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Just saw that Doug Demuro reviewed a 2021 Jeep Wrangler 392 w/ the Xtreme Rubicon package.


What caught my attention was the graphic at 10:46 marker.
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I'm not sure who this guy is or why he got so popular, but anyone that thinks that the shocks gave this rig a lift shouldn't be allowed to rate anything. Lol. He was energetic though.
 

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I'm not sure who this guy is or why he got so popular, but anyone that thinks that the shocks gave this rig a lift shouldn't be allowed to rate anything. Lol. He was energetic though.
He's one of the most thorough reviewers online and has been doing car reviews for years now. One mistake about the lift kit or just a shortcoming of knowledge in a certain area shouldn't remove his ability to review something. What most people like is his enthusiasm and energy. He has a genuine love of cars and reviews anything from cars, trucks to SUV's and anything in between.
 

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What caught my attention was the graphic at 10:46 marker.
What caught my attention was him saying that the Fox shocks added 2" of lift.

I'm not sure who this guy is or why he got so popular, but anyone that thinks that the shocks gave this rig a lift shouldn't be allowed to rate anything. Lol. He was energetic though.
Agreed.
 

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I am not a fan of Doug Demuro. I can’t stand his screechy voice, and half the time I don’t agree with his opinionated rants.

But on this video his high-pitched whine reveals perfectly his uncontrolled excitement for this Jeep.
 

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I am not a fan of Doug Demuro. I can’t stand his screechy voice, and half the time I don’t agree with his opinionated rants.

But on this video his high-pitched whine reveals perfectly his uncontrolled excitement for this Jeep.
He may have been one of the first to do reviews on YouTube, but I find him rather repulsive and don't believe he has much knowledge other than from reading brochures. I NEVER watch his reviews.
 

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And I like this review because he didn’t pretend to be an off-road expert. Some reviewers wearing polo and khakis drive a Land Rover at a walking pace over a 6 inch pile of dirt and declare it superior to any off road vehicle in history. Doug here didn’t pretend to know anything about off roading. He didn’t feel the need to show off the 392 going over rocks. People since 1941 already know it’s capable.
 
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