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Thread: 2016 SEMA : Lund Starwood Bandit Jeep JK Wrangler Pickup

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Just like everyone else at the 2016 SEMA show, Lund International brought out a nice double cab Jeep JK Wrangler pickup truck. Here are a few pics of it.

    I like the color, but that rear truck bed is uninspiring. It is just a box. No style at all. Then there is that bumper.

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    I've always liked the Bandit bed...until this picture and you saying it's uninspired. Now I see "the box". Shouldn't matter much when Jeep gets the truck version out in 2019.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSyndrome View Post
    I like the color, but that rear truck bed is uninspiring. It is just a box. No style at all. Then there is that bumper.
    I looks like I made that bed! And I am not very good at making truck beds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    What is with all the pinch bolts on the drag link and rear track bar not in line?

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    Yea, and what about the crazy-steep angle of the rear track bar? They leveled out the front bar with a big-ol' drop bracket but then got to the back and said fuck it, good-nuff.

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