We have sold a good number of new and refurbished Jeep Wrangler cylinder heads. So we know a thing or two about this special vehicle. Unlike any other vehicle on the market, the Jeep Wrangler has constantly proved why it is incomparable to its competitors. Since its debut in 1986, the Jeep Wrangler’s iconic appearance and drive have not stopped being a fan favorite. After taking design inspiration from the Willy’s MB model used in World War II, the Jeep Wrangler has continued to adapt and enhance over 5 generations of models.
The cylinder head resurfacing process is an important aspect of maintaining the health of your vehicle engine and cylinder head. Without resurfacing, you run the risk of head gasket failure and compromise the overall quality of the cylinder head. Not only will a resurfaced head have a better finish, but it will also increase the compression ratio. In return, your cylinder head will function and look as good as new. While it is a relatively inexpensive service for a mechanic to complete, some people opt for their own DIY project. Sure it can be done, but will it be worth the overall cost, time spent, and effort?