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Thread: 2012 SEMA Rigid Industries Black 4-Door Jeep JK Wrangler

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    Cool 2012 SEMA Rigid Industries Black 4-Door Jeep JK Wrangler

    Here are some shots of a nicely built black Jeep JK Wrangler made for Rigid Industries...
























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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife
    Here are some shots of a nicely built black Jeep JK Wrangler made for Rigid Industries...
    Three more LED light bars and it would be perfect...

    I'm really liking the Method wheels!

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    It looks nice and clean, except for the plethora of lighting on the front end... Apparently, this vehicle doubles as a mine site lighting unit for when the power goes down.
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    2010 JKU Mountain Edition, 35" Wrangler MT/R Kevlar's, 3.5" Rock Krawler Flex System w/ Fox Shocks, 5.13 G2 gears, Spyderlock beadlocks, Coast 1310 FDS, EVO C2 kit and drag link flip kit, LoD sliders, Trektop NX.

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    Good looking rig. Gives me a solid idea of what i hope to do with mine.
    '16 JKU - very mild build.

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