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Heat Treatment of Steel 4x4 Parts

Posted by Brad Barnes on 11/24/2015 to Product Highlights
Materials engineers heat treat metals for a variety of reasons that include steel hardening, softening, tempering, and strengthening. The end result depends entirely on the purpose or application of the metal item. For off-road parts, heat treatment is primarily used to achieve two main goals – strength and durability.
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New Product Install: Jeep Wrangler JK License Plate Relocation Kit

Posted by Brad on 11/20/2015 to Install Tips

Donavin Donley’s 2006 Wrangler LJ

Posted by Brad Barnes on 11/17/2015 to Barnes Projects
Take a look at how Donavin transformed his Jeep LJ into an off-road machine. Donavin added a custom bumper, shock brackets, shock towers, and more.
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Improving Your Vehicle’s Ground Clearance

Posted by Brad on 11/10/2015 to Install Tips
Driving off road vehicles requires a lot of preparation and knowledge; otherwise, you may be left stranded on top of a rock, stuck in the mud, or utterly broken down. And while there are various factors to consider before heading out on the trail, ground clearance is on the top of the list.

Daniel Nevins’ 1977 Ford F350

Posted by Brad on 11/3/2015 to Barnes Projects
Let’s give it up for Daniel Nevins, the October winner of the Barnes 4x4 Upgrade Challenge. Daniel added a custom 4 link suspension setup using Barnes 4wd rebuildable enduro joints as well as our link suspension brackets. According to Daniel, his truck is “changed in every way – rides better, better traction, a blast to drive!” We look forward to seeing his future upgrades!
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