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Thread: JT Wrangler Pick-Up Production Truck Bed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnyboy110 View Post
    Sweet. I'll take a 2 door x model with the diesel please.
    Unfortunately, I don't think there are plans for a 2-door version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChopperDoc View Post
    I like the look, I wonder what options if any will be available for tops
    You and me both! It'd be nice if it were offered with a soft top option but I seriously doubt that'll happen. I think removable hard top panels are about the most we can hope to see.

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    nice, gas or diesel ?

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    I would doubt there would be a 2 door as that would just make it a pickup with fancy flares...

    But the departure angle seems to be a big problem.... Massive lift and "tailgate sliders"....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ransan View Post
    nice, gas or diesel ?
    Hopefully diesel or a bigger gas motor like a HEMI. At this point and time, who's to say for sure though.

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    Im excited to see this thing uncovered and displayed! It sorta looks like its bigger than a mid sized truck and smaller than a full sized one


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    Not an extended cab

    I have neither the need nor the desire for four full doors. I would be much happier if this thing comes out with an '05 Gladiator Concept-style extended cab instead.

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    Looks very interesting. If I would build a dedicated camping rig with a roof top tent I would use it since it keeps the tent and center of gravity lower. Take the tent out and we have a pickup. Only question is what is the towing capability. The JKs are not stellar on that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Hopefully diesel or a bigger gas motor like a HEMI. At this point and time, who's to say for sure though.
    Unless Trump completely rolls back the CAFE standards for 2025 I think the prospects of a Wrangler / Hemi option are wishful thinking.

    In unrelated news, we are running 3 JLs at work so I have some idea what is in the pipeline, but obviously NDAs preclude me commenting.

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