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Thread: 2018 SEMA Rugged Ridge White JL Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited

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    2018 SEMA Rugged Ridge White JL Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited

    It's hard for me to like this white Jeep JL Wrangler over at the Omix-Ada display if only because it reminds me so much of JET Li, our JL Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited. It's a clean and simple build and something that just about anyone out there might have as well. I will say that the rocker guards did have me scratching my head a bit if only because the skins were just floating in place as opposed to being bolted to the body. I'll have to talk to them once the show officially starts.


















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    Live the spare tire mount any additional pictures of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stick View Post
    Live the spare tire mount any additional pictures of it?
    Sorry, there actually no mount. The tire is just sitting back there LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Sorry, there actually no mount. The tire is just sitting back there LOL
    Weak...not like they didn't know when SEMA was...

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    Poor stage craft.


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    It does look nice but it seems they ran out of time and could not bolt the skins to the body.


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    Looks h finished to say the least.


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    Rocker guards seem to be double sided taped. I actually think that for casual wheeling, it's not a bad option, since the rockers (if you have sliders as well) dont usually take hits, but rather, save the rig from rouge stones being tossed around by tires, and double sided tape would be more than enough to deal with that.

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    The KM3’s look good.

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    I was thinking Gorilla glue.


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