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    2016 SEMA : MyTop XJ Transformed Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited

    Honestly, I have no clue why anyone would want to take a Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited and transform the front end of it to look like an old XJ Cherokee. I mean, not that I don't like XJ's, I just like them for being what they are. But hey, as lame as I might think this thing is, there's clearly someone who thinks it looks like the bomb.












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    Well, at least it has a seven slot grill- as opposed to some horrible aftermarket grills!


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    This is what happens when cousins hook up

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    Yet It still looks cooler than some of those over done JK's.

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    All I can really say is, interesting.


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    That just looks flat out odd.....maybe a different color.....maybe

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    That was built by a good friend of mine, Greg Henderson. He's the guy who built the FrankenBrute TJ pickup truck.
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    i was really liking this with some of the pics on instagram but with these pics with less editing maybe? idk lol but starting to not like it at all now
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I've looked into getting a pullpal, I had no idea they were that fricken big!
    Used to wheel with an old guy who would use a length of chain and drive 3 pieces of rebar through the links a foot or two apart, it's a little redneck but it works and takes up less space.

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