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    Finally got a chance to watch this. It’s growing on me, but with two kids I still need a four door version. I can’t wait to see the next phase.


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    At first glance I was not a fan and still not really sold on the JT. After watching the video and seeing how much work went into this build, I can see and appreciate the handwork and fab that went into this project. They really did an amazing job. Looking forward to seeing part 3.

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    So.... Tony and company are some gifted and talented people. They took an idea and brought it to life with parts that largely didn’t exist and a time crunch that would even make Mel Wade sweat a bit. Tony’s dream build being realized is awesome. Not for everyone sure. And to be honest I’m not really into it either but, watched the video anyway cuz WAYALIFE and Dynatrac are so much more than the vehicles they feature. The hard work and grit to see this through is nothing short of amazing. Way to go guys! Congrats Tony on building YOUR dream. Super cool.

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    I can appreciate the work they’ve done, but honestly not a fan yet. IMO, OG 40 is way better and already being a proven setup in its short life.

    I am eager to see it on 40’s and the next phase.

    Thanks for putting the video together!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    So.... Tony and company are some gifted and talented people. They took an idea and brought it to life with parts that largely didn’t exist and a time crunch that would even make Mel Wade sweat a bit. Tony’s dream build being realized is awesome. Not for everyone sure. And to be honest I’m not really into it either but, watched the video anyway cuz WAYALIFE and Dynatrac are so much more than the vehicles they feature. The hard work and grit to see this through is nothing short of amazing. Way to go guys! Congrats Tony on building YOUR dream. Super cool.
    No shit. Making some custom light brackets and a fugly bumper takes more than just skill...it takes a vision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    No shit. Making some custom light brackets and fugly bumper takes more than just skill...it takes a vision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    No shit. Making some custom light brackets and a fugly bumper takes more than just skill...it takes a vision.



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    pretty cool build. i do see where everyone is saying the shortened length looks a bit weird. i think part of that has to do with the hard transition from black to tan. it makes it seem even less proportional. should have carried the black down to create a full wheel arch.

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    What bumper is that? Hopefully it’s only temporary, doesn’t fit anything about that “Jeep”




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