Jeep Wheelbase ChartLast Updated November 10, 2020 | Alison Smith
Wheelbase is the horizontal distance between the front and rear axles of a vehicle. As an important factor for off-road performance, do you know what wheelbase your Jeep has? Two-door Jeep Wranglers have a short wheelbase, while the four-door Wrangler Unlimited has a long wheelbase. A vehicle’s wheelbase can help determine how well you can conquer obstacles out on the trail. Find out all the dimensions and specs you need in this handy Jeep wheelbase chart!
Finding the paint code on your TJ or JK Wrangler can be a pain. Then, once you locate the paint code, you have to go through the challenge of finding a reputable paint shop to correctly match the colors so there aren’t any questions as to what will match your current paint or not. If your 1997-2017 Wrangler is in need of paint work whether it’s for rust repair or it was involved in an accident, look no further than CJ’s for your Wrangler paint code needs!
Shopping for new wheels and tires for your Jeep is an exciting process, but there’s also a lot of technical information that you’re going to need before making a decision. Finding out the proper specifications is key to making sure all your aftermarket parts fit cohesively with no issues. Jeep bolt patterns, wheel size, backspace, and offset are critical in determining the correctly sized wheels you will need for your rig.
If there’s any indicator that there’s something wrong with your Jeep Wrangler, the check engine light would be the biggest clue. However, just because the check engine light is on, doesn’t mean there’s anything seriously wrong with it. From a loose fuel cap to a cylinder misfire, there are several reasons why the check engine light may turn on. By determining the proper Wrangler engine code, you can get a clear idea of the root of the problem so you can find a solution.
Before liters became the typical unit for measuring engine displacement, cubic inches was the standard way of determining engine size. Rather than doing the math yourself, check out this handy engine conversion chart that will tell you the cubic inches, cubic centimeters, and liters of popular engine sizes. If you don’t see your size listed, check out the simple conversion table to calculate your engine displacement!