While there were a lot of Broncos and a lot of pickups, it seemed—unscientifically speaking—that the most popular product on the new, larger SEMA show floor this year was by far the Jeep Wrangler. So here is a sampling of the ones we saw and figure you might like to see, too.
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Wide track? Custom extended grille? Light bar? Warn winch? Check, check, check, and check. This one looks like it would actually perform off road, too. It was parked in the all-new West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, a building crawling with 4x4s.
This Morimoto Jeep might not do as well on the Rubicon as the previous model above, but it could control the streets back in Los Angeles. And in case you were wondering, Morimoto is “the automotive lighting benchmark.”
Not only does it seat six, it has six doors, too! The Truck Hero Six Pack was just one of several innovative builds brought to SEMA by the maker of “America’s Best-Selling Truck Accessories.”
Truck Hero also sells products made by Bushwacker, maker of fender flares and other protective products for Jeeps. There are several on this Jeep here.
When you’re done plowing the north 40, you can just keep on going up into the hills with this entry from Quadratec. The company makes “Essentials for Jeep Vehicles,” and the essential here is the Quake LED lights you see up there above the windshield.
Superlift makes suspension kits and components as well as steering upgrades and even T-shirts! This Gladiator pickup has everything but the T-shirts.
Lippert doesn’t just make Jeep stuff, it services the RV, marine, automotive, commercial vehicle, and building products sectors, too. It looks like it has one of each on this show Jeep.
Chino, California-based Fabtech has been making aftermarket suspension parts for over 25 years. In addition to Jeep parts, as shown here, Fabtech makes parts for Chevy/GMC, Ford, Dodge/Ram, Nissan, and Toyota.
Dee Zee has been making truck parts since 1977 for Chrysler, Ford, GM, Honda, Nissan, Subaru, and Toyota products. This Jeep Wrangler got the full Dee Zee treatment, from the side steps to the roof rack. Note the work bench on the tailgate—handy!
APB—American Power Brakes—has been making bolt-on brake kits with forged calipers for Jeeps and other vehicles for over 40 years. This one looks like it’d stop pretty quickly.
Check out those American Forge wheels wrapped in Toyo Open Country tires. And that stereo. You would absolutely RULE the swimmin’ hole back home if you pulled up in this rig.
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