Tires is an important component of a vehicle. It doesn’t matter whether it is a two wheeler, three wheeler or a four wheeler. Without tires, the vehicle will not be able to move and serve its purpose. Different tires are designed for different vehicles and for different uses. Tires come in different sizes, various quality, such as street tires are for street driving, and off road tires are for off road trails, etc. Jeeps are not cheap and once you have invested in a Jeep, you would want to use it for as long as possible without much major repair.
Whatever vehicle we buy, we want it to last and stay in good shape for as long as possible. Jeeps like all vehicles, need regular checking and maintenance to keep the vehicle in good shape and to perform well. For those who are capable of doing the common maintenance and minor repair, it will be cost saving without having to pay for the workmanship of the mechanic. For major or complicated repair works, the Jeep will then be sent to the experts.
Many Jeep owners have some basic knowledge to tackle minor maintenance and straight forward repair works. Regular checks and maintenance will help avoid unnecessary breakdown. Simple routine maintenance like changing of fluids and oil can be easily done on your own to cut down maintenance cost.
If you are a beginner, you can read and following the instructions printed in the owner’s manual. The manual will show you the parts of the engine, how to check and go about changing the oil and what oil type to use for your machine. Make regular checks on the belts and air filters and when necessary, have the worn out ones replaced. Worn out belts and air filter affect the performance of your Jeep. Regular washing of the body of your Jeep will prevent corrosion.
Jeep that are mainly used on off roads trails will need regular checks especially on the Jeep axles, wheels, tires, etc. These parts need to check for proper alignment, balancing, and correction needs to be done for safe driving. Having the right amount of air pressure in the tires is also very important. Check tires for defects and worn out tires should be replacement to avoid burst tires and accidents.
The Jeep JK front bumper is the part that gets the most knocks and bumps especially on the off road trails. The front bumper also protects the body of the Jeep from the hard impact. Compared to the rear bumper, the front bumper needs to be replaced more often due to the damage it encounters.