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    Knows a Thing or Two JAGS's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Nice, I'm still waiting on their frame mounted sliders though. Always loved the quarter pounder on my Jk.

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    Iím still waiting on those sliders too. I need to get down to their shop and check out some builds so they can take my money. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Iím still waiting on those sliders too. I need to get down to their shop and check out some builds so they can take my money. Lol.
    Sure we will see them sooner than later, just ordered up 2" Rancho, 37s soon. So slowly chipping away

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    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Sure we will see them sooner than later, just ordered up 2" Rancho, 37s soon. So slowly chipping away

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    I have decals and wheels. Hardly chipping.

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    When I called and talk to them it sounded like they didn't even know what I was talking about, surely not a priority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    I have decals and wheels. Hardly chipping.
    I need decals and wheels too lol.. hopefully the JK sells soon and it'll free up the ability to chip

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    Browsing EVOMFG.COM today and noticed these as well as a couple of other new products listed under WRANGLER JL/JLU. Zan, can you confirm that the rear lines EVO-600170 are compatible with the JL? Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubletapdaddy View Post
    Browsing EVOMFG.COM today and noticed these as well as a couple of other new products listed under WRANGLER JL/JLU. Zan, can you confirm that the rear lines EVO-600170 are compatible with the JL? Thanks in advance.

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    The JT rear calipers and the hose routing is much different than the JL. I bet those rears don't work. Once it stops raining I'll go out and look at the lines, I happen to have a JT parked beside my JL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13_gecko_rubi View Post
    The JT rear calipers and the hose routing is much different than the JL. I bet those rears don't work. Once it stops raining I'll go out and look at the lines, I happen to have a JT parked beside my JL.

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    LOL - how convenient!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    LOL - how convenient!
    So on the JL the brake line attaches to caliper from the back. On JT it attaches from the side. The JT also has much shorter factory lines looking at it and not routed same way like the JL. The body side fittings look the same but the hard line portion at the caliper itself is drastically different. Id have to see a picture of what they plan to offer but looking at the two I don't think the rear lines would work between JL and JT.

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    Thanks gecko.They did replace the "coming soon" with pictures, however that may not be reliable. The reason I asked is because they are both listed under JL upgrades, rather than JT.
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