DV8 Tan Spray Kevlar Coated Gladiator Build [SEMA 2018]

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    love the leather seats - nice pattern and distressed leather.
     
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    that is sick. I love these sprayed paint jobs but I wish they would stop doing them for shows.
     
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    I want the side steps.

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    Good for a show rig. Hard to wash, impractical for real world.
     
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    Nice.
     
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    Badasss! Almost perfect build for me, I would change the wheels for Black Rhino Armory and running boards for something to go with sharp square edges of bumper and that'd be a 10 for me.
     
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    #8 Feb 12, 2020
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    This this is pretty sweet, but I don't understand the design of those steps. It looks to me like the indent is almost exactly where I would want to step...
     
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    I totally agree, that the design looks like the "step" area is off center. But it's actually placed right were your foot needs to go to step in. The seat area takes up most of the center to back of the door, so you need to step forward of that to get in.

    I own this jeep, and can vouch that the steps are great.
     
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    Nice looking rig. Does that hood interfere with dropping the windshield?
     
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    Thank you. I'm sure the hood would interfere with dropping the windshield, if I could. The light bar brackets are fixed, so there isn't really any way to drop the windshield in the current configuration.
     
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