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Beth Hunnell

As promised, every Wednesday as participants allow, there will be a featured Jeeper blog of a special Female jeeper from the XtremeTerrain fan page. If you would like to participant and become a featured Jeeper please contact us on Facebook and we will get you featured too! Without further ado, allow me to introduce to you Beth Hunnell. Thanks Beth!

“My name is Beth, I am 27 years old and from a small town in the mountains of West Virginia. I live with my boyfriend and 3 kids. I have a house cleaning business called Cleaner Image (check it out, http://cleanerimagehousekeeping.com/Home_Page.html). I am in school to get my associates degree in Foundations of Business.. with the intentions of getting my MBA. When I am not busy working my family and I enjoy anything outdoors. Hiking, camping, a day on the river, and most importantly off roading. My kids haven’t fell in love with it yet, but I am sure they will catch the bug soon enough ;)”

What type of Jeep do you run?
I have a 95 XJ 4.5″ Rough Country Lift and 32’s.. and it’s PINK!!!

Favorite spot to off road?
The Good Evening Ranch in Canvas West Virginia and Swiss which is also in the southern part of the state.

Favorite off roading quote?
JEEP= Just Empty Every Pocket. If I am not wanting to spend money on an upgrade then I am breaking something that needs fixed.

If you could have any modifications done, what would they be?
Haha.. there are to many to list, but if I could have ANY I would get a 6″ Rough Country lift and long arms.. and then of course from there I would need numerous upgrades.

What was your best/worse modification if any?
The best was the simplest.. disconnecting the swaybar!!!

Do you belong to any off roading organization, if so which one(s)?
I am a member of the two best clubs in the area – Jeepin WV and Mountaineer Off Road.

How old were you when you first started off roading?
I always loved lifted Jeeps, but never thought about their off road capabilities until I was 24 or 25.. I had no idea what I was missing!

Why you love Jeep Off Roading?
I prefer to be a driver instead of a passenger, but between me and my boyfriend we have 3 lifted Jeeps (YJ and 2 XJ’s) so if one is broken we have a few spares 😉 It gives me a sense of control and I become fearless. There is nothing like being inches away from a drop and thinking OMG can I make it!!!

Any off roading story or incident you would like to share.
As you can see from the picture I posted my Jeep enjoys being on 3 wheels.. I was waiting to get quick disconnects and had went wheeling many times before my boyfriend finally just disconnected and left it alone. I have quite a few pictures like that and half the time I had no idea I was only driving on 3 wheels.


Beth’s Jeep when she first bought it.


Beth’s Jeep after a little custom paint job…


Beth’s boyfriend Kevin’s YJ (But of course he would be a Jeeper too! 🙂


Beth playing in her XJ..

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You may have noticed that last week I did a featured blog titled “Jeepers Creepers it’s a Female Jeeper ~ Lisa Pence”. Again, I would like to thank Lisa for being my guinea pig in this new venture. What you will start to see on this blog site is featured blogs about XtremeTerrain Fan’s that are die hard Jeepers. I have sent out personal invites to some to get the ball rolling that I felt would make great interviews. What the blogs will consist of is just Jeepers personal stories of off roading along with pictures they want to share with everyone.

On Wednesday’s I will run a Female Jeepers’ bio interview and a Male Jeeper bio interview on Friday’s. In return, those who participate will receive a XtremeTerrain Sticker and a voucher for FREE SHIPPING on their next order from XtremeTerrain.com.

The featured Jeeper’ will also have an opportunity to give a shout out to their favorite Jeep Clubs and Groups they belong to and hopefully this will bring connections for everyone and make for enjoyable fun reading where everyone will be able to relate to one another stories or possibly even pick up tips here and there.

If you are interested in being featured send out a personal message to us on the XtremeTerrain Facebook page and I will get the details to you. Look forward to hearing from you and reading your Jeep stories!
XtremeTerrain Team

Every day we help Jeep Enthusiasts across the United States find the Jeep Parts and Accessories they need. With a selection of over 10,000 and climbing Jeep products, you are sure to find just the item you are looking for.
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Lisa Pence


Starting today, ever week on Wednesday’s, XtremeTerrain will be featuring a female Jeeper complete with bio and pictures. If you would like be featured, drop a comment here with a link to your Facebook page or drop a comment on the XtremeTerrain Fan Page! And don’t worry guys, the same goes for you, except it will be on featured on Friday’s.

