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Thread: 2017 SEMA - 1st Official Jeep JL Wrangler Pics & JL MOPAR Aftermarket Parts

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    It looks like the fold down windshield feature is a LOT easier to use. I also noticed a change in the roll-bar itself.

    And it is me or are the fenders higher?
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    The tailgate table as a stock feature seems a bit random

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    I love those bead locks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Any of you notice the color matched bead lock rings?
    Beadlock "capable" wheels. Wonder what that means exactly.

    Is it Dec yet. this really got the itch going. Thanks for posting. Will they be letting peeps get up close and personal with the displays?
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    Tire carrier looks legit


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    I assume those upper left items are colored seat covers, looks good.

    Also, what's on the right side of the tire carrier? Looks like a backup light or camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I assume those upper left items are colored seat covers, looks good.

    Also, what's on the right side of the tire carrier? Looks like a backup light or camera.
    That's what I was thinking


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    Left side of the red hood... front camera maybe?


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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    Looks good. I like the way the folding windshield looks.
    I instantly went to that in the manual. It will actually be able to be put down easily. So many folks were up in arms about losing that “feature” I was shocked they made it so much better.

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