Bracken Moeller is a volunteer with Utah County Sheriff Search and Rescue. In addition to being an EMT working on becoming a paramedic, he is a K-9 trainer with two German Sheppard dogs. After much research, Bracken settled on a JKU Jeep Wrangler Unlimited for his search and rescue vehicle saying that he could do whatever he wanted to it.
From the beginning, he knew he wanted to do a stretch in order to fit all of the rescue equipment and tools, a gurney, and a dog kennel. He purchased two wrecked JKU Wrangler Unlimited vehicles and got to work. He cut one Jeep behind the rear doors and the other Jeep in front of the rear doors. He was able to retain two rows of rear bench seats.
In addition to the modifications required to strengthen the frame and body, Bracken added a TeraFlex 3” lift Outback Overland Suspension System because of its ability to carry additional weight while maintaining a lifted height as well as providing a smooth ride. He also added a set of Falcon Series 3.3 Fast Adjust Shock Absorbers. With their 10 damping settings, Bracken can stiffen the ride for highway driving and then soften the ride for patient comfort off-road. The 6-door JKU Wrangler Unlimited rides on 35” tires.
Check out the video below to see all of the modifications to this Falcon-equipped 6-door JKU Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Search and Rescue vehicle!