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Thread: 2016 SEMA : HammerHead Jeep JK Wrangler

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    2016 SEMA : HammerHead Jeep JK Wrangler

    This is the first time I've heard of Hammerhead but after talking to them for a bit, I found that they make all their bumpers, sliders, fenders, armor and even tube doors here in Mississippi and the quality of them looked pretty good. The front and rear fender/armor is modular and utilizes multiple mounting points for increased strength and their tube doors have some of the nicest latches I have seen.


































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    Well, I'm from Mississippi, and didn't know that. Nice build.


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    Tell you what, get rid of the weird eyeball headlights and unibrow grill, overall it is a good looking jeep. Doors do look super nice, wonder if they rattle on crappy washboard roads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speeddmn View Post
    Tell you what, get rid of the weird eyeball headlights and unibrow grill, overall it is a good looking jeep. Doors do look super nice, wonder if they rattle on crappy washboard roads?
    LOL! The doors latch nice and tight and there is no rattling on them.

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    I like the uniqueness and love that they're keeping it in the USA.
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    Those slider/steps/diving platforms though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    Those slider/steps/diving platforms though.
    yeah, I have to say they were - er, umm, quite large

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    Those slider/steps/diving platforms though.
    Yeah, idk what that's for. Looks like it belongs on the back of a Ski Nautique.


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    Are the fenders metal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldeneagle1LC View Post
    Are the fenders metal?
    Yes........


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