The Deadlance Jeep has become so much more than just a daily driver vehicle over the years. The ability to take my family anywhere we want to go, safely, and smoothly, and adventure to the most remote places we’ve wanted to go, provides a completely encompassing sense of both relaxation and freedom.

This page is a work in progress and currently is in the state of being a photo dump until I have more time to sort and organize everything.

Vehicle: 2015 Jeep Wrangler

Model: JK – 2 Door

Interior Modifications

Custom built dash bar including phone, tablet, CB, GMRS radio, and switchpod mounts

Stinger 10-inch Stereo

Rugged Ridge A Pillar toggle switch panels – both driver and passenger side

Driver and passenger seat mounted flashlights

Custom dome lighting

Custom rear window / cargo lighting

Bluetooth OBD reader

Fire extinguisher

First Aid kit

Full carpet removal

Exterior Modifications

5.13 Gears – front and rear

Custom front axle truss

Terraflex adjustible ball joints

Terraflex 1 ton drag link and tie rod

Terraflex removable sway bar links

ARB Twin Air Compressor – Engine bay mount

Terraflex 2.5 inch suspension lift

Terraflex Alpine adjustable control arms

Fox dual reservoir shocks

35 inch BFG mud terrain tires

Smittybilt Atlas rear bumper

Hardrock 4×4 front bumper

Smittybilt Winch

Custom oil catch can

Front and rear bumper cameras

Wilson Offroad 52″ lightbar

Custom A pillar light pods

Custom front bumper light pods

Custom rear bumper light pods

The Dashbar

After having tried out multiple phone mounts, I decided something had to be done differently. This square tube prevents slipping because, well… corners. It’s steel, so it’s durable. It runs the entire length of the dash, so it can handle quite a few attachments. In my Jeep, I mount a CB Radio, GMRS Radio, 2 cellphones, my iPad, and even my cigar ashtray.

Here are a few pictures of a couple of the dashbars I’ve made.

One of the major problems with the non-Rubicon edition Jeeps is that the front axle is tiny and weak. I wanted to replace it with a Dana 60, but that’s super crazy expensive. Instead, I added a truss to the front axle to help prevent it from flexing and breaking.

My family and I enjoy the freedom the Jeep offers. We love off-roading, camping, overlanding, and just being out and away.