They call her Pinky
Photos by Jewell Jenkins and Kristi Duncan
Originally Published in Issue 23 of 4Low Magazine
Cody Off (driver) and Kevin Peterson (spotter) were the first to compete in Pinky at Avalanche Ranch in 2004. Cody later competed in ARCA with Greg Crestwell and Will Agular spotting. Later, Harold Off jumped out of the Pepto Bismol colored Scrambler to compete in Pinky.
After Harold passed away Rick Jenkins went to the Offs to get the jeeps running and take them to events like Jeep Jamboree and Easter Jeep Safari to preserve the history. When offers started coming in to the Offs to purchase the rigs, they offered the rig to Rick Jenkins to keep it in the “family”.
The tub was originally narrowed and set up as a roller by Danny Grimes when he was working with JP aluminum tubs. They narrowed the tub and frame so that it could swing the big tires in competition. Harold Off bought it as a roller and completed the build.
Currently owned by the Jenkins. Rick Jenkins competed in the 2018 WERock Grand Nationals. Jewell Jenkins (age 14) plans to drive in competition with her dad, Rick, spotting in 2019.
AMC 904 transmission
Atlas transfer case 4.3:1
Teraflex front 60 with ARB
WMS 60 rear with Detroit
Navajo brakes – booster and master cylinder
Wildwood calipers and rotors
Premier power welder
Walker Evan’s wheels
Coil rear with Rancho 9000 shocks
Alcoa adjustable bump with coil front and
Rancho 9000 shocks
Currie front lower J arms
Custom upper and lower rear arms
Currie Antirock sway bars front and rear
BFGoodrich 39.5″ KX Red Labels for comp
GoodYear 42″ MTR Kevlar Yellow stripes for play
Kirkey Racing Fabrication aluminum seats
Warn M6000 winch
Aqua hot heater
Pro-comp ultra lite gushes
B&M competition shifter