Here at JeepWorld World HQ, we have more Jeep Grab Handles in stock than ever before. It’s a huge assortment of colors and designs to compliment every Jeep and every taste. Why do you need Jeep Grab Handles for your Jeep Wrangler? Each set gives passengers a place to grab onto when driving on or off road; a perfect, easy, and affordable “oh sh!t” handle when trail riding or mudding. Our grab handles also also provide a grabbing point to help pull them up into the Jeep, especially those that are lifted. Grab handles also make an easy and affordable gift for the favorite Jeeper in your life. They fit great in a stocking (hint, hint).
At JeepWorld we’re always searching for new and exciting Jeep Accessories to offer. Here are three of our favorites for the last quarter of 2013. All three we’re featuring here happen to be accessories for the Jeep Wrangler. Let us know what you think!
The Sherpa Roof Rack by Rugged Ridge is a safari-style Jeep Rack that extends up and around your Wrangler’s hard or soft top. Using attachment points on the body of your Jeep, this rack requires no additional modifications to your vehicle. With a three hundred pound carrying capacity, this heavy duty rack provides plenty of function to go along with great off-road expedition looks. The best part of this new Jeep Rack is the price, coming in at $639.99 for the 2 Door Jeep Wrangler and $669.99 for the 4 Door Jeep Wrangler. Similar Racks on the market sell for $800 and up!
Do you drive an all new 2014 Jeep Wrangler? With it’s first round of seasonal weather on the way, you’re going to want to keep your Jeep’s interior protected with a set of 2014 Jeep Wrangler Floor Mats. These mats come in black only, feature a unique tire tread pattern and the Jeep Logo, and are made by Mopar to specifically fit your Jeep Wrangler’s floors. This will allow for greater protection of your interior over time. We always have these floor mats in stock and can ship same day up until 2pm EST.
The Harken Hoister fits perfectly within the JeepWorld family of products. This Jeep Hard Top Hoist Kit is an easy and convenient way for you to get your top on and off relatively hassle free. No need to call your neighbor or friend to help you lift your hard top on and off, simply use this hard top hoist system. An easy solution for install and removal of a hard top and a great way to save space in your garage. Kit includes ropes, hooks, pulleys and hardware.
Published on October 4, 2013.
From Mark in San Antonio, TX: “Is this upper level parking?”
Nicely done, Mark! There were a lot of great entries and some tough competition! -JW
From Krista in Michigan: “This is my girl!
I love her so much she’s tattooed on my hip.”
Congrats to, Krista! Thank you to all who entered! -JW
Does your Dad already have a closet full of ugly ties? More cufflinks than a guy can ever wear? Did you already get him a Snuggie for Christmas? If you Dad drives a Jeep, hook him up with something he’ll really want this Father’s Day (June 16th 2013 – in case you forgot). Here’s our list of awesome and easy gifts for the Jeep Dad in your life!
– Every Jeep deserves some interior protection from the elements. Give your Dad a set of Jeep Floor Mats and help keep his interior clean and as mud free as possible.
– Help your Dad take a load off and relax when out on the trail or while Jeep camping with a Trek Light Double Hammock. Attach one end to your Wrangler’s roll bar and the other to a tree and your Dad will be snoozing comfortably in no time.
– Does your Old Man get a sunburned head while tooling around in his Jeep with the top down? Help him cover up with one of our Jeep Hats and represent the brand he loves.
– If your Mom (or other passengers) like to complain about how bumpy the ride is, hook your Dad up with a set of Jeep Grab Handles. These are also a great way for Pops to pull himself up into his Jeep.
– A Jeep Tire Cover is another great gift. At JeepWorld.com we’ve got one for every Dad. Please remember to check his spare tire size before ordering.
– Spend time together! As a Dad myself, I think this is the best gift of all. Take the top off the Jeep, hop in, and head out to wherever the road (and hopefully a trail or two) take you. Make some memories with the help of your Jeep.
Have a great Father’s Day, all you Jeep Dads!
From Mike in Bowmanville, ON Canada – “I love my Jeep because I can wheel it hard all day and drive it all day on the street. She’s not a trailer queen. The attached pic is in Silver lake Michigan. We drove the Jeep there, towing our camper. On the street she gets better mileage than alot of bone stock trucks. Best of all, I built her from the frame up, built not bought!!
Nice Work. Nice Jeep! – JW
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If you’re like a lot of Jeepers out there, you’ll be embarking on a Summer Road Trip sometime in the very near future. If you’re a Jeeper like ME, then you’ll also be headed to a Summer Fun destination with a Jeep full of kids, dogs, and gear. Here are some some of our favorite tips for making those Jeep road trips as pain-free and comfortable as possible.
1. Give you and your family as much interior space inside your Jeep as possible.
In other words, don’t pile up so much stuff that it’s blocking the view from your rear view mirror or falling over onto your passengers every time you turn a corner or hit the brakes. Use a soft luggage carrier to haul some extra “stuff” on the roof of your Jeep. A hitch-mounted cargo rack is another great way to your gear to your destination (instead of inside your vehicle). Bringing bikes? The Thule Spare Me Jeep Bike Rack is a great option for carrying your bicycle/s on the spare tire of your Jeep.
2. Keep your interiors protected and easy to clean.
The mess that a road trip with family, kids, and/or pets often makes off-roading in deep mud or fording streams, rocks, and logs look like a cake walk. Have you ever tried to get smashed cheerios, dog hair, or the smell of old milk out of your Jeep’s interior carpets? Ugh. Make sure you floors are protected to minimize the damage with a set of all-weather Jeep Floor Mats. Throw in a cargo tray for the trunk area of your Jeep and you’ll at least have a fighting chance against dog slobber, melted ice cream cones, spilled coffee, and the like. We know it’s a Jeep and that Jeeps are meant to get dirty, but a little investment now will save you a lot of aggravation after you get home.
3. Keep your pets comfortable and safe.
Travel can be extremely stressful on your dogs. Try to make life as comfortable as possible for them by adding a Jeep Dog Bed to the trunk area of your vehicle and stopping for plenty of water, bathroom, and exercise breaks. Please remember to keep your furry friend on a Jeep Dog Leash at any time they’re outside of your vehicle. A Jeep Dog Barrier will help contain your dog/s to the rear area of your vehicle and away from your Jeep’s seats and you to help alleviate distracted driving. Dog Barrier’s will also help protect passengers in the event (god forbid) there is a traffic accident. Barriers are available in a cage version (see link above) or a Soft Barrier Net for the Jeep Wrangler specifically.
4. Have Fun!
If the weather is nice, get that top down/off and enjoy the beautiful weather. See the sights, smells the smells, and enjoy the sun on your face and the wind in your hair. Don’t be afraid to bring along some great music and sing along. Hope you have a great trip. Enjoy!