BigMike Bilek of Seal Beach, California, bought this yellow H2 so he could stand out from the crowd. To help achieve this goal, he installed a 6-inch Fabtech suspension lift and 40-inch Goodyear M/TR tires stuffed onto 17-inch chrome rims. A $6,000 stainless-steel bumper and pushbar set this H2 apart from the rest and houses a 10,000-pound Warn winch. Mike also installed four roof-mounted driving lights, with another pair on the grille. Other goodies include a rearview monitor, passenger DVD entertainment system, and 100-watt PA system. Topping off the whole enchilada are a custom hood and striping.
Beauty In BlackMatt Cloyed from Pelham, Alabama, drives this black '98 Toyota Tacoma. He installed a 6-inch Trailmaster lift kit and 3-inch body lift by Performance Accessories. Matt then put 38.5x14.5R15-inch Super Swamper SX tires wrapped around 15x10-inch American Racing Baja wheels. He didn't stop with the rolling stock, though: Matt also added a Grizzly rollbar, along with five Pro Comp lights. In the future, Matt says he'd like to add a custom rear spare-tire mount and a cowl-induction hood to his Taco'.
Fun MudderShould you happen upon this fine red Jeep CJ-7 on the trails near Havertown, Pennsylvania, and wonder what makes this thing go so well in the mud, Dave Evans will be glad to tell you. In the meantime, we'll tell you that the CJ rides on 33x12.50R15 BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires and 15x10-inch American Racing wheels. The engine puts out an owner-reported 250 hp, thanks to a Clifford intake, Pacesetter headers, and a Holley carb. To make those hours spent on the trail a bit more entertaining, Dave installed a Pioneer audio system, Mustang seats, and a Grant GT steering wheel. Exterior upgrades include a Warn bumper with D-rings and diamond-tread body panels.