04 Mar H102 | Jeep Wrangler JK
When our boy Spiked Jeep (@spikedjeep) hit us up for a set of wheels on his new Jeep Wrangler JK, we got to work straight away. As a long time supporter of ours, we had to hook him up with a super clean set of off road wheels. If you didn’t know, we actually helped him with his SEMA 2019 Gladiator build, which is absolutely nuts. With the Wrangler being one of, if not the most, popular choices for trail junkies, the wheel and tire combo have to be on point. That’s exactly why he went with a 20″ fitment in our H100 series lineup. Needless to say, the end result is probably the most beautiful Jeep you’ll ever see. We really mean that…this Jeep has a massive list of modifications. As if the Wrangler didn’t already look bad ass, our boy took form and function to the next level. Continue reading to learn more about this super sick Jeep Wrangler JK.
So what exactly is so special about this Jeep Wrangler JK? We’re so happy you asked! Strap in, because this thing is packed to the brim with mods. Let’s start with the engine and ECU; running a Superchips ECU tune, a K&N Cold Air Intake, and a custom Magnaflow exhaust, this Wrangler can rock crawl and go fast on the roads. Now for the fun part! In addition to the above, he’s running Teraflex Bump Stops, VPR 4×4 Roof Rack, Fenders, Bumpers and Side Cladding.
Oh y’all thought we were done? Yeah right. Let’s add on a 6.5″ Long Arm BDS Kit with Dual Steering Stabilizer, 2.5 Series Remote Reservoir Shocks, AMI Shackles, Warn Zeon Platinum 10s Winch, XK Glow RGB Headlights and Rock Lights, T-Rex Torch Grille with LED an Light Bar, Oracle LED Light Mirrors, Razor Auto Taillights, full Rhino Linings exterior, Roadwire seats and an Alpine WRA Head Unit.
Last but certainly not least, we had throw on our Jeep Wrangler JK wheels. The Hardrock Offroad H102 in 20×9 finished in a gorgeous Matte Machined Face wrapped in beefy General Grabber A/T tires. What more do you want? This entire build was possible thanks to DH Customz in Henderson, NV. We’re super stoked about this project and look forward to more builds like this in the future.
*Please note that the Hardrock Offroad H102 is now discontinued