Featured Build: Terremoto

This week’s featured REVKIT comes from Tony Pellegrino, the owner of GenRight Off Road. Terremoto, his 2013 JKU, is the first street-legal Jeep Wrangler to finish the 4440 Unlimited Class at King of the Hammers!


Tony Pellegrino is the owner of GenRight Off Road, which was founded in 2006. While in the middle of building his YJ, Tony realized there was a void in the industry. Motivated by the need for quality parts, GenRight was born and creates some of the finest bumpers, fenders, corner guards, tire carriers, roll cages, suspension, and more.

Off-roading since the 1970s, there is no doubt Tony is serios about wheeling.

Most recently, he completed King of the Hammers race with GenRight’s flagship Jeep, Terremoto.

Terremoto, a 2013 JKU, is built with with GenRight Off Road components including aluminum armor, steel corner guards, Elite suspension featuring IBP Fox shocks and Currie 70 axles.

This beast can tackle the rough trails in Johnson Valley, CA and still take the highway home.

You may have caught Tony and Terremoto at King of the Hammers last week where they once again faced the toughest one-day off-road race in the world! Taking place in Johnson Valley, CA, this race has evolved from a small casual gathering of friends to more than 300 teams competing in front of over 35,000 fans (And another 500,000 watching online!)!

Terremoto is the first ever street legal Jeep Wrangler to finish the 4440 Unlimited Class race where Tony placed 32nd out of 99!

Congrats Tony and everyone at GenRight Off Road!

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