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    2018 JL Wrangler Uncovered and Revealed

    TrailHunter over on Wayalife tipped us off about this. Looks like the JL has finally been unwrapped in this article from Trucktrend:

    http://www.trucktrend.com/future-tru...lly-uncovered/

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    2018 JL Wrangler Uncovered and Revealed

    Looks good they even made some nice lines for you to cut on the fenders


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    Last edited by Trainwreck618; 09-06-2017 at 04:39 AM.

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    I pulled a few more screenshots, from the Truck Trend article.

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    Based on the shape of the front pumpkin, looks like a 44.

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    While I am liking what I'm seeing, I must say that a lot of that is because it looks a lot like... well - a JK. Because of it, all these "leaked spy shots" are kind of becoming old news. If FCA isn't careful, I kinda feel like they're not gonna have much if any fanfare once they finally decide to unveil the JL.

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    Very cool to see these shots. I agree with Eddie on that it wont really have much hype after all since this really shows everything they have been trying to hide. I am curious about the new door handles, and hood latches. It sure does look good tho.

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    2018 JL Wrangler Uncovered and Revealed

    I seriously can't wait.... what do you guys think the odds are of being able to option a Sport with a locking rear diff like you can with the 2018 JK?

    Edit: not sport, but non Rubicon, like they are doing with the Willys and Freedom


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    Last edited by CaliforniaWheelin'; 09-06-2017 at 06:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    While I am liking what I'm seeing, I must say that a lot of that is because it looks a lot like... well - a JK. Because of it, all these "leaked spy shots" are kind of becoming old news. If FCA isn't careful, I kinda feel like they're not gonna have much if any fanfare once they finally decide to unveil the JL.
    I like what I see but it's far from being anything special. Most people wouldn't know the difference between this and a JK if they saw it driving down the road.


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    I don't want to fully judge it yet until I see everything clearly but I'm not sure the changes to the JL are enough for every JK owner to want to trade up since they do look so much alike. Does anyone else think the fender lights look like they could also be daytime running lights


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    Not sure anyone mentioned this, but that looks like a Rubi due to rock rails and front and rear bumpers.


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