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Jeep 101 - Differential Fluid (oil) Change
by Moab Man
Maybe you?re too lazy, just forget, or don?t know how; but your Jeeps' axles need a little love from time to time.
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Jeep 101 - Oil Change
by Dr. Jones
All maintenance is important, but if we had to rank any one item as most critical, it would be the oil change. It is, in fact, the life blood of your engine.
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Jeep Thermostat Replacement
by Icky
It?s 6 a.m. and you?re heading out the door to work. You climb into the cold seat of your Jeep, very cold seat if it?s vinyl, and fire up the engine anxiously waiting for the heater to warm up.
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Mounting beadlocks at home
by Ron Powell
Ah beadlocks! You want them. You need them. And now that you have them, how the heck do you mount them!?  
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OX Locker
by Moab Man
I'm going to say it right up front; The Ox locker is a smooth shifting, bomb proof locker. It is almost zero maintenance and incorporates many features not found on other lockers.
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OX Locker Cable Issues
by Moab Man
The most common question we receive here at MJ pertaining to the OX Locker is ?Why won?t the locker engage or disengage?? Whether your problems are with an ARB locker or an OX, it all comes down to the monkey that did the installing.
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