FOR SALE! 2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock All-inclusive Overland Build
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STATUS: STILL FOR SALE
This Jeep was purchased by me from new and built as an overland rig from day 1. It was never a daily driver and all 42K miles have been from overlanding style trips around North America. When not on a trip, it has been parked at my house.
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From the factory:
2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock, 1 owner, accident free, clean and clear title. Carfax can be shared to serious parties. Only outstanding item is an air bag recall which I will have replaced.
4x4 with factory optioned 4.10 gears, front and rear electronic axle lockers, and electronic front sway bar disconnect.
Alpine Sound system with subwoofer (that still to this day is the best factory system I’ve ever heard.)
Heated leather seats (have been covered from day 1 front and back)
Hard Top with insulation package
Mopar rugged floormats
Paint-matched fenders and hardtop
Hard Rock winch-ready steel front bumper
Hard Rock Powerdome hood
Hard Rock steel rock sliders
Factory 150W power inverter
Power windows and doors
Rubicon gas tank, transfer case, drive train skid plates. (owner added Rock Hard oil pan aluminum skid)
New rear brakes and rotors 7/18/19!
Front brakes have 8mm left on them.
Jeep Condition: Mechanically, this Jeep is flawless. With only 42K miles on the odo and owner-performed maintenance with oil changes (Mobil 1 full synthetic) every 5,000 miles. Fuel injector cleaner every 10K miles.
Cosmetically, this is an overland trail rig that has proven itself time and time again. This is not an Instagram garage queen. That means there are trail pinstripes on it. They are the type that when you’re 10 feet away you can’t see them, but up close you can. The front driver side bumper has some scratching on it from where I hit a deer. No damage, just some scratches and a crazy story. One of the dual exhaust pipes is slightly dented which happened during a water crossing and an underwater rock.
In the images below, I’ll call out the cosmetic issues I listed here.
Additionally, the FSO wrap will be removed from the sides.
The goal of this build was off-the-grid, long term sustainability. It was built with the purpose of powering today’s electronic devices such as cell phones, video cameras, laptops, and then other more heavy duty items such as freezers, electric chainsaws, mobile radios, water pump, etc. There are over $30,000 of additional equipment on this build. (I have the cost sheet just for parts which does not include labor or misc items such as wiring, hardware etc...)
2.5” AEV Dualsport lift installed by OK4WD in NJ.
AEV Steering stabilizer
33” Nitto Trail Grapplers 295/70/17 with approx 40% tread on them. Because of the width and wanting to keep the factory matching rims, they are running 1.5” spacers and have been since day 1.
Airlift airbags in rear, valves mounted on rear bumper, independently inflated.
K&N Air filter
WARN ZEON 10-S Platinum 10,000lb winch (synthetic line)
2 black Max Trax mounted on custom made Gobi Rack mount.
Off Road Elements limb risers with quick releases
RACKS, MOUNTS, BUMPER
Springtail Solutions Rear Driver Side rack (holds rear AGM battery)
Maximus front bumper hoop
Vector Offroad JK Dash mount bar (full width)
sPOD ram mount touch screen holder
Front and rear Grabars (grab bars)
Tera Flex Rear tailgate tire carrier (Note: with the addition of the Shrockworks bumper and carrier, this is not needed, but it’s still on the Jeep in the event someone would want to remove the Shrockworks swing out.
Complete Solar Array -
Battery Bank - This Jeep is running 3 AGM batteries.
VMAX Solar Tank 12V AGM battery with 125 amp hours, isolated with a National Luna dual battery management system and monitor. This bank is specifically designed to handle the constant charge / discharge cycles associated with solar input.
VMAX 20 amp smart charger (never really used or needed with addition of solar)
Two RAV power USB charge 6 port charge banks (12 in total, front and rear of Jeep)
sPOD Touch Screen 8 circuit control panel with bluetooth app control.
Alu-cab Gen 3 Roof Top Tent with load bars. NOTE: The old stock (crappy) base interior foam and glue has been removed and replaced with a fully sealed and painted base with a layer of Hypervent anti-condensation mat with a 4 inch folding memory foam mattress (brand new). The tent has power to it with two LED lights from the factory, two USB ports and a 12V charge port. I have added an additional Lumennoodle light string.
Mounted to the side of the RTT is an Alu-cab Shadow Awn on the drivers side. It does not need support poles but I have added three to stabilize in harsh weather.
With quick disconnect hoses with shutoff valves in the event the backseat is needed.
Krazy Beaver Shovel (red / black handle) with guard.
LIGHTING - the sPOD controls nearly all LED lights on the Jeep. The bluetooth app allows you to be in the roof top tent and activate any of the lights should you hear a noise outside. Lights are mounted to light in a 360 degree pattern around the Jeep. The sPOD is powered from the AUX Odyssey AGM battery under the hood and it allows for each of the lights to be flashed or dimmed. Every light except the front turn signals has been converted to LED to maximize power use. NOTE: Most forward facing lights will be covered with smoke lenses in photos as it is Delaware law.
40” Rigid Industries LED lightbar with combo flood / spot mounted on top front of the Gobi rack.
Two ARB Intensity 7” driving lights mounted on front bumper
Two Rigid Industries LED D2 A-pillar mounted ditch lights
Two Rigid Industries LED D2 driving lights mounted in front bumper factory fog light locations
Two Rigid Industries SRQ-2 LED lights mounted on the side of the Gobi rack (center) on driver and passenger side
Four Rigid Industries SRQ Diffused backup lights, two mounted up high on the Gobi rack (sPod controlled) and two mounted in the rear bumper that turn on / off when the Jeep is put in reverse.
LED under carriage lights
LED JK rear tailgate window light bar
Trek Armor / Bartac front and rear seat covers with molle loops. Have been on since day 1.
Miscellaneous molle storage pouches on chairs and overhead.