Doetsch Off-road shop builds of all shapes & sizes

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Looks amazing! I can't wait to bring mine in for the 5.13's in two weeks. Does that mean we get some free swag too? Although I would swap for some Doetsch Off-road swag.
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Looks amazing! I can't wait to bring mine in for the 5.13's in two weeks. Does that mean we get some free swag too? Although I would swap for some Doetsch Off-road swag.
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Current Build in progress!!
Brians Jeep JLUR in the house receiving the full BEEF package!!

We’re also introducing our new highly anticipated Jeep JL 2” 7075 Aluminum heavy duty steering kit on this build!!

Here’s a partial list of upgrades in process...

- 3.5” weld-on Adventure-X Long Arm suspension from Rock Krawler Suspension
- 2.5 Adjustable Reservoir shocks from ADS Racing Shocks
- Full front axle armor kit (truss, c-gussets and lower control arm skids) from ARTEC Industries
- A big bore hydro assist package from PSC Motorsports
- Full Artec aluminum underbody skid plate system
- 17” Polished TR Beadlock Wheels wrapped in 37” Yokohama tires
- RCV Performance Products front axle shafts
- Adams Driveshaft & Off Road front and rear 1350 driveshafts
- 4.88 gears
- CavFab front and rear bumpers with a WARN ZEON 10-S winch

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Wow!!!! That is very impressive. The axle armor is awesome..... I'm super jealous!
 

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Hey Todd, What are your opinions on the RK long arm with the 3 link rear vs a 4 link in the rear?
 

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Hey Todd, What are your opinions on the RK long arm with the 3 link rear vs a 4 link in the rear?
I’ll jump in on this. I chose the 3 link due to the lower control arm mounts. With the 3 link, the mounts are up even with the frame. As high up as possible and less likely to hit the arm. The 4 link rear has mounts that hang below the frame and look like an easy hit for a rock. My rig is gonna get wheeled and will see plenty of rocks. So, that’s why I went 3 link. As for ride, I’m thinking there probably isn’t much different between the 2 designs. Both are long arms and “has” to be better than a “short” arm setup.

Final days of the build are at hand. Should have it back soon.

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I’ll jump in on this. I chose the 3 link due to the lower control arm mounts. With the 3 link, the mounts are up even with the frame. As high up as possible and less likely to hit the arm. The 4 link rear has mounts that hang below the frame and look like an easy hit for a rock. My rig is gonna get wheeled and will see plenty of rocks. So, that’s why I went 3 link. As for ride, I’m thinking there probably isn’t much different between the 2 designs. Both are long arms and “has” to be better than a “short” arm setup.

Final days of the build are at hand. Should have it back soon.

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That's going to be one capable Jeep.
 

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From what I've seen of their other builds and Todd's personal builds on here I think you'll be okay.
I’m not worried about the shop work being done, those guys do great work. :muscle:The parts chosen for this build came from me, Todd just shook his head and said “ok”. :LOL:It’s truly a Frankenbuild. I chose parts from so many different manufacturers that I had to keep a written list. What’s nice is the fact there are so many manufacturers that make parts for the JL that I can chose what I want vs being limited.
 

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I’m not worried about the shop work being done, those guys do great work. :muscle:The parts chosen for this build came from me, Todd just shook his head and said “ok”. :LOL:It’s truly a Frankenbuild. I chose parts from so many different manufacturers that I had to keep a written list. What’s nice is the fact there are so many manufacturers that make parts for the JL that I can chose what I want vs being limited.
what rails are those?
 

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what rails are those?
Motobilt sliders. These mount to the body bolts and the body. Got lucky, Doetsch was able to remove all the bolts without breaking one. They’ve done a bunch of JL sliders and have the install requirements/bolt removal nailed down, no issues.
 

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