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Thread: 2016 SEMA : Boost Addicts Jeep TJ Wrangler

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1NastyTJ View Post
    Appreciate mostly the kind comments just did spikes to be different, dash is hydropdipped it's water drops pictures don't do it justice it does look terrible in pics that are posted. As for the tires it has to be the Tire Shine because wheels are 20x14's and tires are Toyos and are 37x13.5x20 so they aren't stretched
    Glad you're here, definitely a cool build.

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    Thank you loving it!!


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    Welcome to Wayalife.


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    I like this .....while i don't care for the spikes , I do like the different look done one the dash and would wager it looks wild in person where the pics make it kind of flat looking I'm thinking in person it has more depth to it ..

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    yeah if they had toned this down a bit it would have looked so much better ... the spikes are horrible ...


    I think rocks would be the quickest way to get them off ...

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    Thanks bonedaddy they have pressure sensor built in and break away once they hit pressure point . Sorry you don't like lol.


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    I like the color combo. I'd loose the 20's and the spikes right off. Always love to see a TJ build.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1NastyTJ View Post
    Thanks bonedaddy they have pressure sensor built in and break away once they hit pressure point . Sorry you don't like lol.


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    Thats fancy shit right there!


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    Just want to clarify the wheels/tires combo is for SEMA will be using Double Beadlocks for trails


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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSyndrome View Post
    I like the color combo. I'd loose the 20's and the spikes right off. Always love to see a TJ build.
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