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    That dude from Mississippi notnalc68's Avatar
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    Jeep JL Scrambler Towing Spy Shots

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    Mother of god, the truck is coming...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_JK_Houston_711 View Post
    Mother of god, the truck is coming...


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    I wasn't really interested, until I saw the towing shots. If it has a factory V8, there may be one in my future.


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    Wow wonder what the specs will be on the truck. Nice pictures thanks for sharing


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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    I wasn't really interested, until I saw the towing shots. If it has a factory V8, there may be one in my future.


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    Right! Looks awesome!


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    The JL is looking good


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    I noticed that the truck isn't squatting nearly as much with an obviously much larger trailer than that standard is with the tiny trailer.

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    I wonder if it will be rated to tow a small camper or a flat bed with a trail rig? And I am talking like 6-8k


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    Quote Originally Posted by ramrod View Post
    I wonder if it will be rated to tow a small camper or a flat bed with a trail rig? And I am talking like 6-8k


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    people have been complaining about the truck being too long. that's what is required to legally haul heavier loads than the current JKU wheel base. it will be a minimum 5K. i'll be they shoot for 6.5K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGrendel View Post
    people have been complaining about the truck being too long. that's what is required to legally haul heavier loads than the current JKU wheel base. it will be a minimum 5K. i'll be they shoot for 6.5K.
    Sounds good to me.


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