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Wow! Well done. You got all over that thing
I'd love to take credit, but this wasn't me. I'm stuck in sunny Atlanta while Buena Vista is getting all that powder.

Still, really good work by the guy. He's got video checking out the undercarriage, driver's POV, wheel wells, etc.
 
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Great overview!! Lots of things I've never noticed before. Including the strut for the tailgait.

One thing though those quick disconnects for the fender flares will have to be replaced with something more permanent. Or the will be more stolen than Wrangler batteries.
 

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Great overview!! Lots of things I've never noticed before. Including the strut for the tailgait.

One thing though those quick disconnects for the fender flares will have to be replaced with something more permanent. Or the will be more stolen than Wrangler batteries.
I was thinking the same thing with the flares... although I have never even thought or heard of someone stealing the battery out of a wrangler.

Would hate to have to replace mine before I sell it because I said that. 😂
 

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Oh sweet. I haven't seen on the forum yet, but I'm sure I'm late to the party. I was happy see he had plenty of room upfront.
 

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Did he say the interior accents will be matched with the model trim? Orange for Badlands, blue for outer banks, etc.

If so that’s the dumbest thing ever. It should match interior colors you pick not the trim badge SMH. I hope he was inaccurate in saying that.
 

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Did he say the interior accents will be matched with the model trim? Orange for Badlands, blue for outer banks, etc.

If so that’s the dumbest thing ever. It should match interior colors you pick not the trim badge SMH. I hope he was inaccurate in saying that.
It’s been relayed several times by people at events that this is the case. I agree, I’m not a fan of this approach.
 

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It’s been relayed several times by people at events that this is the case. I agree, I’m not a fan of this approach.
So stupid and ugly. The grab handles are easy to switch out. I hope the A/C Vents are too. That is beyond dumb. Just leave them in a neutral color if we can’t pick the accent color.

I’ll have a blue car with orange accents in the inside 🤢🤮
 
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