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    Another awesome update from Extreme Terrain.

    Hi Paul,

    When the most decorated Freestyle Motocross rider in X-Games history wants his new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon modded, Brian Deegan turns to none other than the staff at ExtremeTerrain to create a Wrangler worthy of the Deegan38 nameplate. In this episode of XT's Throttle Out, you can witness the transformation- from a basic, stock Rubicon to a trail-worthy, badass Deegan38 build. Since you can't just take a new JK off the showroom floor and cut it apart for mods without a proper blessing, Deegan alongside his daughter, Hailie, run his new Rubi through the paces (and the drink) to ensure a proper pre-build inspection.

    Some Jeepers will say a new Rubicon is already a very capable vehicle for offroading, however, with a little elbow grease and some assistance via the Deegan38 parts line-up among others, Brian and XT Host Ryan Huck get to work to create a rig worth the Brian Deegan seal of approval. If you like mud and cool Wrangler builds, you're not going to want to miss out on one of the muddiest and coolest episodes of Throttle Out from ExtremeTerrain.



    You can view this video here:


    Starting with some Armor, Custom Graphics, a big Lift and 37" Wheel/Tire combo, Ryan Huck, and the XT crew get to work on Brian Deegan's JK Rubicon transforming it into a monster off-roader with incredible, and seemingly-limitless, mud-slinging prowess. Lots of careful planning and wrenching went into this build for the enjoyment of you and your fans at exploringnh.com- Brian's stoked, Hailie's stoked, we're stoked- think you can handle it?

    As with all of our videos, please consider sharing this episode of Throttle Out on your website, blog and/or social media channels with a linked reference to www.extremeterrain.com as the only thing we ask in return. Like always, if you have any other questions or need anything else from me, do not hesitate to email me directly.

    Jeep it real,



    FRANK BISCIOTTI
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    New message from one of our partners.

    Hi Paul,


    It’s here- Finally! ExtremeTerrain is proud to announce the arrival of our new 2018 JL Wrangler! With this latest addition to our fleet, we wanted to celebrate by sending you our 1st video featuring our JLU and a super in-depth overview. Who’s ready for a JL jubilee?

    In true ExtremeTerrain style, our host Ryan Huck provides, not only a walk-around and overview but, his in-depth dissection for future modifications and JL aftermarket offerings.




    You can view it here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/2018-...ler-parts.html

    We would love for you to join us in the celebration! You can help by promoting this video on exploringnh.comwith a link to the page above which hosts a profusion of JL information. As always, if there is anything else you need to help get this live on your site, do not hesitate to contact me directly.
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    Hi Paul,

    In this week’s episode of ExtremeTerrain's "Throttle Out", XT Host Ryan Huck visits Rausch Creek to answer the question that’s always on Jeep owner's minds: Which JK is better for off-roading, 2-Door or 4-Door? This age-old debate has been around ever since the JKU debuted in 2007. Our boy Ryan hits on all the points (and rocks) imaginable. With the 2-door, one of the most notable differences is the shorter wheelbase in comparison to the 4-door, but what does that actually mean when it comes to off-roading capabilities?

    Check the video below to see what we mean:




    Check this video out here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throt...-jan-2018.html

    This is one of those debates that will continue to go on for all of Jeep-Eternity and because of the nature of this topic, we know your fans and visitors at exploringnh.com would be able to relate. What do you say? Is it worthy? If you are in agreement, please consider sharing this on exploringnh.com through a unique post, blog, or social share, and like all these types of requests, don't forget to provide a linked reference to our video page https://www.extremeterrain.com/throt...-jan-2018.html
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    Mitch aka MB523 was the winner of the December 2017 Extreme Terrain supplied light bar. Congrats Mitch and thank you Extreme Terrain.

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    With the highly-anticipated launch of the new 2018 JL Wrangler, the team at ExtremeTerrain has been hard at work on the next phase of our 2018 JL Wrangler Page. In our latest update, we have added three 2018 JL Wrangler Concept Jeep renderings: Apocalypse Jeep, Beach Jeep, and Overland Jeep. Each JL concept was designed to showcase their unique theme along with an array of corresponding aftermarket parts, taking the JL Wrangler to the next level!

    Did you ever wonder, “Which front bumper is best for pushing through a horde of zombies?” Wonder no longer, fam!

    Click on over to https://www.extremeterrain.com/2018-...ler-parts.html for all the latest 2018 JL Wrangler related content and goodness.


    Which JL do you like best? More importantly, which one do the fans of exploringnh.com like the most?Please consider sharing this announcement on exploringnh.com through a News, Blog or Social post,and we will continue to update this page with the latest in 2018 JL Wrangler and all things Jeep.
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    As great as the new JL looks from the outside, we have received quite a few requests regarding the interior due to the number of upgrades and improvements in the latest overhaul. In our latest video, ExtremeTerrain video host Ryan Huck provides us with an in-depth review of all the interior features of XT's Sahara JL.

    We all know a lot of people enjoy and have become accustomed to the rough and utilitarian look and feel of the YJ's, TJ’s, and JK’s. The Sahara JL is a completely different animal, embodying a refined look, all while creating a bit of a hum in the world of Jeep Wrangler.




    View our review here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/jl-interior-review.html


    We love the new JL in and out but the real question we have is, what do you think? Does it hit the right mark for exploringnh.com’s audience? Would it be something you could share? Please consider posting the link above on your website, blog or social channel(s) and we'll make sure to keep our in-depth JL Wrangler reviews coming!
    Paul (FSHJNKY)

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    Over at ExtremeTerrain, we’re still hype about the 2018 JL Wrangler release, and the feeling is mutual in the Jeep community. We’ve gotten a lot of positive responses from our last outreach, featuring the 2018 JL Wrangler Concept Jeeps—Apocalypse, Overland, & Beach. The number one question we’ve gotten is: “Which one are you going to build?”



    So, Paul, we’re asking you to weigh in and let us know; which concept Jeep would you like to see us build?
    Follow the link to take a survey and let your voice be heard.


    Vote here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/2018-...ler-parts.html
    Paul (FSHJNKY)

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