Black Ops 4×4 modification turns cars into the most incredible off roaders

It's "flexing even more than ever"

  • Check out this Black Ops 4×4 modification
  • The US-based vehicle repair shop uses Jeep certified car bodies and add frame suspension
  • It’s modified for maximum tire lift and low-center-of-gravity clearance for “the ultimate in off road capability”

Published on Mar 12, 2024 at 7:22PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 12, 2024 at 7:39PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain

If you think a Jeep 4×4 is a capable off roader – you need to check out this Black Ops 4×4 modification.

The vehicle repair shop is based in Temecula, California, US.

They use a Jeep certified car body, and add frame suspension.

They modify the Jeep CJ, Jeep YJ, Jeep TJ and Jeep JK for maximum tire lift and low-center-of-gravity clearance for “the ultimate in off road capability”.

In the incredible video of the off roader above you can see the super tough and high clearance long arm kit in action.

In it, the four-day sedan Jeep JLU is “flexing even more than ever” over off-road terrain.

And, Black Ops 4×4 also assures us it “still handles amazingly well on the freeway”.

It’s said build their Jeeps for “durability and unsurpassed off-road capability”

In fact, their oversize tires allow for a “low center of gravity a lot of power, flex and agility,” they say.

It’s great to see new life breathed into the 4×4 after the iconic Jeep Cherokee production ended after 49 years.

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