Lisa Pence

“Heres another of me with Oreo…after a day of playing. I’m going to upload a few more for you….also if you want, check out my photos under mudding section for some more”

Without further ado… XtremeTerrain would like to introduce Lisa Pence

Tell us a little about you.. as much or as little as you feel comfortable sharing such as age, marital status, kids, work etc..
Hello! I am Lisa Pence, 25 years old and from Piqua, Ohio. I am single with no kids, and a one of a kind type of girl. Total girly girl but I love getting dirty, I am the Off-road Princess. I do modeling and beauty pageants on the side….that and off-roading normally don’t go hand in hand. I like shopping, going out you name it, but what I LOVE is playing in mud puddles. Its my adrenalin fix, almost like a drug. It is a stress relief, and a lot of fun while I’m at it. I work in Public Safety as a 911 Dispatch Supervisor….which is stressful and very time consuming. The funny thing is, my place of employment has 4 people with Jeep vehicles, and two of us off-road together. I have made several friends along the beaten path….some life long friendships just by having a Jeep. I even have a few female Jeepers’ that I love off-roading with.

What type of Jeep do you run Lisa?
Currently I have a 2004 Jeep Wrangler Columbia Edition It has a 4 inch lift with 33′ tires and some other mods. Daily driver turned weekend warrior!

Do you have a favorite spot to off road?
Ummmm….its kinda of illegal to go back to where I play 🙂 But its the most fun place ever, at the bend in the road down by the river….a well known spot in our area that everyone goes to, however, no one knows who owns it. Its a little risky, but worth it! I am going to Haspen Acres in September, from what I heard its awesome, may just have a new spot!

Lisa Pence

“Nothin’ like getting a little muddy in the Oreo….go little Jeep go!”

Any favorite off roading quotes?
“Awww crap, who has a winch?” and “This dirty girl cleans up nicely”

If you could have any modifications done, what would they be?
Definitely a bigger lift….Rubicon Express 6 inch on 35′ BFG Mud Terrains with Moto Metal Skull Wheels. Rock sliders and a Smittybilt Rock Crawler Front Bumper with D Rings (My next mod by the way), a winch, Should I go on and on???

What was your best/worse modification if any?
It sounds simple and silly, but I purchased a front vent scoop for the front vent on the hood of my Jeep. Two winters ago, I was driving to work and it was snowing out….the snow on the hood of my Jeep sucked into my Jeep with the heater on, the inside of my Jeep looked like a snow globe!! I thought I would try the scoop, and it works! Ive had them on both of my Jeeps and recommend them to ANY Jeeper! Who wants a snow globe on wheels?

Lisa Pence

“My mom is a Jeeper too! She has owned several since she was younger. Die hard Jeep lover, she said she will never drive anything else!”

How old were you when you first started off roading?
I was 23….I had always wanted a Jeep. My mother has had Jeeps her whole life and my little sister had a Wrangler. I could never figure out driving a stick. I tried and tried to learn with no success. I found a Jeep I wanted, and decided I was going to make myself learn. So I sold my truck and bought the Jeep, and in a week I was doing it. I normally just rode the trails with friends….that weekend after I learned I was blazing the trails. I wish I would have forced myself to learn earlier on….I missed out on some good times.

Why you love Jeep Off Roading Lisa?
FREEDOM! I roll no matter what time of year with the windows down, mud slinging….last year, I was laughing on the trail and hit a huge puddle…got a face full of mud. I like pushing my Jeep to the limits and seeing what it will do. I also love the friends Ive made thru local Jeep events in the area where I live. I have had a blast…..nothing in this world like a Jeeper, the friendliest people on the road. Big Jeep Wave to you!

