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Jeep Wrangler Level Red
As far as showroom-stock off-roaders go, the Jeep Wrangler is arguably one of the most capable, and turning it into a real trail monster worthy of the “Red Level” moniker—which refers to the rating given to the most difficult trails—can be as simple as perusing the comprehensive list of available Jeep Performance Parts and Mopar catalogs. From the former, this manual-transmission Wrangler gets a two-inch lift kit, Dana 44 axles with a 4:10 ratio front and rear, a Rock-Trac transfer case with 4:1 low range, rock rails, a tire carrier, and last but not least, a locking gas cap. The Level Red’s crawl range is 73:1. Prototype beadlock-capable wheels wrapped in 35-inch BFGoodrich M/T tires sit at each corner. The half-door kit comes from Mopar, and Rubicon 10th anniversary bumpers are mounted front and rear. Other aesthetic touches include TorRed striping, beadlock rings, and HVAC rings. If you’re thinking the Level Red’s “Badge of Honor” emblems might look nice on your ride, you’ll have to earn them the hard way by conquering any of 30 trails designated by Jeep for the program, including five at Moab.