Overland build

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So the build has come along nice and I will keep updating it as we continue the build. Along the way I put Nitto 37's on it but they looked way too small with the lift. The lift really sits 5.5+ not 4.5. I’m building up an all white rubicon. I have set out to build a overland/ rock capable rig. I will list what’s ordered and what’s
Arrived
Fuel shok wheels 20x9 0 OFFSET
Maxxis Tires 40x13.5RLT 10PR RAZR MT
Addictive dessert stealth bumper
Rigid midnight cubes and bar
Smitty built 12K Kevlar winch
Arb all weather stainless 63 cooler
Maxtrax boards
Roto fuel/water 1.75 gal
Yakima poler roof tent
YUKON 5.38'S
Evo 4.5 inch enforcer overlander stage 4 plus with the king shocks
Rock slide engineering power sliders
Fox factory race steering stabilizer
Factory 55 ultimate hook
AMI SHACKLES



On order
Custom made bed rack
Arb air compressor kit with tank
steering smarts heavy duty steering
possibly RIPP super charger I can't make up my mind

That’s all for now I can start posting photos of install when it takes place all of this stuff is shipping way way slower than I anticipated. If you guys have any suggestions for or things I should add let me know I’m open. I don’t have a slide system yet for the arb and I don’t know what I want to do for skid plates either.

I posted a pic of the rims with the Jeep for giggles more to come!

Lastly I’ll include a pic of my Trackhawk that’s getting built as well, it will be over 1000hp by end of next week.

Thanks
Eric



Update:

The photos of it on the car are with 37x12.5's

the rest are 40's




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Can’t wait to see the build progress! I’m going with fuel shok wheels as well but in Gunmetal and 17’s and most likely on 35’s eventually.
 

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I'm cooking up some bedside panels for my JT build that might work well for your rotopax, ARB, etc. This is my first prototype, but I'm thinking I'll make it a bit wider and then make a smaller matching panel for the front of the bed. Do you have a different plan for mounting your gear?

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How i've got my raptor setup with similar panels:
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PS Show us the trackhawk!

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Thanks for the replies I’m not sure I’ll have to talk to Brandon who runs the shop he was trying to think up a bed plan. I really like what you created so you can keep it firmly organized within the bed. Are you going to make these and sell them? But it all starts on Wednesday hopefully my rear shocks get here they are the last piece of the evo suspension I’m waiting on. The trackhawk is in the shop now the 2nd set of new wheels get here Wednesday... first ones they shipped the wrong size, but Monday I believe it will be getting its suspension and engine stuff put on I will post up tonight’s what is all on that build.
 
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So the build goes on. After some over all horrid customer service from evo mfg and being lied to we finally got a straight answer and the build goes on. I sadly forgot to take a photo of the gladiator but snapped some of the trackhawk.

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Gladiator looks sick on 37's and on 40's it's beyond that. I see you did new gears but are the axles stock? I can't imagine how they'll do spinning the 40's and if you go with the RIPP SC I think you'll need new axles for sure
 

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