by Chuck from PowerAddicts YouTube
(Close to Nashville TN)
Chuck here from PowerAddicts-YouTube and FixJeeps.com the website. I use my 1991 Jeep Wrangler as the center of the mods and fixes I present on the site and YouTube channel.
As I mentioned in the title, I have named her Beth. Why Beth? Good question. Kinda simple answer. All you movie buffs, think back to the original Frankenstein movie. Old Frankie was piece parted to create the movie character we all grew to know. Well, Frankie needed a sweetheart because he was lonely. Enter "Bride of Frankenstein", she was created much the same way as Frankie. Some people don't remember the "Bride" has a name. Her name is Elizabeth. I then shortened it to Beth. Beth (the Jeep) has a mix of different parts that make up what she is. There are obviously original Jeep parts. But, there are Dodge Durango parts, Chevy parts and Ford truck parts as well. I'll create a mod list below of the mods that I have done.
Other car manufactures parts grafted in:
GMC Sonoma leaf packs to create a 2" suspension lift
Dodge Durango alternator for a 136 amp upgrade
Chevy S10 shifter stick welded to the original broken AX-15 shifter stalk
Ford truck U-Joint U-bolts to upgrade the cheap and weak original Dana 35 straps
Ford 8.8 rear differential upgrade
Ford 351 injectors
Buick M90 Supercharger
GM 2 Bar MAP sensor to control the fuel
Electronic MAP controller to control the MAP sensor voltage that controls the fuel
and whatever else I get the urge to do
Lots of off-road LED lighting thanks to a sponsor
LED headlights with Hella Lens upgrade
H4 Relay upgrade wiring harness
LED tail lights
Bestop Supertop full soft top and soft doors
33 x 12.50 Maxis Bighorn tires on 15x8 5-Hole Ultra wheels
Coming up: 4.6 Stroker kit from Clegg Engine
Fuel pump access plate in the rear cargo area
Removed silencer from the airbox
I'm sure there is more, just cant think of it at the moment.
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