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    Caught the Bug Owen19's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalm View Post
    Did you try and street race it? LOL, just kidding.

    Just my opinion, but I'm really not a fan of the added slant in the A Pillar/windshield.


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    I was gonna do a pit maneuver and try to stop him so I can take more pics. But the guy was going so fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteCrystal View Post
    I'm guessing you'll hate it till you drive in it and then the only thing you'll notice is your improved gas mileage
    When I got my first wrangler, I gave up on mpg's 😛

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    Jeep JL spotted in Santa Monica

    Spotted the same JL last week in East LA on the 5 south.

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    Last edited by USAFafsocEW; 04-18-2017 at 01:47 PM.

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    Just when you think they couldn't pick worse spot for the license plate, they move it down to the bumper. Because no one ever replaces their stock rear bumper.

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    I would rather it be on the bumper. Less risk of ripping it off and if you want to relocate it you shouldn't have to plug a hole in the body. Also the wiring will be easily accessible.

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    I saw this pic too, and thought it was pretty funny. Looks like someone ran up at a red light and unzipped it to get a photo. I'm sure that's not the case, but it would be pretty funny if it was


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    It looks like the spare is mounted lower ?

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    I saw this pic too, and thought it was pretty funny. Looks like someone ran up at a red light and unzipped it to get a photo. I'm sure that's not the case, but it would be pretty funny if it was


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    When I was at All-4-Fun, one of the tour guides said he had been on McAllister Pass a few days prior when he spotted a Jeep JL out testing in the mountains. Claims he talked to the people who confirmed it would have a twin turbo two cylinder engine, as an option. I'm skeptical as to if any of this really happened, but he seemed like a genuine guy so who knows. Can't wait to see if he was right.
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