Motobilt Dealer: Off Road Elements 2 Door Jeep JL Build

Motobilt Dealer:  Off Road Elements 2 Door Jeep JL Build
Off Road Elements is a Motobilt authorized dealer from Abington, Massachusetts. The company started in 2011 with only 2 employees and one product. Now 7 years later they have built a reputation for top notch Jeep builds. Eric the owner decided to order one of the very first 2 door Jeep JL models and he didn't waste any time building it. The first stop was to Rock Krawler suspension for a 3.5" mid arm suspension system, which allowed for some massive 40x13.50x17 Nitto Trail grapplers on 17" KMC Machete beadlocks. Eric knew he wanted to run the best winches on the market so a Warn Zeon 10-S was decided upon and what better way to mount it then a Motobilt Crusher series front bumper! While the new Motobilt Jeep JL Crusher front bumper is a recessed winch design he opted for even more protection with the bull bar. This integral part features 1.75" DOM steel tubing with cnc laser cut and bent gusseting. Besides great looks and super strong 3/4" steel d ring mounts, the Crusher series bumper allows room for those larger tires to clear when turning. A Motobilt Crusher rear bumper was also decided upon and pics will be coming soon so stay tuned. If you have any questions please email us at info@motobilt.com or call us at 334-219-2333

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