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Thread: 2012 SEMA Falken Jeep JK Wrangler Flatbed

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    Wasnt the original silver jku that was the basis for this build rolled and basically totaled? If so...wow, what a turn around!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FoxC View Post
    go to offroadevolution.com. Thats their system.
    Thanks bud!

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    Eddie, it was great to see you at SEMI again. The Falken Jeep was definitely my favorite JK at the show, by far.

    There were a lot of JK's there, but nothing that really stood out for me - not like last year when when Mel's JK was displayed prominently at the front door to Central Hall, and you had your's in the stadium area. Anyway, I'm not complaining, but there was a bit too much of led light bars and gun mounts this year for my taste.

    See you next year!
    Last edited by CALIJK; 11-04-2012 at 03:11 AM.

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    Loving this!
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    really cool steering skid but I can't seem to find the exhaust

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    Quote Originally Posted by socc3rakd25 View Post
    really cool steering skid but I can't seem to find the exhaust
    i believe it has a dynomax rock crawler exhaust and it dumps before the rear axle.

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    badass

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoPo View Post
    That thing is badass. I want to turn my JKU into that!

    Hell yeah, Let's pool our money and we'll do mine first.

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    Build-up?

    Is there a build thread or place where we can see this build as it progressed, I'm currently deployed, but have plans on doing something VERY similar to my 02'TJ when I get home.

    THANKS

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    i believe it has a dynomax rock crawler exhaust and it dumps before the rear axle.
    Correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by JavaJoe View Post
    Is there a build thread or place where we can see this build as it progressed, I'm currently deployed, but have plans on doing something VERY similar to my 02'TJ when I get home.

    THANKS
    Not really. They had a 4 door that was rolled and made it into this. I do know the shop that made it thought, it is in San Diego. Chappelle's Exhuast and Kustoms.

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