axles were the Dana 30 and 35s geared with 3.07s. The interior was original, as was the black soft top. The bright red with a splashy vinyl graphic down both sides matched the color of the fender flares.

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