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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade Jeepster View Post
    Thank you , Overlander JK! Just happen to come across Eddies videos and thought I would give this a try.
    From Syracuse? I grew up about 45 minutes north.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade Jeepster View Post
    Thank you , Overlander JK! Just happen to come across Eddies videos and thought I would give this a try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade Jeepster View Post
    Early February 2019 Syracuse car show, Syracuse , New York..... 2020 Gladiator Rubicon.
    First white Gladiator I’ve seen. Little to much for me. Black top it is!
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    All white gladiator is a little much I agree. Soft top of black hard top would be better
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    Overland JK, grew up and still live in Scipio Center New York. My 1st Jeep was a 79 CJ7 renegade. I was very young and foolish and drove it into the ground, Lol! Cousin this truth I currently have a very early 1987 YJ and 1957 CJ5. No extreme modifications. I am still on the fence about this JT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    All white gladiator is a little much I agree. Soft top of black hard top would be better
    I thought about it. I’m going with the color matched hard top. I’ll have the soft top to change it up a bit
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