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Thread: 2013 SEMA White KAO Jeep JK Wrangler 4-Door

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    Old Timer Skid_Kid's Avatar
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    Whoa! I think it needs to go back to the drawing board!
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    2013 Black JKUR
    Zac Brown of the PNW

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    Resident Smartass OverlanderJK's Avatar
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    That tire carrier would break faster then the teraflex if he put a spare on it.
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    Knows a Thing or Two Spartan's Avatar
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    Covering up the grill like that is just wrong!!!!

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    Sick jeep bro!


    The hi lift on the back is just priceless.

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    That poor Jeep. Is it too early for a 'Worst in Show' nomination?
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    Knows a Thing or Two 1BAMFR's Avatar
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    I guess a lot of these guys are building them for "show" and not building them for being "trail ready"

    That shit is ugly and would do horrible on the trails.
    Lifted, Locked, 37's, and a lot of etc.

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    Dam if I was a Toyo rep...I'd be embarrassed! I'd love to see them try to flex that one out, completely street ready....lol
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    When I first saw this Jeep the spirit of Lil Jon possessed me. I was first drawn to the rims and screamed WHAT? But then then noticed the Sahara like tube steps and thought OK ...and lastly I saw the light bar which was the only part to make me say YEAH

    2013 Dune JKU Rubicon <-- Build Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
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    couldnt stop laughin.... makes we wanna puke

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