Jeep aftermarket gurus ExtremeTerrain and armor and accessories manufacturer Barricade Off-Road tamed up to build the ultimate 2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. The result is Project Trail Force and it was unveiled at the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival in Butler, Pennsylvania.

PTF Image 12The $73,000 project was revealed four months before this year’s Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, Nevada. At that show, Project Trail Force will be given away to one lucky fan. Entries will be accepted through October 23rd when the specially-outfitted Rubicon is given away in a random drawing.

The Project Trail Force Jeep Rubicon has its factory 3.6-liter V6, but it’s been augmented wit ha centrifugal Ripp Supercharger, adding an additional 140 horsepower. A 3.5-inch lift has been added to the Jeep using Rock Krawler’s long-arm lift kit. This allowed the addition of 37-inch tires and Mammoth Boulder Wheels.

PTF Image 9A Barricade Front Bumper, rear bumper and tire carrier were added as were Barrier Fender Flares and Rock Sliders. The 2015 Wrangler Rubicon also has a full Raxiom Lighting upgrade which includes two 2.5-inch LED spotlights, two 3-inch square LED off-road lights and a 50-inch double-row LED light bar. The Project Trail Force Rubicon was also updated with KC Hilites 7-inch LED headlamps.

The interior of the 2015 Wrangler for this project was also upgraded with Rugged Ridge grab handles, All Terrain Floor Liners, and cargo and seat covers. Raxiom OE-Style Navigation with Bluetooth and a backup camera were also added on.

In all, $24,000 in aftermarket parts and accessories were added to the 2015 Wrangler Rubicon.

To enter to win the Jeep, and for more details on the Project Trail Force giveaway, visit ExtremeTerrain.com. Note that CarNewsCafe was not given any incentive to promote this contest.

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