The Jeep Wrangler JK is highly popular.

That’s good and bad news for JK owners. The 2007-2013 Wrangler’s popularity is both a blessing and a curse because its easy for your JK to blend in with all the others on the road. Fortunately, aftermarket companies are offering an ever-growing selection of bolt-on parts and accessories to help customize Wrangler JKs.

To illustrate, we present this 2010 Wrangler JK, which was transformed from stock to nicely modified at Summit Racing’s Super Summit show. The Jeep features products from some of the top aftermarket manufacturers, including Pro Comp, Daystar, Rigid Industries, Rolling Big Power, and Bushwacker.

If you’re planning┬áto hold on┬áto your JK for a while, summer’s the perfect time to freshen things with new parts and accessories. Click on the slide show and then peruse the parts list below to get ideas for your own JK upgrade.

stock jeep wrangler JK sport
installing tire carrier on a jeep wrangler JK
installing a swing out tire carrier on a jeep wrangler JK
installing upgrades on a jeep wrangler JK
installing fender flares on a jeep wrangler JK
airaid air intake kit installed on a jeep wrangler JK
bolt-on jeep parts resting on grass
jeep underneath a pavilion at a car show
wheel sitting against a wooden fence
custom RBP wheels on a jeep wrangler JK
front quarter shot of a customized jeep wrangler JK
westin winch installed on a jeep wrangler JK
custom bumper winch on a jeep wrangler JK
custom headlight guards on a jeep wrangler JK
custom fender flares on a jeep wrangler JK
custom step bar rock sliders on a jeep wrangler JK
custom taillights on a jeep wrangler JK
custom rear tire cover on a jeep wrangler jk
custom rear bumper and tire carrier on a jeep wrangler jk
custom billet fuel door on a jeep wrangler jk
led light pod on a JK wrangler windshield frame
airaid intake kit on a jeep wrangler K
dynamax muffler on a jeep wrangler jk
jeep jk rear swing out tire carrier and custom top
jeep wrangler roll bar grab handle

Here's the before shot of the stock Wrangler Sport.

The Daystar polyurethane bumpstops, installed on either side of the bumper swing arm, will keep your tailgate damage free.

The stock flares were replaced with Bushwacker pocket-style fender flares for a more rugged look. The flares install easily using the factory mounting holes.

Again, Bushwacker made it easy to install a better set of fender flares. The pocket-style flares go on with no drilling or cutting.

Airaid's SynthaMax MXP intake kit is designed to give the Wrangler a kick in the pants. A high-flow design and ability to breathe in colder, denser air make it an easy power bolt-on.

A look at some of the parts to be installed on the Sport.

Many of the parts were installed at the Super Summit show in mid-June, proving that the upgrades could be made in an easy weekend.

A look at the completed Airaid cold air intake install.

The air intake was matched with a Dynomax Super Turbo exhaust to allow the JK's engine to breathe freely. The axle-back exhaust will keep your Jeep emissions-legal, even as its mandrel-bent design helps foster more power.

The frameless soft top from Rampage installs around the Jeep's roll bar--no frame to fuss with! There are no additional bows or hardware either. Plus, it provides improved visibility courtesy of larger windows.

The Rampage grab handles give you something to grab on to when you hit the trails.

Parts List

Rampage Frameless Soft Top
Rampage Rear Bumper
Rampage Front Bumper
Rampage Headlight Guard
Rampage Cramp Killer Sport Handles
Rampage Fuel Door
Daystar Hood Latches
Daystar Polyurethane Bump Stops
Rolling Big Power RX-3 Series Side Steps
Rolling Big Power 94R Wheels
Daystar Electrical Switch Panels
Daystar Rocker Kill Switches
T-Max Off-Road Series Winch
Bushwacker Pocket Style Fender Flares
Anzo LED Taillights
Anzo Turn Signals
Rigid D-Series Dually Spotlights
Rigid D-Series Mounting Brackets
Rigid Hood Mounts
Rigid Auxiliary Lights
Airaid Synthamax MXP Air Intake Kit
Dynomax Super Turbo Exhaust Kit

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Author: David Fuller

David Fuller is OnAllCylinders' managing editor. During his 20-year career in the auto industry, he has covered a variety of races, shows, and industry events and has authored articles for multiple magazines. He has also partnered with mainstream and trade publications on a wide range of editorial projects. In 2012, he helped establish OnAllCylinders, where he enjoys covering all facets of hot rodding and racing.