ARB Announces Their Complete Overland Package for the Wrangler

ARB Comprehensive Wrangler Kit

As the overland market continues to grow, the benchmark companies are finding new ways to best serve their customers. ARB is one of those premium brands with a reputation for quality and a broad range of products. This is all coming together with their most recent announcement, a total vehicle package for the Jeep Wrangler JL. This solution includes everything you need to properly modify your Wrangler for the backcountry—just add tires! By grouping the products together, the buyer saves money on the package deal (7.5 percent off the individual items), with additional savings on shipping. It also removes the guesswork of what products work together and how best to integrate them. Imagine the feeling of having a crate of ARB parts show up and then watching your 4WD transform all at one time! $11,046 | More Information at

ARB rear bumper


This Comprehensive Overlanding Package Includes:

● Bondi Deluxe winch bumper
● Rear bumper
● 4-door rock sliders
● 2.5-inch BP-51 high-performance suspension kit
● Aluminum mesh flat roof rack kit
● Front differential cover
● Rear differential cover
● Snorkel
● JL compressor bracket
● Twin air compressor
● Air manifold
● Roller drawer/roller floor
● Roller drawer/roller floor fitting kit
● Intensity off-road light kit

You can read our detailed overview of each of these pieces here: ARB Offers It All

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Scott is the publisher and co-founder of Expedition Portal and Overland Journal. His travels by 4WD and adventure motorcycle span all seven continents and include three circumnavigations of the globe. His polar travels include two vehicle crossings of Antarctica and the first long-axis crossing of Greenland. He lives in Prescott, Arizona