Pimp out your Jeep Exterior

Do you know how easy it is to pimp out your Jeep’s exterior? Well, it isn’t as hard as some would like to think it is. You can easily make some simple adjustments or changes that will have your Jeep looking more rugged, improve its safety, or just give it some personal flare.

Let’s start with armor and protection like rocker panels, skid plates, differential protections, roll bars, roll cages, side steps, etc. Jeep armor protects essential components of your Jeep adding safety but can also add a nice rugged statement as well. It shows you care about your Jeep and that you know your stuff when it comes to off roading.

Body lifts and mounts definitely add a noticeable statement to your Jeep. Ontop of some oversized tires, body lifts give you that clearance you need to get through the roughest terrain without tearing up your under carriage or worse. Lifts come in as small as one inch to as high as 3 inches. Then there is Suspension Lift Kits that can take your Jeep over the top and screams out “Beat that!”

Then for even more added protection, style, or maybe an upgrade there are Jeep Bumpers, Spare Tire Carriers, Hitches, and Towing accessories.

Then you have the top of your Jeep you can customize with a new top – there are hard tops, soft tops, bikini tops, windjammers and Dusters and more.

You can tint the window for an added flare as well.

There are racks and storage and winches and recovery gear that can all add your own personal touch to your Jeep. Then there are the lights! Jeep lights have always kind of made their own statement. In the dark of the night when you see headlights coming your way you can spot a Jeep out of the crowd in an instant. You can take that distinguishing factor and go the extra mile with a lighting bar with auxiliary lights, or add some fun lighting covers.

You can give your Jeep a subtle change or an extreme makeover, show your style, your personality, the love of your Jeep by pimping out your Jeep’s exterior.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. Some of that stuff sounds like you’re getting ready for war. I guess in a way that’s true. It’s you and your Jeep against nature. I have to pay off the Jeep before I start beefing it up but thanks to you I can at least start planning on what I will add and the order I will get it in.


  2. When I bought my Jeep, an older one, I made a list of all of the features I wanted to add. Then I prioritized the list and I’ve been working my way through the list as money allows. It’s been 5 years and I only have 2 more things to achieve my dream Jeep. It’s been a great adventure and I’d do it all over again.


  3. That’s a pretty thorough check list you have provided. I go through all of my supplies every time I go out. Since I’m not the only one who drives the Jeep, it behooves me to check often. My Mom took my first aid kit out last week when one of my cousins fell and got hurt. That’s OK, but she didn’t put it back. If I hadn’t checked before I left I would have not known it was missing. I’m sure that would have been the time that it was needed too.


  4. I’m always looking for ways to enhance my Jeep. A lot of my earlier purchases were safety features but now I can look to change some cosmetic features.


  5. I’m still working on safety features but the outside is next on the list. I have several ideas about what I want to get done before next spring. I hope I can get it all finished.


  6. I recently bought a 92 jeep wrangler. Boy what fun we have with it. It needs some work (doors that lock with their windows, a new windshield a side step) and other cosmetic things. I just hope it doesn’t take 5 years to fix up. I have a Harley and if I had known that the jeep was equally has fun well no need to say.


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