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Thread: My JL sting grey build

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    My JL sting grey build

    Ordered my jl on December 3rd. Finally arrived on March 21st. Here's day one. 20190322_111507.jpg

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    If you ever order a jl, skip the trail rail system. Pretty much useless 20190323_093046.jpg20190323_093038.jpg

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    20190323_110931.jpg20190323_110910.jpg added a mopar table. Now the rail system is completely useless.

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    Congrats on getting it home.
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    20190323_170645.jpgordered a set of American adventure lab lights. Did the fenders and cleared up a ton of room. Not extremely hard, but they look really clean. Almost like my old mce fenders.

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    20190324_101015.jpgthrew on 37" cooper tires and kmc wheels. This is with no lift. Just factory suspension.

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    Congratulations on your JL! Looking so damn good and in such a short amount of time

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    Woohoo! Bout time you got it! Looks awesome Marlo!
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    Nice! Congratulations!


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