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    Eddie, was there any love for u on this build?

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    2015 SEMA Hauk Designs Rock Rat Jeep

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    Do I see a 12V Cummins peaking out of the hood?.......
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    Sorry for the link to Facebook. Sometimes working from my phone isn't efficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    I like the brass knuckle gussets used on the a-pillar of the cages...
    Get your own from Carolina Metal Masters

    Awesome looking rig and an insane amount of detailed work on it. Just sick.

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    Kenny can build unique Sema Jeeps but fails on builds for customers.

    I took my JK to Kenny Hauk @ River Raider and he built a Kenny Hauk Hack job for $80K. Took the JK to All4Fun had it checked out by several vendors including RK suspensions and they WARNED me not to drive the POS. Kenny's crew had done everything wrong and the jeep is still in Colorado being rebuilt by Northridge4x4. I will post more on this very soon so as others persons do not go the route of a Hauk Hack.

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    2015 SEMA Hauk Designs Rock Rat Jeep

    Quote Originally Posted by Bedgie1 View Post
    I took my JK to Kenny Hauk @ River Raider and he built a Kenny Hauk Hack job for $80K. Took the JK to All4Fun had it checked out by several vendors including RK suspensions and they WARNED me not to drive the POS. Kenny's crew had done everything wrong and the jeep is still in Colorado being rebuilt by Northridge4x4. I will post more on this very soon so as others persons do not go the route of a Hauk Hack.
    That doesn't surprise me one bit. They're known for subpar craftsmanship.

    Edit: unless of course it's a project he's doing for himself.

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    Yup, I wouldn't let them build a hot wheels for me.


    Sorry to hear about your issues. I'm positive Northridge will get it sorted out.
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    Their show vehicles look like they have Paul Teutul Jr working for them. Some of them look kinda cool
    but there's just something about them that seems off. Hard to explain. It's like the difference between looking at a bike done by
    Orange County Chopper and one done by Jesse James, know what I mean?

    Their prices for builds are outrageous!

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    This is his crew I guess you get what you pay for. If he is not part of the build these clowns hack away!

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