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

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

    I know there's been a lot of buzz surrounding this bad ass concept JK from Mopar and, I'm happy to provide you with some hi-res pics of it. I'll try to get even more later this evening. Enjoy

























    More pics on Page 3

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    Those beadlocks are pretty sick looking. And the front bumper/stinger looks like a copy of the EVO 1/4 pounder and stinger.

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    It is the Evo stinger. There are also glimpses of the Evo tire carrier in some of those pics.

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    Looks awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hneiper View Post
    .........and the front bumper/stinger looks like a copy of the EVO 1/4 pounder and stinger.
    nope, it's an EVO mfg bumper. Mopar has a trend of owning the stuff that gets bolted onto their vehicles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hneiper View Post
    And the front bumper/stinger looks like a copy of the EVO 1/4 pounder and stinger.
    I'm pretty sure thats because it is. If you look at the next to last picture you will see a Jeep in the back ground running the evo tire carrier. Very interesting!

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    Man, I was just too slow with all the other people hoping in there before me! I have to say its a good looking Jeep and has such a wide range of products on it.

    Only thing they don't say that is on it is the type of lift.....

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    That's way cool.

    Quote Originally Posted by epiccosmo View Post
    Man, I was just too slow with all the other people hoping in there before me! I have to say its a good looking Jeep and has such a wide range of products on it.

    Only thing they don't say that is on it is the type of lift.....
    I bet there is not lift. Just the Portal Axles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robar View Post
    That's way cool.


    I bet there is not lift. Just the Portal Axles.
    Has to be some sort of lift. It's running fox shocks. Even with the portal axles and flat fenders I would think it would be hard to run 42's without something.

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    That's a really cool Concept JK, was there any info as too, or if it will be put into production?

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