I think the new wrangler 2 door rubicon is pritty sweet and I plan on picking one up in the upcomming years. But I still think I will keep mine around for the hard core stuff.... plus I dont have to worry about braking something now. But would I order my jeep with all the other electronic equipment..... well the power windows are nice, and it is is pritty easy to disconnect a harness.... big deal there right..... and I know I would not want side air bags.... but they will probley have a key switch to shut down power to things for off road... or as he said, it might automatically turn it off in low range.
Here's a pic they have posted over on the JKBoard. Not sure if it's real or Photochopped, but it gives me hope!
EDIT: Oops. Just noticed this was already posted in another thread. Oh well.
that looks a hella of alot better than any H3!!
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86 MJ Pickup W/Tilt bed
94 YJ Wrangler
04 LJ Unlimited Wrangler
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I'm with you Rush, the Jeep Gods are on target here,
And this mock-up looks mean!!!
How about all you Hummer infatuated freaks think about comparing it to an 80s Cherokee, you know the ones that people actually wheel? I've seen a lot of XJ drivers chopping their hard top and dumping the doors to improve on the trail visibility and let a little sun in. And I must admit with my CJ5 packed like a gypsy wagon to fit me, the lady and a 2yo in it for a 4-day of wheelin' the extra space makes me jealous.
I like to think of it as a return to a trail worthy Cherokee since the Grand has bloated and gone way too soccer-mom.
Besides, after my wife's done getting groceries in her new JK for a couple of years I hope to make it mine and make it as mean as this mock up with a few quick mods - just in time for me to take the wife and kidS on the trail together.
Besides, like any Jeep, its about the Driver's skill and the mods, none of us who wheel for real wheel stock.
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I am a little late on the blue four door post, but I think it would take 40's to make it look like that. At least 37's. Don't get me wrong I am currently trying to decide between the 2 and 4 door. Thanks.