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 Jeeps are known for their customizability. They look great whether you enjoy off-roading adventures or want to cruise the streets in style (or maybe both). When outfitting your Jeep, one critical choice is whether to go with a hard or soft top. As with everything, each has its advantages and disadvantages. Let's take an in-depth look at both, and by the end of this guide, you will have a better idea of which type of Jeep top is right for you and your Jeep.

Adventures aren't just for sunny days and blue skies. Don't let the weather slow you down. The rain can be a real drag, but your vehicle doesn't have to be! Your ride can still look cool even if the weather outside isn't. Customizations make all the difference. In fact, mods not only help the appearance of your vehicle but make it safer. It's a win-win and a great investment. This is your guide to the must-have mods that make your truck or Jeep look better in the rain!

Do your vehicle's wheels look very... stock? Maybe it's time to add some personality to that stock wheel assembly with a few customizations that will really set your ride apart from the rest. The right combination of wheels and tires offers up both improved power and a stylish impact that will get your truck or Jeep noticed for all the right reasons.

Anyone who owns a car knows the importance of protecting this vital mode of transportation. The fact is, cars depreciate over time, and without proper care, you will not get the most out of your investment. It would be best to protect your car from factors that cause depreciation in both performance and looks.

You've probably seen those huge monster trucks on TV which lay waste to everything they come across, and the aggressive look more than appeals to you. Most people who lift their trucks or jeeps do it for the aesthetics, but others do it to get more ground clearance.

Do you have a friend or family member that is ready to customize their vehicle? If they have a celebration coming up, choosing a gift for them can become a daunting task. Here at Carolina Custom, we have you covered!

One of the most important parts of buying your new vehicle is the customizations you will install to make it all your own. It can be tempting to dive right in and make mods here and there without making a plan. This can be a recipe for disaster.

Light-emitting diode (LED) lights are all the rage when it comes to lighting your home and your vehicle. You've got LED lights for your truck or Jeep. Now, what do you do with them? Where can you put them? This is your guide to LED lights and how you can use them on your vehicle.

The terms "body lift" and "suspension" are often used interchangeably when it comes to modifications. However, they are not the same thing and offer different functionalities. Which option is right for you depends on your overall goals for your truck or Jeep. Before you take a blind guess, check out this guide to help you determine whether you need a body lift or a suspension kit.

When it comes to upgrades, a suspension lift is one of the most common. This is especially true if you are an off-roader enthusiast. A suspension lift will give you the ground clearance you need to get over challenging obstacles, but they are also popular if you just want to ride down the road in style. No matter your reason for upgrading your vehicle's suspension, it takes a great deal of planning before you take action.

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