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Thread: 2012 SEMA Mopar Sand Trooper Concept 4-Door Jeep JK Wrangler

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    Nothing but a Thing Prime8's Avatar
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    Looks great! This is my favorite vehicle so far. Any idea if it will actually become a reality?
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    Man! They need to make those portal axles more affordable , they are beautiful! - Anyone know who makes that rear bumper? It looks familiar, but I can't seem to place it right now. Thanks guys!

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    What about the rear bumper? It isn't listed on the spec sheet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnside View Post
    What about the rear bumper? It isn't listed on the spec sheet.
    Looks like a poly performance bumper. Just a guess
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisB View Post
    Looks like a poly performance bumper. Just a guess
    Yep, I think you are correct. Poly Performance
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    Yes he is! Thanks, know out to the garage to make my own version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by epiccosmo View Post
    I was wondering the same thing about the headlights! Too tough to tell from the angle.

    The front axle is $12,500 and the rear is $11,000. Search "Mopar Portal Axles" and click on the allpar link. This is the best breakdown I have seen for the exact same set that seems to be on this Jeep.
    I could almost buy a new jeep with the money to buy portal axles cause you would have to install both together. Crazy! but they are beautiful
    The JW speakers aren't so cheep either running around $800 for the pair

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    This is a bad ass Jeep. I would love to own it!

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    Really digging the color

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