Jeep Off-Roading Headquarters for Massachusetts

Are you looking to enjoy the great outdoors in a vehicle that's perfectly equipped for the off-roading opportunities that Massachusetts has to offer? Whether you are an experienced driver or you are new to off-roading, it is incredibly important to make sure that your Jeep SUV is equipped with the proper accessories. So what are the right accessories for the job? Depending on whether you are driving through the mud, snow, rocks, or sand, our Jeep dealership in Medford, MA has all of the accessories your vehicle needs to ensure you have fun and remain safe. Since they come directly from the manufacturer, you'll enjoy off-roading with the peace of mind you need to drive confidently.



For those who want to enjoy the great outdoors until the sun comes up, there are several accessories to consider adding to your Jeep. In order to make sure your area is perfectly illuminated, you'll want to consider a light bar and a spotlight. With a light bar and spotlight attached to your vehicle you'll be able to enjoy your outdoor adventures well into the night.



Rock Crawling

Before you start rock-climbing it's advised that you lower the PSI in your Jeep's tires down to 15-20 and use 4x4 in low gear. An important modification to consider making to your Jeep, skid plates will help to keep the undercarriage of your SUV from becoming damaged. Another modification to consider, a sway bar disconnect, available as an option on most Jeep vehicles, will increase traction and help keep you more stable.

You will also want to consider adding a lift kit to your Jeep. With a lift kit, your Jeep SUV will glide right over even the toughest of terrain.



Snow & Mud

Off-roading in the mud and snow can present several issues if not properly prepared for. Recovery equipment such as tow hooks, snatch straps, and winches are necessary when driving in deep snow or mud. You'll also want to consider getting wide, flexible tires with a mild tread pattern that will provide a wide footprint and improved traction.

It is also important to make sure you have a decent cooling system. That way you won't have to worry about high resistance terrain that can lead to boiling radiators and roasted torque converters.



For driving in the sand, tire size and inflation are two of the most important aspects to consider before you hit the dunes. With larger tires, deflated to about 10-15 PSI, you'll get better traction and maneuverability from your Jeep.



Whether you are into kayaking, biking, camping, or riding ATVs, Jeep SUVs are built to take all of your gear to the end of the earth and back. Roof rails and storage nets are the ideal way to make sure your gear is secured during travel. It is also recommended that you purchase an emergency kit as a precaution.


Off-Roading Accessories for Sale

For more information on accessories needed to have the perfect off-road experience every time you hit the trail, feel free to give us a call at (877) 544-9238 where our specialists are here to answer all of your questions to your complete satisfaction.

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