MALVERN, Pa. (June 1st, 2017) – ExtremeTerrain is excited to give away two brand new 2018 JL Wranglers that have been modified from bumper to bumper in typical XT fashion. One lucky winner will be given the keys to two JL Wranglers, one 4-door model and one 2-door model, that can be shared with a friend, a significant other, or both can be held onto by the winning party.
|The first is a Deegan 38 2018 Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited in Granite Crystal Metallic with a 2.5” lift, 35” tires on 17” wheels, Custom Matte Black Deegan 38 Decals, rock sliders, rear bumper with tire carrier, flat fenders, and grill. We will also re-gear both JL’s with 4.56 gears front and rear to ensure it can perform wherever you want to take it.||The second Wrangler is a Barricade 2018 Rubicon 2 door in custom orange hue powered by the new 3.0 Eco Diesel featuring 2.5” lift, 35” tires on 17” Mammoth wheels, Barricade rock sliders, stubby front bumper, 9,500LB winch, rear bumper with tire carrier and flat fenders. Both Wranglers will have enough lighting support from Raxiom to light up the darkest trail or mall parking lot in town!|
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