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    Nothing but a Thing JKFlyer's Avatar
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    Why is rigid crap? I know more expensive but why crap? I have them all over my jeep

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    I don't care for that grill. Its does made it look like it's a jeep. That's just me.

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    Anyone else notice that Procomp didn't use their own suspension on their SEMA display?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKFlyer View Post
    Why is rigid crap? I know more expensive but why crap? I have them all over my jeep

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    By crap I meant their 'stuff'...kind of like saying I have a lot of rugged ridge crap...smittybilt crap...pro comp crap...etc. Didn't mean they were crappy products. If anything, I have the less superior LED Cube products being that mine are knockoffs. Sorry for the confusion.

    *Edit: and no i don't have a lot of Rugged Ridge, Smittybilt, Pro Comp products. I used those as examples.
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