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

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    Anyone else think the JL 2door looks a little longer?? I hope so!!
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    I’m really surprised by the windshield still folding. Thought for sure that’d be over. A lot of those accessories are things that I’d actually want, way cool.


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    I’m interested to see the wiring setup for the roof rack lights. I assume it’s built into the hard top somehow?

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    Wow, finally we have actual pictures thanks to you Eddie and Cindy.
    Looks really nice!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    Wow, finally we have actual pictures thanks to you Eddie and Cindy.
    Looks really nice!!!!
    2x's this! Thank you guys🥃


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    I think they can be mounted both ways. If I remember correctly they had problems with their supply line and they were very hard to fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnvilRubicon View Post
    Anyone else think the JL 2door looks a little longer?? I hope so!!
    The wheel wells look bigger to me


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    From what I’ve seen of the beadlocks the bolts are pretty much out in the open. The set I saw this summer was explored to rock dash and damage.

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    She they are doing their best to run off aftermarket companies and charge 50% more im sure.

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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.
    On one of the manual documents eddie posted you could see a back up camera. Hard to tell on the wall, but could be the camera.
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