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    Dual steering stabilizers are lame.. even if they are installed correctly..


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    Being that SEMA is almost here, I thought it might be fun to give this thread a bump and remind people of what we thought was hot and clearly not in 2017.

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    I love seeing the new products. It's crazy to think how people by non-functional "bling" ie...dual SS mounted that way. I've never been into flashy and would take function any day. Can't wait to see what aftermarket support is out there for the JL. Dreading Fab 4 parts though..haha

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    Cool refresher.

    Have you seen/heard anything further on that REGO REX system? I've poked around a little but really haven;t see much on it. I bet it's expensive as hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    I love seeing the new products. It's crazy to think how people by non-functional "bling" ie...dual SS mounted that way. I've never been into flashy and would take function any day. Can't wait to see what aftermarket support is out there for the JL. Dreading Fab 4 parts though..haha
    LOL!! I'm sure they and Starwood will both be out there in full force

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    Cool refresher.

    Have you seen/heard anything further on that REGO REX system? I've poked around a little but really haven;t see much on it. I bet it's expensive as hell
    Nah. I think their whole angle was to try and sell their design to a company here in the US. A real shame.

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    I’m both excited and nervous to see all the JLs at SEMA. Excited to see what kinds of new, currently unannounced products will be on display, but nervous to see how many of them get butchered by all of these custom “shops” and big ass “bro truck” wheel companies (I’m looking at you American Force, Fuel Forged, Hostile, and Specialty Forged)


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    Since EVO released an "overland" lift and a roof rack, I can safely bet on what market segment will be catered to until the average Joe can afford to start modding a JL. 😎

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    What does BDS stand for?...I've got a few ideas...
    So the honest to god answer, as I think we all assume, is that it stands for “Big Dick Suspension” I looked it up. The owners father made the name and then when the son took over he abbreviated it to make it politically friendly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RageKage View Post
    So the honest to god answer, as I think we all assume, is that it stands for “Big Dick Suspension” I looked it up. The owners father made the name and then when the son took over he abbreviated it to make it politically friendly.


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    I guess size isn’t everything.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Being that SEMA is almost here, I thought it might be fun to give this thread a bump and remind people of what we thought was hot and clearly not in 2017.
    I’m depressed I can’t get away from work this year and attend. Thanks !!
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