Introducing the new Rock Your 4×4 Hawse Fairlead, CNC milled from solid 6061 billet aluminum. At 1 1/4″ thick with large radius on the front and generous radius on the back, friction and wear on your synthetic line is greatly reduced.
The Rock Your 4×4 Hawse fairlead works with all standard winch plates, synthetic lines and hooks and also includes Grade 8 hardware. Weighing in at a measly 2 3/4 pounds you save 8 pounds vs. a standard roller style fairlead. -$75 plus tax
Undercover, a US made bed cover manufacturer, released the Ridgelander bed cover a few months ago. We got the opportunity to install one of these units and explore the features of this well made bed cover. The aluminum cover comes with Rhino-Rack towers and crossbars and allows fitment of various attachments for all kinds of configurations. Check out this awesome cover and give us a call for a quote.
Do you have a late model Toyota and want a OE look in the correct offset and width? FN Wheels is the answer. FN offers a variety of wheels specifically for the Toyota owner. Check out these 17×8 charcoal FN Wheels wrapped in 315/70r17 M/T MTZ p3 tires and give Rock Your 4×4 a call with your wheel and tire needs.
The Southern Style Speed front slimline hybrid is an affordable option to mount a winch and light bar to the front bumper of your 5th Gen Toyota 4Runner. The factory bumper is trimmed and reused and this beast of a mount attaches to the frame with 10 fasteners and has brackets to support the trimmed plastic OE piece that remains. It offers a great look at an affordable price. Check out Southern Style Speed and get yours installed at Rock Your 4×4.
This is such a versatile workhorse. The ARB twin can be mounted just about anywhere. The most popular application is in the Jeep JK with underseat and underhood brackets from several different manufacturers. The most recent install at the Rock Your 4×4 base camp was on a 2015 TRD Pro 4Runner. Check out this mounting spot and let us know if we can supply you with the parts or installation for your application.
So what happens when you have to decide between a SxS and building a Jeep? Well,……..you build the Jeep! John and his son Aaron let me make some of the decisions on the 2012 2dr JK build. I like when folks ask for good quality parts and let me help make those decisions. We used parts from several USA manufacturers to build what is a solid and well equipped Jeep for woods play as well as great highway manners. The 3.6L 6 spd is just right with 35″ tires and the 4.56 axle ratio. If you see John out and about let him know how cool his Jeep is!
-Metalcloak True Dual Rate 2.5″ Suspension
-35″ Nitto Trail Grapplers
-17×9 Pro Comp soft 8 wheels
-Crawler Conceptz Skinny Bumpers
-Poison Spyder Rocker Knockers
-Warn Zeon 8-S
-Nitro sleeves and 4.56 gearsets