This 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon has every option and had 75 miles
when it was sent over to Dakota Customs to get a Demon crate engine
installed. Once the engine work was done, the Jeep was transported
to Mel Wade at Offroad Evolution to design a desert-rated
suspension for the Demon. The suspension features King Offroad 2.5
coilovers, 3.0 triple bypass and 2.0 bump stops on all four
corners, along with custom front and rear shock towers, EVO long
arm kit, four links with custom trailing arms and a 40-gallon fuel
cell from Harmon Racing Cells. It also features a custom dual
exhaust that dumps halfway through the chassis. It has a Pro Series
front bumper with a WARN 10S 10,000-pound winch and rear fascia
bumper, as well as an EVO JLU rocker step with body rock skins. The
vehicle has been upgraded with an EVO HD tire carrier and an EVO
trail rack was installed for the roof. Also features Methods Racing
17-inch beadlock wheels with color-matching beadlock rings. The
tires are BFGoodrich KM3 39x13.50. It is also equipped with
Dynatracs 60/80 bomb-proof axles with 1-ton brakes and 5.13 gear
ratio differential. The Jeep currently has 398 actual miles.
Includes complete Build Sheets from Dakota Customs as well as EVO
Manufacturing. **MAY NOT BE EMISSIONS COMPLIANT IN ALL 50 STATES**
2018 Jeep Wrangler
Exterior Color:STING GRAY
Interior Color:BLACK WITH RED STITCHING
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