2013 SEMA Show

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We had fun at the 2013 SEMA Show! We saw a lot of cool vehicles and talked to some great people!

Here are some pictures we took to share with you, leave a comment on which you think is the best.

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The Perfect Christmas Presents for Off-Roaders

Posted on: November 23rd, 2012 by admin No Comments

Do you know what to get that off-roading nut in your life for Christmas?

To help you find the perfect gift this Christmas, here are a few off-road gift ideas from Jeeperz Creeperz.

Floor Mats

Floor liners are a great way to protect the interior of your Jeep. If that off-roading enthusiast in your life needs new floor liners, they might like Rugged Ridge All Terrain Floor Liners. They are precision engineered to fit any Jeep. See them here.

Storage Bag

A storage bag is an excellent way to store items when you’re on the go. It makes a great gift for someone with a soft-top Jeep. See more here.

Fender Flares

Fender flares are a great way to run larger tires without lifting the vehicle or cutting the body. Ask that off-roading nut what type of fender flares they like. They can get some ideas here.

 

Jeeperz Creeperz Gift Certificates

Don’t know what to get that off-roader in your life? A Jeeperz Creeperz Gift Certificate will make them smile. We have gift certificates from $25 to $500. You can shop for gift certificates here.

Be sure to www.Jeeperz-Creeperz.com to see all of our great deals on off-road parts and accessories for 4x4s and Jeeps!

Awesome Jeep and 4×4 Photos from the SEMA Show

Posted on: November 19th, 2012 by admin No Comments

We had tons of fun at this year’s SEMA Show! We saw tons of great Jeeps!

While the show wasn’t open to the public, we thought we’d give you a virtual tour by sharing some photos below.

Leave a comment on which photos you think is the best.

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To see more great Jeep photos from this year’s SEMA Show, visit the Jeeperz Creeperz Facebook Page! Also check out the Jeeperz Creeperz Pinterest Page!

The Top Off-Roading Driving Mistakes

Posted on: November 15th, 2012 by admin No Comments

If you want to be safe, you’ll want to avoid these seven off-roading mistakes at all costs.

  • Mistake #1: Don’t Tell People About Your Off-Roading Trip – In this day and age, there’s no excuses for not telling anyone about your off-roading trip. Send a text message. Post on Facebook or Twitter. Call someone. Let them know where you’ll be going as well as how long you’ll be staying. This is really important in the winter.
  • Mistake #2: Don’t Pack the Right Gear – It’s not just about off-roading. It’s about survival. Pack blankets, food and water as well as warm shoes and clothes just in case you get stranded. It’s essential to also pack maps and handy tools to repair your ride.
  • Mistake #3: Going Alone – Try to avoid going solo on off-roading trips. It can be dangerous, especially if your ride breaks down. It’s always better to use the buddy system.
  • Mistake #4: Crossing High Waters – When crossing creeks and streams, use caution. Always be sure to measure the depth before crossing it with your 4×4. Water depths can be deceiving. As a rule of thumb, don’t let the water get above your headlights.
  • Mistake #5: Metal Tow Hooks – Using metal tow hooks can be dangerous when not used properly. They can break off and become a dangerous flying object when towing. It’s better to use a tie method when towing vehicles off-roads.
  • Mistake #6: Driving Like a Madman – Take it easy when hitting the trails, especially if you’re in a new place. It’s not worth rolling your vehicle. Approach ravines and low-lying areas with caution.
  • Mistake #7: Improper Winching – When using a winch, don’t stand too close to it when it’s active. If the cable snaps, you could get injured. Read how to properly use your winch before using it for the first time.

Avoiding these seven off-roading mistakes will keep you safe. For more off-road safety tips and discussions, join the thousands of off-road enthusiasts on the Jeeperz Creeperz Facebook Page.

Important Information on Daystar Red Fuel Cam Cans

Posted on: November 13th, 2012 by admin No Comments

We have some disappointing news. Parts maker Daystar has decided to not sell its new Red Fuel Cam Cans because of the risk of possible lawsuits.

In a letter to customers, Daystar CEO Mark Turner said frivolous lawsuits by lawyers against Blitz USA, the largest fuel can maker in the United States, has caused him to rethink the release of the Daystar Red Fuel Cam Cans.

“The risk of frivolous lawsuits and our insurance carrier putting us on notice has forced me to rethink the release of the fuel can,” Turner said in the letter. “…It saddens me that such a great product is put on the back burner because of consumer irresponsibility and frivolous lawsuits.”

Blitz USA recently filed for bankruptcy protection after spending more than $30 million to defend themselves in lawsuits where people used Blitz USA cans to pour gasoline on fire. You can read more about this in The Wall Street Journal.

