The 2017 Jeep Rubicon built by ExtremeTerrain for Brian Deegan will be at Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. The ExtremeTerrain team, from 1-5 p.m. on March 28, will have the Deegan 38 Jeep parked in the O'Reilly Auto Parts parking lot at 1026 S Main Street in Moab.
The custom Deegan 38 Jeep is outfitted with all of the Deegan 38 aftermarket products available exclusively from ExtremeTerrain.com—see how the build came together in the above video.
The Deegan 38 parts installed on the Jeep include Gibson split rear axle-back exhaust, front bumper with LED flood lights, HD skid plate for the Deegan 38 front bumper, rear bumper, rear tire carrier, HD rock sliders with LED rock lights, fender flares with LED marker lights and a grille with 10-inch LED light bar. The Jeep also features Deegan 38 Mickey Thompson Tires and Deegan 38 Signature Seats with gray trim.
Also featured on the Jeep is a Bestop Trektop Pro soft top, Bushwacker Rear Trail Armor Corners, a pair of KC HiLites 3-inch LED square flood beams, Smittybilt Gen2 X2O 12,000-pound winch with synthetic rope and wireless control, Daystar A-Pillar switch panel, KC HiLites Gravity LED Pro 7-inch headlights and a Superchips Flashpaq F5 Programmer.
Deegan worked with ExtremeTerrain to conceptualize and design the Deegan 38 product line. The parts were installed on the 2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon by the ExtremeTerrain team before the vehicle was delivered to Deegan earlier this year for his personal use.
Deegan and ExtremeTerrain are currently working together to design and produce new Deegan 38 products for the Jeep JL, according to the company. In addition, Deegan and ExtremeTerrain are currently collaborating on a new custom Jeep JL.