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Thread: Expedition overland going the PCOR route with their JT

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    Take off the headache rack and I would rock it!! I agree, it looks way better on a 4 door. It still looks like a Gladiator and not a chopped up JL
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    Expedition overland going the PCOR route with their JT

    It does look good. I say Tony wanted a toy and Dynatrac built him one. Now it it s time for Jim to build himself actual JT badassery


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    BAM, there it is!

    Oh Dynatrac, are you seeing this thread?


    Edit: For the life of me, I still can't see any reason whatsoever for them to basically destroy a Gladiator when this XO version is such a good looking build. Damn, picture this thing on 40's with a Hellcat motor.
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    Yeah I gotta say this doesn’t look bad at all.


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    It will be great to see what they do with it. They’ve always done a nice job showcasing their expeditions in their videos.


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    I like this! Well and having Montana in the background just adds to the pic!
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    I have to agree. Just out of curiosity, does anyone know why Dynatrac got rid of the rear doors on Codex and made it like an extended cab?


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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAHqrkHcxlU

    I could run that setup without the canopy forever...

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    Quote Originally Posted by longarmwj View Post
    Take off the headache rack and I would rock it!! I agree, it looks way better on a 4 door. It still looks like a Gladiator and not a chopped up JL
    Look at the Fifty - Ten bed they just released. I like it a bit better than the PCOR

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