Daystar, which is not affiliated with Blitz USA, will continue to sell the rest of the lineup of its Cam Can line, which includes water and liquid canisters that attached to the back of rear-mounted spare tires on vehicles. You can learn more about the Cam Can line here.

At Jeeperz Creeperz, we are disappointed that Daystar will not be selling the Red Fuel Cam Can. It’s a great product. However, we understand that Daystar cannot risk frivolous lawsuits, which can threaten their business.

Be sure to check out our Daystar products by visiting http://www.jeeperz-creeperz.com/Daystar-m-2/.

Free Hoodie, Rugged Ridge Floor Liners Sale and More!

Posted on: October 26th, 2012 by admin No Comments

We have some great promotions at Jeeperz Creeperz! See the discounts below.

Free Yukon Hardcore Hoodie

Receive a FREE Yukon Hardcore Hoodie when you purchase Yukon Hardcore Locking Hubs between the dates of November 12, 2010 and December 14, 2012. FIND OUT MORE HERE.

Discounts on Select Rugged Ridge All Terrain Floor Liners!

Select Rugged Ridge All Terrain Floor Liners are on sale. These include liners for JK, CJ, YJ and TJ Wranglers.

  • All Terrain Floor Liners, Front, 07-12 JK Wrangler: Was $81.95 Now $67.95 – BUY HERE
  • All Terrain Floor Liners, Rear, 07-12 2-Door JK Wrangler: Was $81.95 Now $67.95 – BUY HERE
  • All Terrain Floor Liners, Rear, 4-Door JK Wrangler: Was $81.95 Now $67.95 – BUY HERE
  • All Terrain Floor Liners, Front, CJ/YJ Wrangler: Was $81.95 Now $67.95 BUY HERE
  • All Terrain Floor Liners, Front, TJ Wrangler: Was $81.95.95 Now $67.95 – BUY HERE
  • All Terrain Floor Liners, Rear, TJ Wrangler: Was $81.95 Now $67.95 – BUY HERE

See All Sales Items

 

Save Select Rugged Ridge All Terrain Cargo Liners

Great savings on All Terrain Cargo Liners for JK Wranglers.

  • All Terrain Cargo Liner, 07-12 JK Wrangler: Was $85.95 – Now $74.95 – BUY HERE
  • All Terrain Cargo Liner, CJ7/YJ Wrangler: Was $85.95 – Now $74.95 – BUY HERE
  • All Terrain Cargo Liner, TJ Wrangler/Unlimited: Was $85.95 – Now $74.95 – BUY HERE

See All Sales Items

 

Sale on Select Receiver Hitches

 

Save on select receiver hitches by Rugged Ridge.

  • 2″ Receiver Hitch/Wiring Kit, JK: Was $94.95 Now $82.95 BUY HERE
  • 2″ Receiver Hitch, JK: Was $74.95 Now $66.95 – BUY HERE

See All Sales Items

Keep on checking www.Jeeperz-Creeperz.com for more sales throughout November. We’ll be having discounts on Rugged Ridge seats.

Why You’ll Love the 2013 Jeep Wrangler Moab Edition

Posted on: October 22nd, 2012 by admin No Comments

Jeep has unveiled its special editions for 2013, which includes the new Jeep Wrangler Moab Edition.

You can see a video of it crawling over rocks below.

The Wrangler special edition is named after one of the most popular off-road destinations, Moab, Utah. As you can see, this Jeep has a sleek custom look and feel. Some of the features you’ll like include:

  • 17-inch Rubicon alloy wheels
  • Goodyear Silent Armor tires with Kevlar
  • Mopar power dome hood
  • Tail lamp guards

As for its off-road abilities, the Moab Edition features a 3.73 rear axle ratio and a crawl ratio of 45:1.

According to AutoBlog.com, you should see the Jeep Wrangler Moab Edition arrive at dealers in October. It will be priced around $35,000.

Whether you’re in the market for a new Jeep or are looking outfit your current 4×4, visit Jeeperz Creeperz for the lowest prices on off-road parts and accessories. See our selection on lift kits, winches and more at www.jeeperz-creeperz.com.

We’d love to hear what you think about the Wrangler Moab Edition! Leave your comments below.

The Top Off-Roading Books to Keep Near Your Toilet

Posted on: October 15th, 2012 by admin No Comments

Who says reading isn’t fun? If you’re into off-roading, there are plenty of excellent books on the subject.

Here are a few of our favorites. You’ll want to keep these near the toilet for some good reading.

