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    2016 JKL build

    We had a opportunity to build a long time customer a one of a kind 2DR JK
    It is now a JKL take a look

    https://www.facebook.com/jim.macdona...0731922405413/

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    very cool
    so was this a 2dr stretched or a 4dr converted to a 2dr?

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    Such an incredible build, love everything about it! It was a 2DR stretched and was my favourite JK 2 door before this build, now I like it even more
    His - NO | Hers - NO | Ours - 2014 JK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullwinkle View Post
    very cool
    so was this a 2dr stretched or a 4dr converted to a 2dr?
    It's a proper tub off frame stretch iirc from facebook posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullwinkle View Post
    very cool
    so was this a 2dr stretched or a 4dr converted to a 2dr?
    Pretty positive they used the Jeep Works LTD kit which stretches the 2dr tub 10".

    https://jeepworksltd.com/jkl-conversions/

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    Wow that's a killer rig, nice job Jim.

    Anyone else doing a bit of mental math on the rough numbers it takes to build that rig? It's some serious commitment.

 

 

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