Lisa Pence

“I was at the gas station where I lived at the time after a weekend of mudding. I was dressed up heading to work, when a guy in a Rubicon pulled up beside me. He leaned over and asked “How did you get so lucky for your boyfriend to let you drive his Jeep?” I politely turned around and told him “This isn’t my boyfriends Jeep, its mine.” He then laughed hysterically, and said “Yeah right, I’ve never seen a girl in heels driving a muddy Jeep before” He then sped away….I only hoped that he saw the two stickers I had on the back of my rig “Offroad Princess” and “This dirty girl cleans up nicely” Maybe someday Ill meet him on the trail!”

Any off roading story or incident you would like to share.
I could go on and on all day on off-road stories. I already told you about my Rubicon Jeeper’ laughing because I drove a muddy Jeep and wore heels! There was also the time that I thought I would be a big shot and park on a huge hill…..I got out and stood on my running board to have a friend snap a picture. Well…my Jeep was in park with the brake on, and rolled backwards in the mud, almost hitting my friends Jeep, all while I’m standing on the running board. It was so scary….but I laughed the whole time! I develop a case of turrets’ syndrome when I get stuck….and I’ve been known to dress like Sasquatch when its cold and snowy off-roading…..I had on so many layers that I couldn’t get in or out of my Jeep. Jeepers improvise while off-roading, including females. I’ve had my fair share of days where I’ve had to pee in the woods, or fell in the mud. Girls do it like the boys do….and we can hang with them too. Females aren’t just passengers….we drive our own rigs…and blaze our own trails!

Lisa Pence

“Last but not least….my current Jeep. After having my 01 Sahara, I was a Jeeper tried and true!! Just last week, an older guy pulled up beside me in a parking lot…..after I got out, he laughed and said “Wow, its a real kick in the manhood when a chic has a bigger Jeep than mine” I just laughed and said “Yep, guess it would be” He gets a bigger Jeep wave than anyone when I pass him in town now.”

Every day we help Jeep Enthusiasts across the United States find the Jeep Parts and Accessories they need. With a selection of over 10,000 and climbing Jeep products, you are sure to find just the item you are looking for.
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Dale Bates wheeling in Utah

Continuing on with yesterdays attempt to get everyone’s Jeep Pictures posted for everyone to enjoy and drool over, today’s blog is featuring one particular Jeeper ~ Dale Bates. Dale Bates shared with us many pictures of both his and his sons’ Jeep. Please enjoy!



Dale Bates sons Jeep flex


Checking flex and showing off new bumper and winch

Stock Flex 2010 Rubi

Thanks Dale for sharing so many wonderful shots of you and your sons’ Jeep!

Every day we help Jeep Enthusiasts across the United States find the Jeep Parts and Accessories they need. With a selection of over 10,000 and climbing Jeep products, you are sure to find just the item you are looking for.
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Todd Cunningham

Todd Cunningham

Xtreme Terrain loves their Facebook fans and friends. I posted a request for a picture from one of our fellow fans/friends to use for a blog posting and to my amazement, the pictures came rolling in.. more than I could ever get posted in any timely manner with blogs alone.. so in order to share my appreciation and our friends love for jeeps, I am sharing them all here within this weeks postings. Some of you have shared more than one picture.. which is awesome mind you.. but those who have shared many, I will have to post them in a blog separately.. so without further ado.. for the love of Jeeps and Jeep Off Roading…. Nothing but Jeeps!!!

Kyle Slagle

From Kyle Slagle “As she sits after some 33s and a set of rear TJ flares. I thought it a right time to give her, her yearly bath.:-)”

Kyle Slagle

From Kyle “One of my favorite shots. From a couple years ago; running on 31″ bald-terrains. Not much terrain like this in WV, and you can tell by the spotter’s stance it was STEEP lol.”

Jack Barfoot

From Jack Barfoot “It’s actually a little steeper than it looks. Photos never do justice to the terrain.”

Steve Reed

Steve Reed


Camp Crocker

Kyle Brown

Kyle Brown

Kyle Brown

From Kyle “I own a 2002 jeep and went off road while it was stock… broke stuff here and there… then I went off road again this time with 31’s. Since it’s my daily driver, I’ve decided not to wheel it any more. I use it now to tow my off road buggy – sadly it’s a 2002 GMC Jimmy buggy thing.”

