2017 SEMA Baja Designs Jeep JK Wrangler Crew Cab Pickup Truck

wayoflife

Administrator
Staff member
Because none of you have ever seen a Jeep JK Wrangler crew cab pickup before, here's the CRC truck that Baja Designs had on display in their 2017 SEMA booth.

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vgullotta

New member
Those tires look awfully close to those fenders. I thin it needs a lift to handle the weight of all that stuff in the back. Cool idea though.
 

JK_Dave

New member
It's interesting that they kept it on coils and shocks instead of going coilovers. Seems like they were going for a chase truck theme, but cheaped out on suspension and threw on a unnecessary RTT. And what's with the uptravel in the rear?

Other than that, nice truck.
 

Irish JK

Caught the Bug
It's interesting that they kept it on coils and shocks instead of going coilovers. Seems like they were going for a chase truck theme, but cheaped out on suspension and threw on a unnecessary RTT. And what's with the uptravel in the rear?

Other than that, nice truck.

I don't think I'd ever call coils with a purpose built shock "cheaping out".

That's probably over a $150k truck and the owner drives 4400 and trophy trucks. Pretty sure he knows how to set up suspension for himself.


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TrailHunter

Hooked
I just fell in love with this Jeep... This is the perfect family camping/wheeling setup. (For me, Minus the roof tent) Is he running a stock 3.6? Man I want this!
 
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