What’s a better birthday present than modifying your father’s Jeep? Nothing according to the crew at Jeep Rehab.

Jack’s father owns a 2006 Jeep Wrangler Sport with less than 31,000 miles. Even as clean as the little, red Wrangler is, it needed some modifications to make it special.

The Wrangler had a 2″ budget lift when it came from the dealership. The budget lift made the ride uncomfortable. To smooth out the ride, Jack installed Pro Comp Pro Runner shocks that were the correct size for the lift. Adjustable front and rear track bars were installed to help center the axle along with an anti-sway bar in the rear with extended links. The breather tubes for the axle were also lengthened.

A Smittybilt XRC bumper with SRC rock rails were installed to enhanced the look of the clean TJ. The fender flairs were restored back to the original black.  Explorer light brackets were placed for spotlighting and the factory fog lights replaced with Explorer fog lights.

The only thing missing was a bow to complete one of the best birthday presents a son can give.