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    Caught the Bug TripleBJK's Avatar
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    I like it but it needs 40s to scale down that bed. A diesel Jeep Wrangler pick up on 40s sounds very appealing!


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    Spotted one in Glendale, CA on 11/7IMG_0461.JPG


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    Quote Originally Posted by inlikeflinn View Post
    Spotted one in Glendale, CA on 11/7IMG_0461.JPG


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    Forgot to mention that when it took off from the light, the exhaust note sounded much deeper than my 2017 3.6. It actually sounded like a v8.


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    Quote Originally Posted by inlikeflinn View Post
    Forgot to mention that when it took off from the light, the exhaust note sounded much deeper than my 2017 3.6. It actually sounded like a v8.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGrendel View Post
    Do not play with my emotions sir.
    Lol for real!
    Quote Originally Posted by DWiggles View Post
    Why not full doors for the rear just like the front? Just dont put the mirrors on them There is no wheelwell in the way
    I agree, you'd think there would be a full door there rather than just a plain panel of the body...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWiggles View Post
    Why not full doors for the rear just like the front? Just dont put the mirrors on them There is no wheelwell in the way
    Probably because they can use the same tooling for the JL and the JT doing it this way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGrendel View Post
    Do not play with my emotions sir.
    I was actually serious regarding the exhaust sound.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Probably because they can use the same tooling for the JL and the JT doing it this way.


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    Oh for sure, But I am also confident that MSRP wont reflect those "savings"

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    Its soooo long...hopefully a shorter wheelbase will be offered..


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    It'd be nice to think you could fit 2 full size adults comfortably in the back of this thing.

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