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Thread: 2017 SEMA Milestar Jeep JK Wrangler Gladiator

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    2017 SEMA Milestar Jeep JK Wrangler Gladiator

    Of all the Gladiator-ish Jeep JK Wranglers I've seen, this one that Milestar Tires had on display at the 2017 SEMA show had one of the truest looks to it. Not that the others aren't nice, this one just has a front clip and a rhino style grill that looks like the real deal. I literally had to do a double take just to make sure I was seeing what I was seeing. Very nice!






















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    OH my! This one really is really sweet! I wonder What do they have under the hood?
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    Turn signals are correct location and hood looks good. That's some good body work.

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    that's a good looking Jeep

    I fail to understand why so many want to delete the Jeep grill.

    not so sure about the benefit of that rear truss...

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    It's pretty sweet looking.

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    Great build! Never heard of those tires though.

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    Really nice looking but the tires look to big for how it is sitting.
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    Wow that rig cleaned up nicely. 99% sure that’s Chris Durham’s sled. Met him on the JKX. He’s the king of FAB.


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    Great looking rig. Looks like a Chris Durham Motorsports front clip and tierod/draglink.

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    That guy is tiny next to those huge tiresIMG_6143.jpg


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