Jeeps are meant to be driven on adventures. As such, it's a good idea to lift your jeep so that you're able to go up and over the mud and other elements. The question you have to ask yourself is how high you actually want to lift your Jeep.
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At Carolina Custom, we live for Jeep and truck modifications of every kind—from the simple to the complex. You may like the car you bought, but if it's not quite meeting your needs, then you should consider upgrading different aspects of your vehicle so it's up for any challenge you put it through.
If you aren't quite sure what kind of modifications you're interested in, these are five of the most common customizations we're asked to perform in our shop. If they sound like something you'd be interested in, let us know!
Your pickup truck was made to work, and work hard, but that doesn't mean the bed needs to be wrecked in the process. As a result, owners often choose to add bedliners to their trucks to guard their beds from damage.
Not all lift kits are created equal. Over the years, vehicle manufacturers have paid more attention to drivability and ride quality. When properly modified, a slightly lifted vehicle will ride and steer as well as a factory vehicle, if not better. Before you consider how your ride will be affected, you should understand how to choose your lift kit.
As our nation prepares to celebrate our freedom with cookouts and fireworks, Carolina Custom would like to honor an essential tool of nearly every battle since World War II...the Jeep. One of the first military vehicles mass-produced in the United States, the Willys MB (and Ford GPW) US Army jeep was the result of war-time ingenuity and strategy, combined with standardized features such as 6.00 x 16 tires, 60 honest horsepower at 4,000 rpm, a gasoline can bracket on the left rear, provisions for trailer lights, spark interference suppression, a blackout light system, twin top bows and sealed spring shackles.
For years, we’ve joined along with countless other auto enthusiasts and vehicle owners who admire the good work done by Camoliner. Camoliner, based out of Denton, Texas, does high-quality work in vehicle customization. As professionals in that same field, we can’t help but be inspired by their high standard.
Metalcloak is stopping by Carolina Customs August 31st on their CTITOUR2016!
We are running some summer time specials on spray-in bedliners and window tint.
Starting at only $1800 for a set of 4 Fuel Cleaver Wheels.
This is a limited time offer that is only available at Carolina Custom Wheels.
Are you looking to add a little more protection to your truck bed? Tossing those rocks and boards in your truck can’t be good for your paint. We can put a little more protection on your truck or cargo area. We have spray-in bed liners that will coat any finish to make it waterproof and scratch proof.
If you’ve been inspired to explore the wide world of vehicle modification, it’s likely that you’ve also been inspired to change your wheels. Rims are the initial tweak that leads many everyday consumers down the rabbit hole of customization. Once you see the possibilities opened up by this one component (which invariably becomes a combination of two), your eyes will be opened to an endless array of performance and cosmetic upgrades.
It’s the most exciting event since our grand opening – the launch of our new website! After months of custom development, Carolina Custom finally has a website that lives up to our ambitious work ethic. The Carolinas are already in on the secret. Now clients throughout the Eastern United States can see the full array of customizations made possible by our state-of-the-art facility. We hope that what you see will inspire you to take your mod to a whole new level.