4-Wheel Freedom: The Art of Off-Road Driving

Brad DeLong, Paladin Press 1997

If you’re new to off-roading, this book is for you. 4-Wheel Freedom provides a solid introduction to off-roading. You’ll discover how to drive on snow, ice, rocks, mud, hills and more. You’ll also get an important lesson on off-road gear such as tires, winches and other off-road parts and accessories. It’s a helpful book for any off-road enthusiast.

Four-Wheeler’s Bible

Jim Allen, Motorbooks, 2009

This book has lots of valuable information about Jeeps and off-road vehicles. There’s lots of great advice on buying and customizing your Jeep. There’s even information about off-road events and competitions. This book is full of awesome photos!

Jeep 4×4 Performance Handbook

Jim Allen, Motorbooks 1997

This is another excellent book from Jim Allen. The Jeep 4×4 Performance Handbook has lots of great information about various Jeep models for off-roading. You’ll get important information on suspension systems, tires and wheels, brakes, transmissions and more!

4WD Driving Skills: A Manual for On and Off Road Travel

Vic Widman, CSIRO 2001

If you want to perfect your 4×4 driving skills, this is the book for you! Vic Widman provides helpful 4×4 driving tips. The book gives you important details on 4WD systems, differentials, hill descent, high range and low rand gearing and much more. It’s a good read!

What are your favorite books on off-roading? Leave your comments below.

How to Become Our Jeep of the Week

Posted on: October 8th, 2012 by admin No Comments

People are always asking us how we select our Jeep of the Weeks on the Jeeperz Creeperz Facebook Page.

In case you’re new to our Facebook page, we host a friendly photo contest every week to see who has the best Jeep in America! You can post your Jeep photos anytime on our Facebook page wall to enter for a chance to be our Jeep of the Week. We usually name the winners on Friday, unless we’re out off-roading!

So what does it take to be our Jeep of the Week? Here are a few things that we like:

  • Jeeps in action – We love pictures of Jeeps out on the trails and mudding!
  • Classic Jeeps – If you’ve recently done a full restoration on a classic Jeep send us your photos.
  • Having a good time – We look for pictures where the people are having fun!

These are just a few of the things that we consider. If you happen to win our Jeep of the Week Contest, we’ll feature your Jeep picture on our wall.

You’ll also be in the running for our Jeep of the Month. They get their picture on our Facebook Timeline Cover for the entire month! You can find out more about the contest here.

Join our Jeep of the Week contest now. All you have to do is visit our Jeeperz Creeperz Facebook Page and post a picture. Good luck!

 

The Best Jeep Jamborees in the USA

Posted on: October 2nd, 2012 by admin No Comments

Jeep jamborees are an off-road tradition!

As Jeep Jamboree USA points out, the first jamboree was organized in 1953 when a group of Jeeps trekked across the Sierra Nevada Mountains via the Rubicon Trail.

Today, there are tons of Jeep jamborees across the country. Here are some of our favorites.

Rubicon Trail | California | August

Of course this one has to be on the list. This 22-mile trail in the Sierra Nevada Mountains is one of the roughest and most scenic routes in all of America. It’s a must for any serious Jeep off-roader. Jeep Jamboree USA offers a trip through the trail every August. Jeep has tested many of its products here including the 2011 Wrangler Rubicon.

Drummond Island | Michigan | June

This three-day event in June is a classic. The Drummond Island Jamboree regularly attracts anywhere from 200 to 300 participants. This is the first and only trail in Michigan that really caters to Jeep off-roading. The jamboree snakes through the rocky southeast end of the island and offers scenic views of Lake Huron. While you’re driving through Michigan, don’t forget to stop by Jeeperz Creeperz!

Moab | Utah | October

At this jamboree, you’ll get a taste of the red rocks of Utah. You’ll travel through dusty canyons and more! One of the neat things is the beautiful terrain of nearby Arches National Park. It’s one of the best jamborees out West!

French Lick | Indiana | October

Driving a Jeep in the backcountry of the Midwest is a great way to spend three days in October. It’s amazing to drive through the scenic woods during the fall. You’ll battle rocks, mud holes and more! It’s one of the better jamborees in the Midwest!

Cajun Jamboree | Louisiana | April

Get a taste of the bayou at the Cajun Jamboree. The trail includes deep ravines, sandy beaches and forested areas. One of the highlights includes a 30-foot downhill descent. It’s definitely worth visiting if you live in the South!

These are just a few of our favorite jamborees. You can see a complete list of Jeep jamborees on the Jeep Jamboree USA page. We’d love to hear from you! What is your favorite Jeep jamboree? Leave your comments below.