Rick Stewart Suterlin

Rick Stewart Sutherlin
From Rick “Check my 2007 Jeep JK 4dr. with 4.5 Rubicon Express lift with MT wheels and 37′ tires” More Pictures of Rick’s Jeep click HERE

Jon W. Schultz

Jon W. Schultz

Jamie Haney

Jamie Haney
From Jamie “My new 2010 Islander”

John Colcord

John Colcord

Cyndi Minton

Cyndi Minton

Cyndi Minton

Patricia Bertolino Taylor

Patricia Bertolino Taylor
From Patricia “Here’s a pic of my husband’s ’99 TJ (6″ of lift and 35’s) and my ’90 XJ (4.5″ and 33’s) in our driveway. (yes, I know…..cheesy to post no action pic, but this is the only one I have of them together, as I just bought my XJ!)”

Joey Rebando

Joey Rebando at Shiloh Ridge in Alto,Texas

Joey Rebando

Joey Rebando

Every day we help Jeep Enthusiasts across the United States find the Jeep Parts and Accessories they need. With a selection of over 10,000 and climbing Jeep products, you are sure to find just the item you are looking for.
XtremeTerrain
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Suite 302
Draper, UT. 84020
URL: http://www.xtremeterrain.com/
Telephone
Toll Free: 1-888-358-JEEP
Local: 1-801-649-4240
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When you think of Jeeps, you think off roading – right? Most do, but this tough dependable monster dirt, rock and mud-eating machine is many people’s daily driver too. And for some, their jeep never hits a trail other than a concrete one known as the highways and byways of concrete terrain. Jeep fanatics first image of Jeeps are of rock climbs, mud blogs, and all those other obstacles calling their name, not so much of imagining a businessperson in suite and tie or a soccer mom with a load of little soccer champs headed for pizza. Okay, don’t get me wrong, there is absolutely nothing wrong with owning a Jeep and never hitting a single trail in it (maybe a little sad though because they are missing out on a ton of fun).

However, to get to my main point here – no matter what you use your Jeep for – be it off roading or hitting the concrete trails to work, there comes a time when things need replacing, be it jeep top, to more automotive needs. XtremeTerrain doesn’t just cater to the Jeep off roaders, the extreme terrain lovers; but also to those of you who own Jeeps just because you like them even if you never hit a single dirt clod in its entire life. I just wanted to make that clear that XtremeTerrain does not discriminate against how one uses their Jeep and are happy to help you find what you are looking for as well.

Every day we help Jeep Enthusiasts across the United States find the Jeep Parts and Accessories they need. With a selection of over 10,000 and climbing Jeep products, you are sure to find just the item you are looking for.
XtremeTerrain
1192 East Draper Parkway
Suite 302
Draper, UT. 84020
URL: http://www.xtremeterrain.com/
Telephone
Toll Free: 1-888-358-JEEP
Local: 1-801-649-4240
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WASATCH OUTLAWS

DawnMarie, one of our great fans on our XtremeTerrain Facebook FanPage a turned me on to the Wasatch Outlaw Wheelers. Although I was not able to find out a whole lot about the club itself, it does have an upcoming event in August I wanted to make sure to share with everyone in case you are in the area and want to get involved in this group of four-wheelers.

The Wasatch Outlaw Wheelers are a family oriented four-wheeling club based out of Ogden Utah. They meet the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00P at the Ogden Airport – 3909 Airport Road, Ogden Utah.

The Wasatch Outlaw Wheelers will be participating in the TAKE BACK UTAH RALLY on August 28, 2010. The Staging starts at 6:00AM at Liberty Park, (1100 S. 600 E. Salt Lake City Utah), Parade at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM and the Rally at the Capitol starts at 12:30 PM. They encourage all who can to attend and help protect Off Roader’s rights to use public lands.

Every day we help Jeep Enthusiasts across the United States find the Jeep Parts and Accessories they need. With a selection of over 10,000 and climbing Jeep products, you are sure to find just the item you are looking for.
XtremeTerrain
1192 East Draper Parkway
Suite 302
Draper, UT. 84020
URL: http://www.xtremeterrain.com/
Telephone
Toll Free: 1-888-358-JEEP
Local: 1-801-649-4240
Email
service@XtremeTerrain.com
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